5 highest-graded players for Raiders after Week 2 loss

The Raiders were blown out in Week 2, losing to the Bills 38-10. It was an ugly loss that the Raiders hope they can soon forget. However, that didn’t mean everyone struggled for the Raiders in this contest.

Here were the five highest-graded players for the Raiders in Week 2, according to Pro Football Focus:

LT Kolton Miller – 81.4
WR Davante Adams – 79.2
DE Maxx Crosby – 73.2
WR Tre Tucker – 72.3
RT Jermaine Eleuemunor – 71.1

Both offensive tackles played well for the Raiders as Miller and Eleumunor did not allow a single pressure. Their issues came in the run game as they were unable to create any type of push against the Bills.

Adams had another strong game, as he led the team in receptions, yards, and touchdowns. He did leave the game with a head injury, but it was another impressive performance by one of the league’s top receivers.

Crosby also showed out for the Raiders as he led the team in pressures and hurries. He did not record a sack, but Crosby was easily the best player on the field for the Raiders.


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Story originally appeared on Raiders Wire