4 reasonable expectations for the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 6
Better focus by the entire team
The Las Vegas Raiders seemed distracted as a whole this past weekend, and that is something they cannot afford to be in a hostile environment on the road in Week 6. The offensive game plan was flawed from the start, and there were no adjustments despite once again the lack of a running game.
Kenyan Drake got two total touches in this game, Josh Jacobs led the team with only 48 yards rushing, and multiple receivers had their worst games of the season, as Edwards dropped a touchdown and a downfield pass by Carr.
Waller dropped multiple balls, and Renfrow had an off game for him, even if he led the Raiders in receiving yards in Sunday’s game.
The only offensive player who didn’t have a horrible game was Henry Ruggs III, who caught all three of his targets for 51 yards including a 29-yarder. Ruggs is turning into much more than just a decoy or downfield threat and if the rest of the playmakers continue to struggle on Sunday Ruggs will have to step up once again.