5 highest-graded player for Raiders in Week 7 loss to Bears

The Raiders are coming off their worst loss of the season after being blown out by the Bears. Chicago was without their starting quarterback and still managed to score 30 points against Las Vegas.

Sitting at 3-4, the Raiders are already falling behind in the Wild Card hunt. But the biggest concern is their offense, which has yet to score 20 points in a single game this season.

The good news is that they did get some encouraging performances from several young players on Sunday, including No. 7 overall pick Tyree Wilson. Here are the five highest-graded players for the Raiders coming out of Week 7, according to Pro Football Focus:

EDGE Tyree Wilson – 82.9
DT John Jenkins – 78.1
LT Kolton Miller – 77.4
LB Luke Masterson – 75.9
LG Dylan Parham – 73.5

Wilson got his first NFL sack on Sunday, bringing down Nathan Peterman right before halftime on a Hail Mary. He was the team’s highest-graded player of the week, which is a very good sign.

Jenkins has been one of the surprises of the year for Las Vegas, giving the Raiders a stout presence in the middle of their defense. The Raiders gave up a ton of rushing yards on Sunday, but it wasn’t due to Wilson or Jenkins.


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Story originally appeared on Raiders Wire