Las Vegas Raiders will get the best version of Derek Carr in 2020
Raiders are loaded with offensive weapons
After dealing with injuries, and inconsistent play in terms of the wide receiver group last season, Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden made sure to revamp the group in 2020. They drafted Henry Ruggs III with their first of two first round picks, bringing in the fastest wideout in the draft class, and cementing a true WR1 at the top of the depth chart.
He will be joined by Tyrell Williams and Hunter Renfrow, two guys who had their moments in the Silver and Black last season. Williams was a touchdown machine early on, and Renfrow hit his stride late in the season, posting back-to-back 100-yard games to close out his rookie campaign.
In addition, the Raiders drafted Bryan Edwards in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft, as well as added Nelson Agholor as a free agent. There is more than enough talent at wideout this season, and the other position groups are loaded as well.
Josh Jacobs returns at running back, and is one of the best in the game, and he has talent behind him. Lynn Bowden Jr. was also selected in the third round this past April, and Jalen Richard was re-signed as a pass-catching back.
Tight end Darren Waller is one of the best in the game, and to compliment him, the team added veteran Jason Witten. He joins a position group that also includes Foster Moreau, who looked good as a rookie and will be healthy and ready to go in Year 2.