Raiders' mile high hangover
Dennis Allen is picking up the pieces following the Raiders 37-6 defeat to the Broncos.
No doubt about it no greater is happy with the wind three start. Nobody sat out the season and he won in three at this point so. The other disappointment. -- their beer food because they know we had to do good and keep grinding keep getting better every day. With the Raiders now on their bye week coach Dennis Allen says all Raiders have much self evaluation to do including himself. I'm no different than anybody else. You know I think we all make mistakes in this business and we've got to be able learn from them. And non that's part of what this bye week is all about. Third quarters which seemed to be the biggest battle for the greatest -- they've been outscored 55 to seven in the third so far this season. If you see one play here you may not mean much but you have remote. You know come the third -- fourth quarter you know the you know three or four yard gain start to break your limits on movement up in the fourth quarter of you know -- professor. Help for the pass rush could be on the way in the form newly signed defensive then Andre Carter who says he's close to understanding. How the Raiders defense works. -- definitely have a feel for Boone Armstrong album called -- more reps with -- who -- President -- prepare for just get a feel for. I would guys -- and working do really rule -- the following week. The Raiders have two practices this week they'll take some time off before getting back to the practice field on Monday of the following week with the Raiders I'm John Henry Smith. Comcast sports net. -- become one of the more widely debated topics to emerge from Sunday's game at Denver. It's also become one of the louder questions asked from the fans. What in the world was Carson Palmer still doing in the game at quarterback for the Raiders. Late in a blowout loss to the Broncos all the way coach Dennis Allen put it he wanted to send a message that they were gonna compete. All the way to the end and really that's fine for new era new regime wants to come in and -- the knocked -- down for anybody. But in reality -- put Carson Palmer -- dangers way he took a fifteen yard roughing the passer penalty when the game was well over. Couple seconds later he took a sack where he fumbled the ball to needless hits that didn't need to happen for the Raiders franchise quarterback.