Las Vegas, Nevada – The Las Vegas Raiders are at home as the Minnesota Vikings come to town.
The Raiders battled the Vikings in Las Vegas on Sunday afternoon, and if you’re part of Raider Nation, you likely loved virtually every second of it – outside of the poor tackling by the defense in the second half, of course.
Las Vegas looked in control from the minute they stepped onto the field. Not only did the team force back-to-back three and outs on defense, but both of their first two drives ended in the Red Zone. Although the first of the two Red Zone drives were stopped short with the field goal unit coming onto the field, starting quarterback Jarrett Stidham was able to run it in for six on the second series.
It was another one you didn’t want to miss, and if you did miss the game, make sure to get your recap of the Raiders, and Vikings showdown here.
Many Raiders played well in this duel, but some were simply on a level of their own. Those players, who watched their stock increase due to an exceptional performance on Sunday, are the Raiders we’ll zero in on and discuss.
That said, let’s see who saw their chances of moving up the depth chart or simply making the roster dramatically increase.