Jack Del Rio recently revealed to Raiders season ticket holders that the Raiders plan to use a lot more no-huddle offense with their franchise Quarterback in 2017:
“In terms of what we do with Derek [Carr], we think he is really good at operating out of a no huddle, being able to see what the defense wants to do, about giving him more and more leeway at the line, and more opportunity to get us out of bad plays, and into good plays. [We] just feel like with a quarterback with his talents, that we have to take advantage of that, and so absolutely, we’re going to look to do more of that as we go.”
I didn’t get to watch a ton of the Raiders, but in scenarios when Carr had the ball and was just asked to move the chains quickly, he succeeded. Like this week when he threw for over 500 yards in Tampa.