The offense for the Las Vegas Raiders had a different look in the first game without Jon Gruden, and the changes paid for at least the first week. New play caller Greg Olson utilized more play-action, allowing Derek Carr to hit some more big plays that had been lacking the previous two games when the offense stalled, leading the Raiders to a 34-24 win Sunday over the Denver Broncos. While the foundation of the offense is still what Gruden installed in the offseason, Olson put his own twist on it
Gruden and Raiders owner Mark Davis appear to be taking a path toward an amicable settlement rather than a punitive legal battle.
DENVER (AP) — The Las Vegas Raiders were determined not to let Jon Gruden's undoing lead to their own downfall. They delivered an emphatic 34-24 victory in Denver for longtime special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia, their interim head coach, snapping a two-game skid and propelling them into a first-place tie with the Chargers atop the AFC West. “In this business there’s always crazy things going on, especially with the Raiders,” said defensive end Maxx Crosby, who was in on all five sacks of Te