Raiders offense ‘locked in’ after first couple of games

Raiders offense ‘locked in’ after first couple of games

The Oakland Raiders’ offense has been a powerful unit over the first two weeks of the season and expectations continue to rise in the Bay Area.

“I don’t think we started as fast as we wanted to these first couple of games,” offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave said, via SFGate.

“We want to get out there and play from the lead. We just want to be more consistent.

“Our goal is to score every time we touch the football. That’s our goal so we can enjoy the victory at the end of the day.”

“Everyone was locked in, no mental errors,” quarterback Derek Carr said.

“Guys are taking time before they get here to spend their time in the playbook and game plan and those things, and that’s good to see.”