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At a point during the 2020 NFL season, things were clicking for the Las Vegas Raiders. The team was 6-3 after 10 weeks and in the hunt for a playoff area.

The Raiders weren’t even out of the AFC West divisional race because the group had actually upset the ultimate back-to-back AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs in Week 5 of the season. The team played improperly down the stretch and went 2-5 in their last seven games, completing 8-8 and hardly losing out on the playoffs.

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After the group lost to the Miami Dolphins in Week 16, Raiders large receiver Nelson Agholor reportedly wasn’t having it with any of his colleagues. The Raiders enabled the Dolphins to enter into field-goal range in the last 22 seconds of the video game and Jason Sanders won it with a 44-yard basket.

Agholor, who had five catches for 155 backyards and a goal in the video game, stormed into the locker room after the game and informed his teammates they “sucked,” The Athletic reported Thursday.

According to The Athletic, Agholor told his colleagues that they were “self-centered and didn’t strive enough.” He supposedly slammed the “lack of responsibility.”

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The outlet kept in mind that the word “responsibility” remained in the locker space after Las Vegas’ Week 17 loss. Linebacker Nicholas Murrow told press reporters the team needed to be “more accountable” and coach Jon Gruden stated the group needed to be more “detailed” specifically on defense.

Basic manager Mike Mayock likewise talked about accountability Wednesday.

” The entire team requires to be responsible and self-aware,” he stated, through the team’s website. “And that starts with me. I need to do a much better job. We prepared some guys last year that were position modifications and possibly that wasn’t fair in a COVID-19 year.”

He likewise criticized the lack of production from the novices he prepared.

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Agholor completed his very first season in Las Vegas with 48 catches for a career-high 896 yards and eight touchdowns. The Raiders completed 8-8.