Raiders second-year offensive guard Gabe Jackson led all Raiders offensive starters with an overall rating of 4.6 on Pro Football Focus. Jackson once again excelled in run blocking (2.9), while obtaining a 1.5 in pass blocking. Jackson continues to be an integral piece of the Raiders offensive line that has done a good job protecting quarterback Derek Carr while opening up holes for Latavius Murray.
The veteran offensive tackle finished right behind Jackson with an overall rating of 4.4. Penn also benefited from Murray's big day, receiving a run blocking rating of 3.4 and a pass blocking rating of 1.7. Penn did give up a quarterback hurry, according to PFF.
Right tackle Austin Howard had a good game, finishing with an overall rating of 3.4. The veteran offensive lineman excelled in the pass blocking, finishing with a rating of 2.2. Howard did less stellar in run blocking, finishing with a 0.9.
Running back Latavius Murray was rewarded for his 26 carry, 139 rushing yard game with an overall rating of 1.8 (2.2 rating for his rushing).
Tight end Mychal Rivera didn't have a good day on the field when it comes to Pro Football Focus' ratings. Rivera finished with an overall rating of -4.5. Much of Rivera's problems came in run blocking, where the former Tennessee Vol finished with a rating of -3.1