Rams top Raiders 33-13 in season opener

Oakland Raiders's Marshawn Lynch sits during national anthem then scores touchdown

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There is a hole in the Raiders scheme and there isn't one man on the roster that can fill the tremendous hole left by All-Pro, but somehow, Jon Gruden still can't understand why the Raiders couldn't pressure the Rams enough. Head coach Jon Gruden just showed up Sean McVay by shoving the ball down his throat on the opening drive.

The 27-year-old quarterback struggled in the Raiders' 33-13 Week 1 loss to the Rams. Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley is greeted by teammates Cooper Kupp (18) and Robert Woods (17) after scoring a touchdown during the first half.

The 2016 Defensive Player of the Year may be long gone, but it seems Gruden isn't exactly thrilled with the negativity that came down on him after the Raiders traded Mack.

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"When you can run the ball like they ran in the second half, it's very hard to rush the passer", Gruden said, via NBC Sports Bay Area.

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"Obviously, Khalil Mack didn't want to be here". "He never showed up for an OTA, he never showed up for training camp, and it was obvious he wasn't going to show up for the season".

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Contract holdouts are fairly typical for star National Football League players.

This isn't the first we've heard from Gruden about Mack, as ESPN's Adam Schefter revealed the Raiders coach had some parting words for the pass-rusher. They just want to get a contract they believe is fair.

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