Las Vegas Raiders will get the best version of Derek Carr in 2020
Stability within the coaching staff
Throughout his career with the Raiders, Derek Carr has seen so many coaches coming and go, starting for three different head coaches and multiple offensive coordinators. In addition, he has seen most of his main targets shipped away, meaning he basically has to restart almost every season.
Luckily, there has been some kind of stability since Gruden has returned, and entering his third season in the offense, he has mastered it. In his first go-around with the Raiders, Gruden turned journeyman Rich Gannon into a Pro Bowl player, and there is no reason why Carr, a player with more talent, cannot do the same.
If Carr takes more shots downfield, and Gruden can cook up plays for all his new weapons, this offense could be explosive in 2020.
Of course, entering Year 7, the only thing that the Raiders fans care about in terms of what they get from Carr is wins. There is a legitimate backup waiting in the wings to take over as the starter of this franchise, but all signs point to a breakout year for Carr in 2020.