When it comes to football, there is no one team with the ability to consistently run the football.
While most NFL teams have played their share of teams with great running backs, it is difficult to come up with a team that has been able to run the ball as well as the Raiders.
The Raiders, by contrast, have had great running back success throughout their history, but the last few years have been tough on the ground.
Since they were acquired by the Pittsburgh Steelers from the Dallas Cowboys in 2007, the Raiders have a combined 988 yards rushing on the year, the fewest of any NFL team.
The Cowboys, by comparison, have an NFL-record 985 rushing yards.
While the Raiders are playing a different quarterback, their running backs have been able the best of them, including running back Alfred Morris.
Morris, who has rushed for 1,914 yards, 4 touchdowns and 6.5 touchdowns, is the only running back with more than 1,000 rushing yards in each of the last four seasons.
He has rushed more than 300 times in a single season twice in the last two years, but he has only rushed for 200 yards in five games this year.
Morris had a rough first few weeks of the season, but after a big game against the Chicago Bears, he has been the running back most responsible for the Raiders success.
The team’s rushing attack has been a huge part of their success, and Morris is one of the reasons why.
The third-year running back has rushed over 1,400 times for the first time in his career.
In his two seasons in Oakland, Morris has averaged over 3.8 yards per carry, averaging nearly 7.5 yards per catch.
Morris has been an important part of the Raiders offense, and his ability to keep up with the rush is a huge reason why he is considered one of Oakland’s top running backs.
Morris is only one of many Oakland running backs who are capable of running the ball, but it has become a staple of their offense that he is able to maintain a consistent level of success.
Morris leads the league with 4,836 rushing yards this season, with 1,071 of them coming on the offensive line.
While he is not the top back in the league, he is close, and he is still able to lead the team with his big-play ability.
Morris carries the ball about 90 percent of the time, averaging 4.5 rushing attempts per game.
He is also averaging more than 3 yards per attempt on passes thrown his way.
His speed is an asset in the run game, and is able a little bit of separation and a little more room to run around the edge.
Morris was also able to play well in pass protection in 2016, recording seven sacks and six pass breakups in just 11 games.
With Morris at the helm of the offense, Oakland has been very effective in scoring points, averaging just under 29 points per game, which is tied for second in the NFL behind only the Philadelphia Eagles.
They are also very consistent in terms of their running game.
In 2017, they averaged 4.2 yards per run attempt and 7.7 yards per rush, which are all good marks.
The two-time Pro Bowler is a big part of Oakland running the show and they are very dangerous rushing the ball in the passing game.
The running backs that they have have been fortunate enough to have on their roster have had a big impact on the Raiders rushing attack.
Morris and Khalil Mack have been the most productive running backs in the division this season.
They have been responsible for 1.3 rushing touchdowns, while Mack has been responsible to produce 7.3 yards per carries.
Mack has had an average of 5.9 yards per pass attempt this season and has also been responsible with 1.4 rushing touchdowns.
While they haven’t been as productive as the previous two running backs on the team, they have been very good, and have been a big reason why the Raiders rank among the best in the AFC West.
They will likely be looking for another big play in the near future with Morris and Mack in the backfield.
The Oakland Raiders will face off against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday in the first game of their Week 8 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals.