Leonard Williams to Oakland Raiders in 2015 NFL Draft

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November 20, 2014; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (4) celebrates after running back Latavius Murray (28) scored a touchdown against the Kansas City Chiefs during the first quarter at O.co Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Makes Offense Better

The defense would be so dominant that it would make the offense better because they would get the ball back for them. Derek Carr is a smart quarterback but he’s young, so at this point in his career, he needs to see some looks a few times. For those that watch the Raiders, he usually figures it out but by the time he does, it’s too late and the game is out of reach.

But as you saw against the Kansas City Chiefs, Carr figured it out before it was too late and the Raiders got their first win this season. In his first couple of years, Peyton Manning even took longer to figure things out so the D needs to get Carr extra snaps. The golden rule is that more chances you get to do something, the better you are going to be at it.

Then a huge reason why the defense will make the offense better is because the running game will be able to take effect. The Raiders, particularly running back Latavius Murray, will get more cracks at running the ball and opposing defenses will hate it. Then of course the Raiders can get the deep ball started again off of play action as safeties cheat up.