If you're worried about the Raiders' three first-round draft picks, you probably should look away.
Ex-Oakland wide receiver Amari Cooper scored his second touchdown of the game, and his third with the Dallas Cowboys, in the third quarter of Thursday's 31-23 win over Washington. Cooper hauled in quarterback Dak Prescott's pass at the 35-yard line, and juked out the secondary to go the length of the field.
Earlier in the third quarter, Cooper followed up his first TD with a celebration that injured Philadelphia 76ers guard Markelle Fultz didn't want to see, either.
Cooper's second touchdown gave the Cowboys a 24-13 lead at the end of the first quarter, and one that further threatened the Raiders' draft position.
The Raiders' own pick, plus the two they acquired from the Chicago Bears and the Cowboys in the Khalil Mack and Cooper trades, fell in Week 11. The Bears' Week 12 win over the Detroit Lions won't help the Raiders, and neither will Cooper's big performance.
Cooper ultimately finished the game with eight receptions for 180 yards and the aforementioned touchdowns. The ex-Raider was be a big reason why the Cowboys won, and that's bad news for the Silver and Black's draft positioning.