Las Vegas Raiders: 3 things to expect from the new-look offensive line
Kolton Miller should be a Pro Bowler
Like Leatherwood, when Kolton Miller was selected in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft by the then-Oakland Raiders, becoming Gruden’s first pick back with the franchise, it was met with some raised eyebrows. Starting at left tackle from Day 1, Miller had a tough rookie campaign, looking overmatched weekly, and was nearly viewed as a bust early on.
However, he has shed that label in a big way and goes into his fourth season as the team’s starting left tackle ready to punch his ticket to his first Pro Bowl. He has everything you look for in a franchise left tackle, and if the Raiders can finally win consistently in 2021, then the players on the roster will finally start getting some national recognition.
The Las Vegas Raiders made plenty of moves to improve the roster heading into 2021, and here are some reasons to be excited.
Despite losing a leader in Hudson, and two talented guys in Brown and Jackson, this is a group that should be solid up front in 2021. With an elite running back, and an above-average signal-caller, the Raiders should be able to move the ball, and while the faces will be new, the offensive line will be a strength for Las Vegas this season.