Raiders: 3 non-starters who should make a major impact in 2022
When it comes to the Raiders’ offense in 2022, there is a lot to like, as they have arguably the best slot wideout, outside wide receiver, and tight end in the NFL. However, there are issues along the offensive line, and that is something this coaching staff is going to have to figure out this summer.
Looking at their backfield, there is a lot to like there as well, as Josh Jacobs returns, and a healthy Kenyan Drake should display his playmaking ability once more. With new head coach Josh McDaniels taking over via New England, we knew some Patriots would make the jump with him, and one of those was running back Brandon Bolden.
Bolden and McDaniels have a history together, and there is trust there, so it would not be surprising if he was very much involved in everything the Raiders do on offense this season. Las Vegas is going to have to be versatile on offense, especially in a very tough AFC West division, and Bolden proved in New England that he can succeed within McDaniels’s offense.