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Up until a couple weeks ago Lee Smith Jersey , the Raiders didn’t have a starting running back. Since then they added Isaiah Crowell who has some 51 NFL starts under his belt and who averaged 4.8 yards per carry for...\"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Raiders StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Raiders NewsYahoo Raiders Team PageYahoo Raiders ReportYahoo Raiders Depth ChartYahoo Raiders TransactionsYahoo Raiders PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁昍aiders Draft 2019Raider draft radar 2019: Running backsNew,73commentsPDTShareTweetShareShareRaider draft radar 2019: Running backsJay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY SportsUp until a couple weeks ago, the Raiders didn’t have a starting running back. Since then they added Isaiah Crowell who has some 51 NFL starts under his belt and who averaged 4.8 yards per carry for the Jets last season. He may be able to be the starter in Oakland, but as Mike Mayock noted, Crowell is on a one-year “prove-it” deal, so he is not considered the long term answer at this time.Crowell should be a valuable addition, but even with his starting experience, he has never been considered a true every-down workhorse back. The team has Jalen Richard, but Jon Gruden likes him mostly as a receiver out of the backfield as opposed to part of a two-headed monster.The answer could be in this draft. These guys best fit the bill.David Montgomery, Iowa St – Round 2-3Height: 5-10, Weight: 222 There is no running back in this class who has a more impressive skillset top to bottom than David Montgomery. He has the size, speed, agility, instincts, pass blocking, and yards after contact to be an every down NFL starting running back. Not to mention, he had some breathtaking jukes that made defenders look downright ridiculous. It wasn’t a now-and-then thing either. He forced an incredible 100 missed tackles according to Pro Football Focus; best in this draft.The big question mark here is if the Raiders would take him at 35 overall and if not if they would make trades to get another second round pick or back into the third round. He is expected to go in the lower second/upper third round range and if the Raiders could find a way to get him there, they would get probably the best all-around back in this draft.Miles Sanders, Penn State – Round 3Height: 5-10, Weight: 211I wouldn’t say there is a huge drop-off from Montgomery to the next tier where Sanders resides but it doesn’t take much. The Penn State Nittany Lion has decent size with outstanding speed (4.49 40) and agility (6.89 3-cone) to go with it. He has all the traits of a back capable of carrying the load for an NFL team, with no glaring weakness that would force him to head to the sideline in certain situations, whether it be short yardage or passing downs.Elijah Holyfield, Georgia – Round 3-4Height: 5-10, Weight: 217John Gruden has said many times that he values pass blocking great deal and that’s an area in which Holyfield excels. He doesn’t have great speed (4.78 40) and yet he averaged an impressive 6.4 yards per carry for the Bulldogs last season. Where he lacks is as a receiver, but the Raiders have Jalen Richard for that.Bryce Love, Stanford – Round 5Height: 5-8, Weight: 200Any team who can afford the patience to wait for Bryce Love to recover from his torn ACL could be gettin an outstanding talent in this draft. Love suffered the injury in his final game at Stanford, upending what figured to be his heading to the NFL as a highly regarded day two selection. Now the injury could cause him to be out anywhere from part of training camp to sitting out his entire rookie season. If he did return for camp Frostee Rucker Jersey , you’d have to assume he would require some time to return to the form he showed in college that had him average 6.8 yards per carry with 30 touchdowns.Devine Ozigbo, Nebraska – Round 5-6Height: 6-0, Weight: 235He’s a load at 6-0, 235 pounds and yet can still move and gain separation. His senior season was a breakout one, averaging 7.0 yards per carry and putting up 12 touchdowns. He had just 26 more carries in 2018 than in 2017 and yet more than doubled his yards total and four times as many touchdowns. You always want to see the best numbers as the latest ones, though NFL teams typically want to see something that suggest steady progress to know it isn’t a fluke. He also struggles in pass protection, which could be an issue when it comes to being a 3-down back. With the potential he’s shown, he is absolutely worth a pick in the 5th or 6th round.Editor’s note: Yes, we realize the Raiders don’t currently have a selection in rounds 3 and 6. If a prospect is listed in that round it’s either with the assumption the Raiders would trade into that round or take them in the following round should they still be on the board.Follow @LeviDamienRaiders QB Derek Carr on interception in end zone vs Miami: ‘We grew from it’ Derek Carr and the Raiders offense had no problem driving the ball against a tough Dolphins defense accumulating 434 yards this past Sunday. But when the game was on the line, Carr made a crucial mistake throwing a red zone interception on a pass intended for Martavis Bryant. On first down from the Miami 13-yard-line, Carr saw the Dolphins put Xavien Howard on Bryant with no safety help and decided to take a chance. “I just saw one-on-one with Martavis (Bryant),” Carr explained after the game. “Obviously he was hot and he was doing some good things. I just gave him a chance, just like I have a hundred other times in my life.”The decision may have cost the Raiders the game and a few days later, he changed his tune. Jon Gruden felt Carr’s decision was too aggressive, and in hindsight, the Raiders quarterback struck a different tune. Now he is trying to use it as a learning experience.“We grew from it, we had a great talk about the situation and those kinds of things and our communication together,” Carr said Wednesday. “I think that, situationally, which is hard to say, just more conservative and more patient, kill some more time kind of a thing would be smarter,” Carr continued. “Every time we got down there they were playing two-high and I then I see a single-high look, that’s always been a fault of mine – being too aggressive.”Typically, a one-on-one matchup with Bryant on the outside isn’t a bad chance for Carr to take. But it was unnecessarily risky. Rather than roll the dice with a jump ball, the smarter move would have been to throw it away and live to fight another down and keep the team in scoring position. Instead it may have cost the Raiders the game. Hopefully the 5th year quarterback can still live and learn from such decisions.

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