The Las Vegas Raiders had a disappointing start to the season, going 0-3 in their first three games.
They won two of their last three games, but couldn't find a way to win in their next matchup.
They had little room for error entering Week 8, but didn't come close to showing up.
The Raiders didn't get much help on offense from their starting running backs this year.
They were held to under 100 rushing yards in three straight games, and didn't have a single rushing touchdown.
But they've won their last two games and have a strong running game under Josh Jacobs.
He's up to a career high 5.7 yards per carry and averaged more than seven yards per carry in their last two games.
On the other side of the ball, the Raiders' defense didn't put up much resistance against the Saints.
They were lacking in protection, and the Saints' offensive line was awful.
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