Las Vegas Raiders vs. Denver Broncos: 2021 Week 6 offensive grades

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Oct 4, 2020; Paradise, Nevada, USA; Las Vegas Raiders offensive coordinator Greg Olson reacts in the second half against the Buffalo Bills at Allegiant Stadium. The Bills defeated the Raiders 30-23. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Las Vegas Raiders offense had their best performance of the season on Sunday against the Denver Broncos scoring 34 points.

The Las Vegas Raiders offense was a top-ten ranked offense last season, so coming into the year, Raider Nation had some big expectations this season. Even with the slow starts that the team has encountered this season, they have still put up at least 30 points in three of the six games they have played, including a season-high 34 on Sunday against the Broncos.

The Raiders offense scored on their first opening drive of the season, the first time in 12 games dating back to last year, and never looked back. It was a dominating effort on the offensive side of the ball, as Derek Carr had a big game, and the Silver and Black were able to do whatever they wanted throughout.

This was the best game of the season for the Raiders on many levels, not only being the biggest margin of victory so far, but the offense was clicking on all cylinders.

Let’s take a look at each offensive position group and grade their performances.

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