Raiders' game grades vs. Vikings: Slow start, poor play and another road loss

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Raiders' game grades vs. Vikings: Slow start, poor play and another road loss
Raiders' game grades vs. Vikings: Slow start, poor play and another road loss

Offense The Raiders gained 302 yards but 127 of those came in the fourth quarter with the game all but decided. Derek Carr threw a bad interception and was off-target on several throws. Josh Jacobs had 10 carries; Jon Gruden said falling behind early took away the running game. Darren Waller is a weapon at tight end that must be used. Defense Players said they were well-prepared for the Vikings' running game - and they still allowed 211 yards on the ground. Poor execution and players getting out of position were cited as culprits. The Raiders gave the Vikings four first downs via penalty on their first two drives. Kirk Cousins was not sacked. Special teams Rookie punter A.J. Cole had a good day

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