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The Las Vegas Raiders will have a new quarterback under center in 2023.
After moving on from longtime starter Derek Carr, the Raiders are handing their franchise to Jimmy Garoppolo.
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback will get another chance as the unquestioned starter in 2023.
He joins a team coached by Josh McDaniels, who was his offensive coordinator when they were in New England.
Garoppolo has familiarity with McDaniels’ offense and he should be able to flourish in 2023.
But, one analyst thinks signing Garoppolo was a bad move by the Raiders.
Nick Wright thinks the Raiders are not a “serious team.”
“The Raiders are not a serious team. They got worse at QB! … The Raiders are the least of my worries.”
— What’s Wright? with Nick Wright (@WhatsWrightShow) March 14, 2023
He believes that the Raiders got worse at quarterback going from Carr to Garoppolo.
Wright thinks the Raiders are the worst team in the AFC West after this move.
He states how Jimmy G might be the worst quarterback in the division, depending on what Russell Wilson plays like.
As a fan of the Chiefs, Wright has no worries about the Raiders contending next season.
One problem with Garoppolo is that he is always injured.
He played in only 11 games last season and only six in 2020.
If he can not stay healthy, he will be of no use to the Raiders.
It would have made sense for the Raiders to take a bigger swing at the most important position.
Having to compete against the Chiefs and Chargers will make it very hard on them every year.
Las Vegas should have made a play for Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson.
He is much more in the class of Mahomes and Herbert and can compete with them year in and year out.
Garoppolo is a nice bridge quarterback, but the chances of winning anything big with him are slim.
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