With the NFL season at its peak, fans are losing their minds about their favorite teams. In the last match against the Bills, the Raiders lost by a huge margin of 38-10, and this might be an eye-opening moment for the Raiders.
Buffalo Bill’s strategy for Sunday’s match was the epitome of what a balanced approach should look like. When the head coach of the Buffalo Bills was asked about the overall gameplan, the veteran Sean McDermott replied, “Everything in moderation … and that’s the way we have to play. That’s how you win games, on the offensive side at least.”
While the match was a marvel for the Bills fans, it was a disaster for the Raiders. In fact, this season, this is something of a norm, and no Raiders fan is happy about it. After two matches, the Raiders managed to put just 27 points on the board. So things are looking grim at the moment. But, some believe that the season is far from over and that the team needs to come up with something new.
Change Of Plans?
When asked about the same, Mick Lombardi, the head coach for the Las Vegas Raiders, Mick said, “Over two games, it is what it is, we always look to get everybody involved. Hunter was a big part of the game plan in Week 1 and Week 2, and every player in a skill position will be in Week 3.”
When further prodded on by the journalist about how they are taking the loss, Mick said, “We’re not deterred, we’re just gonna go out there and keep going and try to get some production. And really at the end of the day, we care about team production, not individual production, so if we’re seven of eight on third down and he doesn’t have a target or Davante [Adams] doesn’t have a target, they’d much rather win the game than get the individual production.” So even after a humiliating loss against the Bills, the Raiders are still trying to keep a positive mindset and approaching their next game. Keep following our page for more sports-related content.
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