The Las Vegas Raiders struggled mightily on the offensive side of the ball in Week 5, and here, we hand out the grades for the loss.
This is a tough article to write Raider Nation. In a week full of blunders and surprisingly horrific play from both sides of the ball, the one sparkling undefeated run has now turned into a losing streak for the Las Vegas Raiders, who head to Denver for an AFC West battle in Week 6.
After starting the season 3-0, the Silver and Black are now in the process of trying to snap a two-game losing streak. That is a story for another day, this article is about the Raiders offense and how they performed on Sunday, which was the kind of game you watch with your hands over your eyes.
Losing 20-9 to a Chicago Bears quarterback who is a struggling rookie, while also allowing over 140 yards rushing to a combination of backup running backs is not a good look. The offense fared no better for the Raiders as they only put up one touchdown and under 270 total yards.
I will now grade how this offense fared in the embarrassing Week 5 loss at home to the Bears.