Marcus Mariota doesn't play in Raiders loss leaving fans fuming at Jon Gruden
Marcus Mariota does not play in Raider's Loss and leaves fans angry with Jon Gruden, who originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest
Two things are true when it comes to the Las Vegas Raiders:
They lost a devastating 26-25 to the Miami Dolphins on a last-minute field goal
You were eliminated from the playoffs ... again.
The Raiders haven't been in the playoffs since 2016 and even then it was a quick exit.
After quarterback Derek Carr suffered a "significant" injury that could result in him missing multiple games, he practiced and was not given an injury label prior to Saturday's game. He started the game and went 21/34, for 336 yards with a touchdown pass and a rushing.
Dare I say it was Marcus Mariota-esque ...
Despite Carr's stats, Raiders fans are angry with head coach Jon Gruden for riding an injured or at least disabled Carr because of a healthy Mariota.
Last week Mariota passed 17 for 28, 226 yards, 88 yards with a pass and a touchdown.
Could Mariota have hit the dolphins? Well, Miami used its starter Tua Tagovailoa on behalf of Ryan Fitzpatrick to help stranger things happen.
At least the fans believe that head coach Jon Gruden could have used Mariota as a crease on the offensive.
After the Raiders are eliminated from the playoffs, fans can wish for the last game of the season. Should Mariota start and win, he would be owed $ 325,000 in incentives.
So it's everyone's guess.
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