Fantasy Football outlook for the Las Vegas Raiders in 2020

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The Raiders will now call Las Vegas home, in Year 3 of Jon Gruden, Part 2 as head coach. From 4-12 in 2018 to 7-9 last year, the next step is theoretically playoff contention.

The Raiders attacked a need in the draft, making Henry Ruggs the first wide receiver off the board (12th overall) and following with two third-round pick wide receivers (Lynn Bowden, Bryan Edwards). Free agency yielded former Eagle Nelson Agholor, and tight end Jason Witten. With more weapons around him, quarterback Derek Carr is out of excuses.

Solid overall production has to yield more points for the Las Vegas Raiders in 2020. Here’s a look at their fantasy prospects, position-by-position.

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