Mired in a Disastrous 1-5 season, the Raiders do not have any fun.
Do you love the game of football? Not necessarily. The Raiders do not enjoy playing the game right now. Jon Gruden and the sudden trade of Khalil Mack?
"It's not back," Carter said Monday morning on FS1's First Things First , And to me, they do not have a lot of guys that look like they're playing football. "
On Sunday morning, Just as the Raiders were taking to the Seahawks in London, Fox Sports' Jay Glazer reported that first-round picks Amari Cooper and Karl Joseph were being shopped by Oakland. Carter tied in his previous comments with Cooper. "
" Amari Cooper, he's a kid I know really, really well and I heard this week that Oakland might as well give up on him and he's available to be traded, "Carter said. He's a gentleman, he's a guy, he's a guy, he's a guy, he's a guy, he's a guy, he's a guy I have not heard of the kid, but I have not read the reason why, but I do not know the reason, Went to Alabama where it was not easy I never saw it on Amari Cooper's face the way I come in the first part of the season and what I saw there yesterday in London. "
" We can keep making excuses, but Khalil Mack is gone. "And he's not coming back. ̵1; @criscarter80 on the Raiders pic.twitter.com/syDKljKQLp
– First Things First (@FTFonFS1) October 15, 2018
As Scott Bair wrote Sunday evening following the Raiders' 27-3 loss to Seattle, the players were brutally honest about their performance. Rookie defensive end Arden Key eluded the Raiders needing to increase their passion.
"We came here and got our ass whooped," Key said. "There's no way around it. We got our ass whistle to the last one. [after the bye] week and continue to come out with fire. "
So maybe Carter is on to something.
After traveling back from London on Monday, the Raiders enter their bye week. When they put the pads back on, the Colts and the 49ers in two winnable games. Carter and Key wants to see.