The Raiders have found themselves in many situations this season, from two shootouts against the best quarterback on the planet to a grimy snowball fight in nasty weather at Cleveland.
And no matter the circumstances, the offense has figured out a way to adapt.
It’s one of the main reasons the Raiders (6-4) are primed to make a playoff push with six games left.
“This is the best offense I’ve ever been a part of,” quarterback Derek Carr said. “This group is awesome. We can win in different ways. We can smash them with the run game, or if we get in a shootout, we can do it that way. We’re proving that over time.”