After two games, Las Vegas Raiders They have a 1-1 record after being exposed by the Buffalo Bills in Week 2, in a game where the score was 38-10 having only 39 plays on offense, with 240 total yards, three turnovers and only 19:56 minutes of possession time (against 20:04 for the Bills), a very negative balance.
At the end of that game, the head coach, Josh McDanielsexplained that they had a lot of work to do and many lessons to learn, and in their return to practice, the ‘Black and Silver’ team has focused on just that, on changing the things they need.
“Those were things we can correct and we’ve had some good days of practice working on that. “We have all gotten on the same page, to be at the same pace,” explained Raiders quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.
The generation of the offense was very limited since they had very little of the ball and when it was in their possession they could not establish solid attacks. Already leaving what happened with Buffalo behind, their sights are now set on the Pittsburgh Steelers, whom they will face on Sunday.
“We have studied them and they have a great defense, capable of putting points on the scoreboard, it is a great challenge for us this week and we have to do our job on offense,” Garoppolo continued.
This is how the Raiders are on offense
Now, putting what happened in Buffalo behind them, the Raiders returned to practice to prepare for their home debut this season, hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers in Sunday night’s game.
“It is something extraordinary and we are looking forward to the day. Playing on a Sunday night is exciting and it will be a lot of fun to perform at home,” explained the quarterback, who will have his first game in Las Vegas with the ‘Black and Silver’ uniform.
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