There's a lot to talk about after the Las Vegas Raiders' 33-22 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. Join as we break down the good, the bad, and the ugly of the Raiders' gameplay on Sunday.

1. The Good: The entire Las Vegas Raiders' offense

The Good: The entire Las Vegas Raiders' offense

The Las Vegas Raiders racked up a total of 442 yards in their victory against the Philadelphia Eagles, another great showing for this offense.  Furthermore, Derek Carr going 31 of 33 for 323 yards and two touchdowns shows that he's playing at an elite level. Of course, that's not difficult to do when you have receivers like Foster Moreau and Bryan Edwards, who combined for receptions, 103 yards, and over ten yards a carry. They also had two touchdowns in Sunday's win, making them a deadly duo.

Speaking of deadly duos, we have to discuss the tandem that is Joshua Jacobs and Kenyan Drake—starting with Jacobs,  who had six carries for 29 yards, 4.8 yards a carry, and one touchdown. Then there was Drake, who had 14 carries for 69 yards, 4.9 yards carry, and a touchdown of his own.  Finally, several receivers helped lighten Carr's load, including  Hunter Renfrow and Zay Jones, who combined for eight receptions, 101 yards, and some of the most significant gains of the Raiders' day.

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