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In the Oakland Raiders’ Monday night loss to the Rams, former first-round pick Karl Joseph played just seven defensive snaps. That was the fewest snaps he’s played since Week 3 of 2016, his rookie year. The only reason Joseph saw the field was because former Charger Marcus Gilchrist exited with an injury. Raiders Wire editor Marcus Mosher believes Joseph is available for trade.

Take that for what it is worth. Mosher could merely just be throwing it out there as he didn’t play. That being said, Joseph would be a big help for the Chargers secondary – a secondary many believed would be a strong suit that gave up some big plays. Joseph is known to be a rangy, sure tackler, and I can tell you one thing: He’s not missing the tackle on Tyreek Hill that Jahleel Addae did, eventually leading to a touchdown.In a game that featured seven lead changes, the Broncos scored the last score to eek out the victory.

The Broncos will take the win, but barely beating a bad Seahawks team at home is not a rousing success. Especially when it took essentially two missed field goals by Sebastian Janikowski to do it.

Late in the second quarter, Janikowski lined up for a 51-yard field goal and missed it wide left. But he would get another chance because the Broncos were flagged for being offsides. He lined up for another try from 46-yards and… missed it again wide left. This sent the teams into the halftime locker room with the Broncos up 17-10.

The Seahawks were able to tie it up in the third following back-to-back turnovers by each team. First, a fumble by the Seahawks and then Case Keenum throwing an interception on the first play of the Broncos series to give the Seahawks the ball at the Denver 41.

Five plays later, the Seahawks were in the end zone on a 20-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson to Brandon Marshall to tie it up at 17-17. Early in the fourth quarter, the Seahawks added another touchdown to go up 24-20.

Keenum was able to lead the Broncos down the field on the following drive, including a 25-yard pass to rookie Courtland Sutton and a 22-yard pass to tight end Jake Butt (no pun intended) to put the Broncos in first and goal. Keenum put it in the end zone on one play to DeAnthony Thomas to give the Broncos the final lead of the day.

Keenum had an up and down day. He threw for 329 yards and three touchdowns, but he also threw three picks. This is important to note because the Raiders head to Denver this week to face Keenum and the Broncos.

I looked at these two teams from every angle I could find to break the tie, and I couldn’t see a separating factor. The Chargers have the best quarterback in the division in Philip Rivers, but Derek Carr is next in line for the Raiders. At tackle, the two teams are at opposite ends of the spectrum, with the Chargers duo of Russell Okung and Joe Barksdale bookending a group that gave up the fewest sacks in the league last year (18). The former Raider Barksdale didn’t give up a sack at all. Meanwhile, the Raiders tackle situation is the most suspect in the division with rookie Kolton Miller handed the responsibility at left tackle and Donald Penn switching sides for the first time in his long career. Where the Raiders make up some ground is with their elite interior line trio of Kelechi Osemele, Rodney Hudson, and Gabe Jackson. Both offenses also benefit from having offensive-minded head coaches.

This is a no-doubter. Every part of the Raiders defensive unit is suspect. There was one part that was elite. That was the pass rush. But with the removal of Khalil Mack, that pass rush threat went from rivaling the Chargers and Broncos to the worst in the division. They don’t have a single position on the defense that is the best in the division. The linebackers feature a 35-year-old castoff and a journeyman backup, but Tahir Whitehead could be right. They appear to have upgraded the cornerbacks with Gareon Conley and Rashaan Melvin as the starters but will be without third corner Daryl Worley for the first four games. And it’s possible the two interior defensive linemen PJ Hall and Maurice Hurst could produce early on. Hard to count on rookies to make the difference right away though.

This team is bipolar. They have some great talent on the offense along with an offensive-minded head coach in Jon Gruden. Though the tackle situation threatens to be a significant issue and the wide receiver corps is not nearly as deep or talented as it seemed back in May. But overall, a functional unit returning most starters. Then they have a defense that could end up having just one position with a returning starter — Justin Ellis. Bruce Irvin also returns, having switched to defensive end from outside linebacker. And he will now be without his All-World pass-rushing partner, Khalil Mack. The two of them were just about all the defense had to go for it the past couple of years. Now there are just serious questions. Bringing in Paul Guenther as the defensive coordinator will help, but he’s only going to be as good as the personnel he has to work with. And that isn’t a whole lot.

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