Las Vegas Raiders: winners and losers against Bengals – archyde

Well, Sunday’s loss makes it the third straight year for the Las Vegas Raiders, and to be honest, it feels a lot worse. Wednesday is turning into a full calendar month since the last Raiders win and the team hasn’t shown many signs of being able to change things.

The Las Vegas offense continues to struggle to get points on the board, and while the defenses play well, they’re not good enough or built to take on low-scoring competitions, and neither has ever been more obvious than yesterday.

the Cincinnati Bengal only had a three-point lead with 11:42 minutes to play after the Raiders scored a goal in a quick three-game touchdown drive. But the Bengal dominated the time of the property battle through that. 15 Minutes The raiders’ defense was worn out and couldn’t hold up until the end of the game. Obviously, the Las Vegas offense didn’t help their teammates much as they went 1-7 on the third down and 1-3 in the red zone, two issues that were a trend during the team’s skid.

That means the defensive is well represented among this week’s winners and there isn’t a list long enough to include all the offensive losers.

WINNER: Denzel Perryman

Denzel Perryman
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Sit back and take a look, it’s been a crazy year for Denzel Perryman.

He signed pretty deeply $ 6 million two-year contract with the Carolina Panthers in the offseason, only to seemingly fall into their favor at the end of the training camp exchanged to the raiders for a sixth round pick. Now he’s become one of the best defensive players in silver and black and that has never been more obvious than yesterday.

Perryman again led the team in tackles at age 12 that brings his Season up to 114, one behind Bobby Wagner for the championship lead. But most impressive is that his tackles are high quality tackles, not just box score stuffing stats.

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