Davante Adams is going to change the Las Vegas Raiders’ offense dramatically and in more than one ways.
He will open up the entire offense for new head coach, Josh McDaniels. Adams isn’t simply the best wide receiver in the NFL and a game-changer, but he excels in one area in which the Las Vegas offense has suffered in recent years: he’s a red-zone superhero.
Check out this recent tweet by ESPN NFL analyst Field Yates:
Over the past 2 seasons, Davante Adams had 12 TD catches from the 5-yard line and in, easily the best in the NFL.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) August 8, 2022
The Packers traded the best goal-to-go WR in the league and now need a new finisher.
A.J. Dillon can be a big part of that solution. pic.twitter.com/efMegGycvr
Wow. Twelve touchdowns inside the five-yard line in the past two years? We’ve all seen the Raiders’ offense stalled deep inside the red zone and have to settle for one Daniel Carlson field goal after the other in recent seasons.
That’s going to change this season and it’s going to result in more Ws fort he Silver & Black.
In other Raiders’ links:
- Don’t remember: Raiders owner Mark Davis says he doesn’t remember a Raiders’ pursuit of Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski in 2020.
- More value: According to Forbes, the value of the Raiders has increased by 49 percent,
- ‘QB rankings: ESPN has ranked the top 10 quarterbacks in several different areas. Check out where Derek Carr ranks.