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Trent Brown claims Raiders’ offense will be ‘scary’

Trent Brown, Raiders

Despite a relocation to Sin City in a very strange offseason, Las Vegas Raiders offensive tackle Trent Brown still believes in the AFC West franchise ahead of the 2020 — especially the team’s offense. According to Brown, the Raiders’ offense will be more than formidable this time around as Las Vegas did manage to add some key pieces along the way over the course the last few years.

“Even with the additions last year, me being one of them, you can look at those guys and trust the (Raiders) organization,” Brown recently told Anthony Galaviz of the Fresno Bee. “To put the right players in place for us to win some games and win championships. With Henry Ruggs, and we still got one of the best backs in the league and we got the best offensive line in the league. I mean, it’s about to be scary. I’m excited. I definitely think it’s going to be special times in silver and black for years to come.”

In 2019, the Raiders had three first round NFL Draft picks, one of which turned into starting running back Josh Jacobs.

In 2020, the Raiders possessed another two picks in the first round en route to most notably selecting former Clemson Tigers wide receiver Henry Ruggs III at No. 12 overall.

Even though the Raiders would use three of those five picks on defensive players, the two players that play offensive positions will be able to help.

They can make a difference for the Raiders right off the bat, which surely has Brown and company excited for 2020.