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Raider Nation Debate: After the past two games are you more confident in the Raiders defensive front and pass rush?

Closed Nov 13, 2020
There's no doubting a big issue for the Las Vegas Raiders defense in 2020 has been the lack of a true pass rush. The Raiders rank 31st in th... read more
Raider Nation Debate: After the past two games are you more confident in the Raiders defensive front and pass rush?
  • Yes...we're seeing progress.
    55.36%
  • No...it's still not up to snuff.
    44.64%
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Yes...we're seeing progress.

55.36%
Getting better 
Getting better 

A bond is forming among them, the trust factor is already there . . Yes Abram is the X-factor, but I'm enjoying the play of the D-line, they are really stepping their game up front. 
A bond is forming among them, the trust factor is already there . . Yes Abram is the X-factor, but I'm enjoying the play of the D-line, they are really stepping their game up front. 

It's not where it needs to be but it's getting better. 
It's not where it needs to be but it's getting better. 

Great for Carr. 
Great for Carr. 

More pieces appear to fall into place each week since week 4 
More pieces appear to fall into place each week since week 4 

No...it's still not up to snuff.

44.64%
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Harold
Harold

@hmmharold Nov 10

They need more pieces 
They need more pieces 

I agree with Q, it's not there, yet... 
I agree with Q, it's not there, yet... 

Eddie
Eddie

@edjo Nov 11

It's showing some improvement, but they set the bar so low that they have to show much more before I give them a passing grade. 
It's showing some improvement, but they set the bar so low that they have to show much more before I give them a passing grade.