The Las Vegas Raiders went into Mile High Stadium and dominated the Denver Broncos behind their stellar defensive line play.
The Las Vegas Raiders went through a ton of emotions this week but still had to come to play this week coming off two straight losses, as well as doing it against a divisional rival in the Denver Broncos. After the Raiders and Broncos both scored on their opening drives, it was all Las Vegas up until the fourth quarter, and the game was already pretty much put away.
This game was dominated by two areas of the game for the Raiders, the defensive line, and the quarterback play by Derek Carr. The defensive line had five sacks against Denver and was all over Teddy Bridgewater with quarterback hits and hurries.
Solomon Thomas forced a fumble, the secondary nabbed a few interceptions, and Derek Carr finished the game with over 300 yards for the fourth game this season, finishing with 351 and adding two touchdowns and zero interceptions.
There were so many good and positive things to take away from this game after such a tumultuous start to the week but let’s take a look at three surprises that came from Week 6.