OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA – NOVEMBER 03: Hunter Renfrow #13 of the Oakland Raiders is congratulated by Derek Carr #4 and Darren Waller #83 after he caught the winning touchdown pass against the Detroit Lions at RingCentral Coliseum on November 03, 2019 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
Las Vegas Raiders receiving trio could be the best in the NFL
The Las Vegas Raiders have a three-headed monster in the passing game, and they could be the best trio in the NFL this season.
The triplets for the Las Vegas Raiders have a lot of talent, and with their new offensive-minded head coach, they will be among the best trios in the league for a long time if they stick around.
Josh McDaniels has a great opportunity to right the ship from his failure in Denver, with playmakers like Hunter Renfrow, Darren Waller, and the monster addition of Davante Adams. That should make this a very fun offense to watch every Sunday.
The presence of all three on the field healthy will keep defensive coordinators up at night scrambling to find a way to somehow contain the triplets.
Davante Adams, arguably the best WR in football, will make all the difference in letting Derek Carr off the training wheels and prime him for a huge season. The offensive line is a question mark right now for the Raiders, but getting Renfrow and Adams in space will create one on one situation for Waller on either a linebacker or safety combining down to press him at the line.
Waller is a dominant force with single coverage and with the addition of Adams will fully unleash this offense’s potential to keep up with the Chiefs, Chargers, Broncos, and not to mention Bengals, and Bills.
I believe this will be the year for the offense to transform into something it hasn’t in a long time, which is a juggernaut. The belief from the players, and the amount of will to win, will surely show when it’s go time in Week 1 right out the gate in a divisional game where they will need to click early on offense to start out strong.
The Raiders have done a tremendous job building up the roster this offseason, and they should be one of the best offenses in football in 2022. If the offensive line holds up, I do not see how any defense is going to be able to stop them for four quarters.
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