Biggest Takeaways from Oakland Raiders’ Week 14 Win

The Oakland Raiders' 15-12 victory over the Denver Broncos lead us back to old trends and into some potential tweaks in the offensive game plan going forward. 

Initially, the Raiders passing attack didn’t steal the show, but it remained a threat with underutilized weapons to seal the victory.

The Broncos defense forced the Raiders to take what was given in terms of yards and space on the field. Oakland took advantage of the slight opportunities, and then some, with effective adjustments.

Should we expect more production from infrequent contributors in the final three regular-season games? Will an injury alter the five-man combination in the trenches? Who’s due for an expanded role?

The offense excelled in late-game opportunities due to a collective defensive effort to keep the Broncos out of the end zone. Denver moved the ball effortlessly until venturing inside the 20-yard-line, missing out on three touchdown opportunities. 

Defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. also re-established an early-season identity to handicap the Broncos offense. What’s the identity of the Raiders defense? 

Let's examine the biggest storylines pertaining to the Raiders’ Week 14 win over the Broncos.

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