On Monday night, the Las Vegas Raiders won a thrilling game against the Baltimore Ravens by a final score of 33-27.
Quarterback Derek Carr found wide receiver Zay Jones streaking across the field for a wide open touchdown in overtime to walk out with the win. However, the upset win over Baltimore came with a cost.
Starting offensive guard Denzelle Good left Monday night’s game with an injury. Unfortunately for the Raiders, the team received some bad news on Tuesday afternoon.
According to a report from ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, Good suffered a torn ACL. As a result, he’ll be out for the rest of the season.
Raiders starting guard Denzelle Good suffered a torn ACL in the Monday night game vs. the Ravens and will be out for the season, per source. Tough deal for an emerging player.
— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) September 14, 2021
Good actually left Monday night’s game and then returned to the field before eventually leaving the game for the rest of the night. That means the starting offensive lineman likely played a few downs on a torn ACL.
Fellow starting guard Richie Incognito also suffered an injury during Monday night’s game. If Incognito isn’t able to play next weekend, Jermaine Eluemunor will take over at the starting guard spot alongside John Simpson.
That would be a tough ask as the Raiders face off against the Pittsburgh Steelers this weekend. A Steelers pass rush with Cam Heyward, Melvin Ingram and T.J. Watt could cause fits for the Raiders offensive line on Sunday.
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