2. Hunter Renfrow, WR
After missing the last three-and-a-half games with multiple injuries, rookie receiver Hunter Renfrow emphatically announced his return to the Raiders by scoring on a 56-yard strike from Derek Carr on the opening drive.
Aside from Raiders fans, no one was more happy to see Renfrow return to the field than Carr, who consistently found Renfrow on third down to keep the chains moving and eat away at the clock.
Another gem from general manager Mike Mayock’s heralded first draft class, Renfrow has looked more and more comfortable with the pro game with each passing week.
With all the accolades he achieved as a national champion at Clemson, it may have come as a shock that there was one milestone that had eluded him until this past Sunday — a 100-yard game.
Having never had one in college or high school, the current team leader in receptions among receivers finished with seven catches for 107 yards and one touchdown.