The Offense Change The Oakland Raiders Must Make To Save The 2017 Season
The problem with the Oakland Raiders isn’t just their defense, but the defense will be helped by this alternation. The offense plays line splits that are shorter than many modern football offensive attacks: about two feet between linemen.
The Raiders must increase that to three feet – thus spreading the defense and opening holes for Marshawn Lynch. The Raiders will also benefit in the passing game via a passing pocket that is larger and takes longer to collapse.