Reasons the Las Vegas Raiders will beat the WFT in Week 13
Derek Carr vs the WFT secondary
Going into this matchup against Washington, the Raiders offense is coming off one of the better performances we have seen in quite some time. Quarterback Derek Carr is leading the NFL in passing yards, which is a solid achievement, but the three games before the win against Dallas, the offense had really sputtered.
Against the Cowboys, Carr finally started taking some shots, and DeSean Jackson was a big benefactor of that. Jackson is listed as questionable for this game, but I believe he will play and will be a big part of the offense, especially with Landon Collins, the WFT’s leading tackler from a week ago out in this one.
The Las Vegas Raiders take on the Washington Football Team in Week 13, and here are three members of the Silver and Black to keep an eye on.
Washington allows nearly 270 yards through the air per game, and if the Silver and Black attack the way they did in Week 12, Carr should find more than a few opportunities to let it rip downfield. Collins is a great player and will be a big loss for this defense, so the game plan should be to attack overtop time and time again.