The Raiders have already made some questionable calls this season and during the Rams game.
Early in the first quarter, the Raiders failed on a fourth-and-inches conversion. Call me old school or conservative, but this should have been a field goal attempt and three points for the Raiders.
This is the NFL, not college or high school: Every point matters, and you need to take advantage of your opportunities to score.
Instead, the Raiders turned the ball over to the Rams, who drove the ball down the field and almost scored, missing a field goal.
The Raiders scored only 17 touchdowns last season and struggled to score against the Titans in Week 1. You can't get greedy and think touchdown when you struggle at scoring points.
The Raiders' decisions during the offseason are troubling as well.
Cable named Yamon Figurs the starting kick returner and, though Figurs produced some catches, cut him after Week 1. If a guy is on the roster bubble, he shouldn't be considered to start anywhere.
Mario Henderson and Jason Campbell were both named starters during the offseason but were benched in Week 2.
If you don't trust your starters to finish a game, maybe you shouldn't have named them starters in the first place.