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  , making the perfect split because theyve practiced 8 of their 16 training camp days so far. Since we are at the halfway point, lets take a look at some of the..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesSilver And Black Pride homepageHorizontal - WhiteSilver And Black Pridean Oakland Raiders communityFollow Silver And Black Pride online:Follow Silver And Black Pride on TwitterFollow Silver And Black Pride on FacebookLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchSilver And Black Pride main menuFanpostsFanshotsRaidersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Raiders StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Raiders NewsYahoo Raiders Team PageYahoo Raiders ReportYahoo Raiders Depth ChartYahoo Raiders TransactionsYahoo Raiders PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Standouts and sleepers on offense at halfway point of Raiders training campNew,64commentsPDTIts an off day for the Raiders, making the perfect split because theyve practiced 8 of their 16 training camp days so far. Since we are at the halfway point, lets take a look at some of the players who have shown well for themselves at each position.QuarterbackStandout: Derek CarrNot a big shocker here. He looks downright flawless thus far in camp. Rarely does he throw an errant pass. His new deep threats are enjoying when they get a step on their defender, he rewards them with the ball right on their hands. Keep in mind that there is no sacking the quarterback in camp. If there is pressure, the defender must just run by. Other times, in 7-on-7s or one-on-ones there arent any pass rushers at all. Carrs biggest test will occur when pass rushers are bearing down on him. But theres no questioning his arm talent and rapport with his new receiving corps.Sleeper: NoneNeither Mike Glennon or Nathan Peterman has jumped out. The lesser of the evils, if you will, is Glennon. Peterman has mostly looked plain terrible. Despite Grudens claim that This Nate Peterman is growing on me. Peterman has already given a woman a black eye with a pass that sailed into the stands and nearly hit me with one too (I dont move quick with my leg brace from my broken kneecap surgery) and I was not exactly standing on the field. Running backStandout: Doug Martin The veteran back looks as quick and elusive as ever and has shown some great hands as well. Rookie Josh Jacobs is the one who is supposed to have the great hands, but it can be hard to tell the difference between them at time. And not just because Jacobs is now wearing Martins number 28 from last season.Sleeper: Alec Ingold With Keith Smith out with a knee injury, Ingold has stepped up as the only fullback on the field. He has made some aggressive blocks and has even mixed it up a couple times with defenders who get frustrated with him.Wide receiverStandout: Tyrell Williams Raiders coaches have said a couple times that coming into this offseason, Williams was their target as the teams number one receiver. That was until Antonio Brown became a possibility. With Brown out with injury, Williams has looked every bit the number one receiver talent the Raiders see in him. A long strider with plenty of height and leaping ability, he makes leaping grabs look routine and he has deceptive speed to separate both with and without the ball in his hands.Sleeper(s): JJ Nelson Leon Hall Jersey , Marcell Ateman, Keelan Doss I couldnt narrow it down between these three. All of them have made a case for grabbing the final couple wide receiver roster spots. Thats what the rest of camp and preseason will work out. Theyve all put themselves in position to be chosen at this point.Tight endStandout: Darren Waller Pegged as the starter despite just a few months ago being signed off the Ravens practice squad and spending the final few games with the Raiders. As much of a proof is in the pudding skeptic as a tend to be, I must say its not hard to see why Gruden has the faith in Waller that he does. He has been impressive. Hes like a big wide receiver out there. Hes a mismatch on linebackers and even gets behind the safeties quite often. Prior to the last couple days in which he hasnt practiced with a shoulder injury, he was making a stellar catch every practice.Sleeper: Foster MoreauMostly hes a blocking tight end. But he has also shown some sneaky receiving skills as well.Just the past couple days of camp, hes had a long over-the-shoulder grab and a diving catching at the goal line. Both showed athleticism hes not supposed to possess. Good for the rookie fourth round pick in his battle with veteran Luke Willson at the position.Offensive lineStandout: Trent Brown When he stands with the other offensive lineman, he is like a head taller than them. A monster of a man, he has his way with every pass rusher or linebacker he encounters. Vontaze Burfict called him a wall who is so big he blocks his sightline so he cant even see the ball carrier. Thats a good description.Sleeper: TBD I havent noticed another offensive lineman making a case for himself to sneak onto the roster. Hopefully that will happen over the second half of camp and especially in the preseason. But I will tell you who has NOT made a case for himself and thats Brandon Parker. He gets worked on the regular by speed rushers. That was a common sight last season when the third round rookie gave up 14 sacks in 12 starts and he has yet to show strides in that area. He better get to it.See the standouts and sleepers on defenseFollow @LeviDamien SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) Jon Gruden knows he sometimes went over the top in his praise of quarterbacks in his old job as an analyst at ESPN.It seemed like any time a quarterback went to Grudens QB Camp or was picked in the draft, Gruden was always full of compliments. The praise for Kansas Citys second-year star Patrick Mahomes is on an even different level.His overall skill set is sickening. It really is, Gruden said. Hes double-jointed. He can throw the ball from any platform possible. Running to his left, fading backward. He can get out of trouble. I compliment everybody, Ive been accused of that, but this guy has off-the-chart arm talent. Skill level is unbelievable.He has a playing style that reminds me of (Brett) Favre. Hes a young Favre. I think thats why Andy Reid went and got him. He wont quit on any play. He makes a lot of plays when theres nothing there. I dont have time to talk about him anymore.Gruden now must devise a plan to slow Mahomes when his Oakland Raiders (2-9) host the Chiefs (9-2) on Sunday in what appears to be a major mismatch.Led by Mahomes 37 touchdown passes the third most ever through 11 games the Chiefs have been a nearly unstoppable force on offense. Coach Andy Reids squad ranks second in the NFL with 404 points and is on pace to become the first team since at least 1960 to average more than 7.0 yards per play.But everything hasnt been perfect for Mahomes, who committed five turnovers in Kansas Citys last game, a 54-51 loss to the Rams on Nov. 19.Every experience Doug Martin Jersey , bad or good, you have to learn from, Mahomes said. You take the positives. We had a lot of successful plays and successful things happen in that game, but you have to find ways to win them in the end.Here are some other things to watch:EBS BACK, MAYBEChiefs safety Eric Berry returned to the practice field this week for the first time since the early weeks of training camp, when he became sidelined by a heel injury. But considering Berry has not played at all since August, it is unlikely he will be available for Kansas Citys trip to Oakland.Its a great thing to see him back healthy, Reid said. This is killing him to watch. He loves to play. It tears him up not to be out there, but at the same time we have to do it smart.FAST START, SLOW FINISHOne thing the Raiders have done well this year is start games fast. Their 34 points on the opening drive rank fifth best in the NFL this season. Whats happened after that has been the problem. Oakland has the third-worst offense the rest of the game, averaging just 1.32 points per drive after that.STREAKING JONESChiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones was the AFCs defensive player of the month, another line to a resume that could land him a big contract extension this offseason. Jones has nine sacks this season, including at least one each of the past seven weeks. He had a pair of sacks against the Cardinals and the Rams prior to the bye week, and he had a season-high three tackles for loss in Los Angeles.DANGEROUS RETURNSOakland was burned last week by a poorly placed punt by rookie Johnny Townsend that led to a 70-yard touchdown return by Baltimores Cyrus Jones. Townsend, a fifth-round pick Rashaan Melvin Jersey , has struggled this year, ranking 30th out of 32 qualifying punters in net average (37.7 yards), last in gross average (43.5 yards), and last in percentage of punts downed inside the 20-yard line (18.4 percent). That could be an issue against Tyreek Hill, who leads the NFL with four punt return TDs since entering the league in 2016.We have to do a better job than we did last week, Gruden said. The one punt return weve given up, we didnt hit our landmark. We gave them a low hanging punt that gave him a two-way go, and thats hard to defend. If we do that against this guy, well have very little chance to win this game. This guy is really unique. Tyreek Hill, hes a unique skill set. You have to limit his opportunities every way you can.REUNION WEEKThe relationship between Gruden and Reid goes back decades to when they spent three years together as offensive assistants on Mike Holmgrens staff in Green Bay from 1992-94. Thats where the two really started to build the foundation of the offenses theyd eventually run for years as successful head coaches in the NFL.We were both young and we were able to learn a ton from a great head coach, Reid recalled. Jon and I spent a lot of time together, along with Steve Mariucci, we were the youngest guys on the staff. We all kind of bonded and did our thing. We did a lot of the go-fer work, which we loved. Great learning experience and great foundation to build on.
 


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