Las Vegas Raiders vs Philadelphia Eagles: 3 things we learned in Week 7
The Raiders offense is loaded with playmakers.
We all know about the Pro Bowl talents the Raiders have in quarterback Derek Carr, running back Josh Jacobs, and tight end Darren Waller, but Las Vegas was without two of them in this one. Without Jacobs after a chest injury during the game, and Waller throughout, it was Kenyan Drake and Foster Moreau who stepped up.
Moreau replaced the suddenly injured Waller and went off on National Tight End Day. Moreau ended with 60 yards on six receptions and one touchdown. Drake took over as the lead back after Jacobs left the game and built upon the good game he had last week by finishing with 69 rushing yards and a touchdown.
Even Zay Jones contributed once again with an incredible 43-yard reception after both Bryan Edwards and Henry Ruggs had pretty quiet days combining for 67 receiving yards. Hunter Renfrow was solid, collecting seven receptions for 58 yards.
It seems no matter who the Raiders put out there on offense this season at least two of them are gonna contribute in a big way.