The Las Vegas Raiders played host to the Washington Football Team in Week 13, and to say the offense was bad would be an understatement.
The Las Vegas Raiders had a chance to really turn around their season on Sunday at home, and to say that the offense struggled against their former head coach would be a severe understatement. The entire offense, outside of maybe Hunter Renfrow and Josh Jacobs struggled, and at this point, we really do not know which Raiders offense we will see from week to week.
Derek Carr was off target once again and also threw 20 passes within five yards of the line of scrimmage, the offensive line couldn’t protect Carr or open any running lanes, and Kenyan Drake was lost for the season after getting carted off the field with a broken ankle. Coming into Sunday’s game, the Washington Football Team’s defense had come in ranked 30th against the pass, but yet Carr struggled to get anything going down the field against them.
Jacobs had harsh but very truthful words in his presser after the game saying that the Raiders need to come out with more “juice” and not “coast” as much. It was definitely a missed opportunity by Carr and this offense, and it could be a death nail for this team going forward.
Let’s take a look at each position group and give out grades for the week 13 loss at home against the Washington Football Team.