The Raiders had another close game on Sunday, but for the third time this time, it didn't matter much. Las Vegas beat the Titans, 24-22, after leading 24-10 at the half, and the Raiders' record fell to a staggering 0-3. 

Coach Josh McDaniels is still winning in his new office, and a campaign full of offseason promises seems to have hit a wall. Raiders wide receiver Mack Hollins had a career day, racking up an amazing 158 yards and one touchdown on eight catches.  

His impressive performance included a 48-yard bomb from quarterback Derek Carr on a do-or-die 4th-and-15 play in the final game in Las Vegas. 

Hollins ended the drive with a touchdown, but a two-point conversion, passed by Carr to tight end Darren Waller, was lined up and fell. But Hollins' day was bigger than anything 

especially since his previous career-high for receiving yards was 72. He was also key on special teams, putting the Titans on their own 2-yard line. 'end of the third quarter. 

Running back Josh Jacobs was sick which made him and others fly to Nashville, but he played against the Titans and played well. Jacobs had just 66 yards rushing but needed just 13 carries 

Jacobs added five catches for 31 yards. He showed confidence and skill that McDaniels should reward with another touchdown. The Raiders' offensive line has struggled overall, but they're pretty good as run blockers. 

The right offense will keep the defense from chasing Carr on every shot. For the second week in a row, Duron Harmon's defense earns a spot on the winners list.