Team Looks to Improve Performance and Finish Games Strong
Las Vegas Raiders’ offensive tackle, Crosby, expressed his enthusiasm for the team’s new head coach, Pierce, in a recent interview with Fox News Digital. Crosby described Pierce as a “true leader” who is respected by everyone in the locker room. He emphasized the importance of having a coach who brings a positive energy and creates a fun atmosphere, while still taking the game seriously.
Crosby acknowledged that playing in the NFL is a serious job, but he believes that having fun and maintaining high energy levels are essential for success. He praised Pierce’s focus on having everyone on the same wavelength and bringing in players who embody that mentality. The offensive tackle expressed his commitment to continue building on this foundation and taking the team to the next level.
Reflecting on the previous season, Crosby highlighted the need for the Raiders to prioritize finishing games. Five of their nine losses were by one touchdown or less, indicating that small improvements could have made a significant difference. He emphasized the importance of playing the “Raiders style of football” and bringing back the team’s reputation as the “bad boys.” Crosby believes that by addressing areas of improvement through free agency and the draft, the Raiders will have the opportunity to dominate the AFC West in the years to come.
As a leader on the team, Crosby is dedicated to pushing his teammates to be their best and embrace their individuality. He emphasized the importance of trusting one’s work, body, and techniques on the field, and not allowing hesitation or overthinking to hinder performance. Crosby’s goal is to have a cohesive team that plays with confidence and showcases their hard work on game days.
The Las Vegas Raiders are eager to see the impact of their new head coach and continue to build a strong team. With Crosby’s leadership and the addition of players who embrace the team’s energy and mindset, they are determined to improve their performance and finish games with a stronger edge.