For the first time this preseason, Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden trotted out with the starting unit to make a few repetitions. Both sides of the ball were dominated by silver and black .
In order to start the game, the Raiders decided to obtain what meant that Derek Carr and Co. got the first bang at the Cardinals. Last week we were lucky enough to see Clelin Ferrell and Johnathan Abram in the first round, but we did not see any of Josh Jacobs. However, Gruden revealed his potential three-down gap as to why the team put him in 24th overall. For the first three games of the match, Jacobs ran the ball two times in a row, showing his strength, his ability to make decisive cuts and make steady gains.
Jacobs finished the game The four-transmission night lasted 21
"I thought Derek looked sharp, made some great audibles," Gruden told reporters after the game. "Glennon played a very, very good game, in the second half we changed the tempo, played a couple of different pieces with Peterman, and I thought he did an excellent job moving the clock and helping us get out of here [with a win]. Overall, the quarterbacks had a peak collective performance, combining the 21-of-24 trio with 256 yards and three touchdowns, with Carr and Glennon both finishing with a perfect pass rating of 158.3, and Peterman Finishing the night with a perfect 8-of-8, this kind of post will put a smile on the face of a head coach In the latest installment of "Hard Knocks," Coach Gruden emphasized a better finish, and I'm not sure if you received a better product than what Carr, Glennon and Peterman produced on Thursday night.
In addition to the strong performances of attack, defensive coordinator Paul Guenthers unit, the H Itzeze into the State Farm Stadium and made sure that in 2019 Kyler Murray felt uncomfortable as number 1 in the bag. Three times in a row, Günther sent the house in the second quarter, with the Cardinals secured deep within their own territory, and this resulted in a security deposit from Lamarcus Joyner.
We saw a lot of defense potential from the beginning. Limit the cardinals to only 22 yards attack after three rides. We knew that linebacker Vontaze Burfict would play an important role in defending Günther, considering he spent so much time in Cincinnati, and he perfectly staged it against the Cardinals.
"We will lightning, Günther will flash. Sometimes it shows lightning and not lightning, but when you play spread teams and they spread you and lead the quarterback, you have to fill in some gaps, "Gruden explained. You must try to present some Looks different, otherwise they will roll you. I think we did a good job and we had some timely surprises.
The Silver and Black defeated the Cardinals on 33-26 and returned to Napa, California. for the last three days of the training camp, before they compete again against the Green Bay Packers in Canada.