Las Vegas Raiders starting offensive line features zero weak links

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Raiders OG Gabe Jackson (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)

The Las Vegas Raiders have their 2019 offensive line coming back for another go-around in 2020, and there are no weak links in front of Derek Carr.

The then-Oakland Raiders struggled to score points down the stretch last season, as they saw a 6-4 start to the campaign end in another losing season. During the 2020 offseason, they have done a nice job adding talent on both sides of the ball to avoid that fate once again, while also keeping some key pieces around.

Bringing back Gabe Jackson the right move

When it comes to the offensive line, the Raiders decided against cutting Gabe Jackson loose, even though he would have cost them no dead cap space if they cut him. After drafting John Simpson from Clemson in the fourth round, Las Vegas appeared to be moving on from Jackson, but keeping him around was the smart move.

With Jackson returning, and Richie Incognito signing a new two-year deal, the Raiders have their entire offensive line in tact from last season. Heading into 2020, the starting five is arguably the best unit in all of football, and that could mean a monster season from the likes of Derek Carr, Josh Jacobs, Darren Waller, and the rest of the offense.

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