Oakland Raiders quarterback Andrew Walter talked about losing "intensity" and failure to "execute" in the second half this past week and feels the team will have to put together two solid halves to beat Denver this coming weekend.
Walter, now looking at his third straight start, feels he is comfortable in the offense. Last week was a step up, as he completed 60.9 percent of his passes but tossed two crucial interceptions.
Thus far on the year, Walter has compled 44.9 percent of his passes for 422 yards, tossing two touchdowns and six interceptions.
Eliminating critical errors, particularly the turnovers, must end if they hope to have a chance.
Walter talks about becoming the leader of the offense: