on Thursday night football http://www.raidersauthorizedshops.com/authentic-p.j.-hall-jersey , theres really nothing left to be said. This was a game the Raiders should have been more competitive in.The 49ers had one win this season and have injuries to several key players on defense, not to mention quarterback where Nick Mullen made his first career start.The sad part about the loss was the effort the team played with throughout.It was obvious that some players quit on the team and were not putting forth the effort and focus needed to win. On the sideline, Jon Gruden appeared visibly upset with defensive coordinator Paul Guenther.At one point the two appeared to exchange words.Where do the Raiders go from here after a demoralizing, 34-3 loss on national television?Lets take a look at the Raiders week nine report card.Aerial Attack: DIt was an ugly game for the offense, the unit managed to gain only 242 yards of total offense.Things were especially difficult through the air.A week after arguably his best game of the year, Derek Carr followed that up with a stinker.He finished the game 16-21 for 171 yards and zero touchdowns.It wasnt all Carrs fault, he was under duress all night, being sacked seven times.The offensive line dealt with injuries and were forced to piece together a make shift line. (more on them later)But Derek Carr did himself no favors.At times, Carr stepped up into where the pressure was rather than avoiding the pressure.Some of the sacks were on him.Once again, Jalen Richard let the Raiders in receptions and yardage as he benefited from several check downs from Carr.Ground Game: CDoug Martin has filled in nicely since Marshawn Lynch was placed on the injured reserve.The problem on Thursday night for Martin was that playing from behind was not conducive to establishing the run.On 11 carries, Martin gained 49 yards.DeAndre Washington picked up some garbage time production late in the game, 27 yards on five attempts.As long as the offense plays from behind the run game will be a non-factor.Offensive Line: FIt was a total and epic failure from the offensive line on Thursday night.The poor play of the offensive line this year is a head scratcher.The group has talent but it has not translated to success on the field.Sure the injuries have played a role the past few weeks, and they certainly were an issue last night.On the Raiders first possession of the game, left tackle, Kolton Miller re-aggravated the injury to his MCL.Miller did return Gareon Conley Jersey , but he would not finish the game.Fellow rookie Brandon Parker, was benched during the game but due to injuries he was needed later.Parker was awful in the game.False starts, holding calls, Parker is continuing to struggle.Derek Carr was sacked seven times, a total of 13 times in the last three games.Its hard to keep making excuses for line coach Tom Cable, he needs to get this group playing better.Defensive Line: FCan you think of a worse defensive line group in the league?Its startling the lack of talent along the defensive line, especially on the edges.No pressure and no sacks once again. The seven sacks the 49ers picked up is equal to the Raiders season total.Not only can the defensive front not get pressure on the quarterback, they are terrible against the run.The 49ers gained 143 yards on 32 carries, including a 52 yard touchdown by Raheem Mostert in the third quarter.One other thing that is disappointing is that the rookies Arden Key, Maurice Hurst, and P.J. Hall have been rather non-existent.The trio was suppose to be building blocks on the defensive.Linebackers: FLets not even waste our time.The Raiders linebackers are terrible.Its hard to believe Raider fans have to suffer through eight more weeks of Marquel Lee and Tahir Whitehead.Hopefully, Jason Cabinda and Nicholas Morrow will continue to get more and more opportunities and maybe they will develop into serviceable players.Secondary: FWhere should we begin?The Raiders secondary was shredded by Nick Mullen for 262 yards and three touchdown passes.Reggie Nelson looked completely lost on the 49ers first score of the game, when he was fooled on play action and left Pierre Garcon wide open for the easiest 24 yard touchdown you will ever see.Karl Joseph, Erik Harris, and Marcus Gilchrist were not any better.Their may not be a bigger need heading into the offseason than the safety position. Special Teams: D-Those of you watched the game on television Youth Derek Carrier Jersey , how many times did Joe Buck refer to a Johnny Townsend punt as ugly?The answer is three!Townsend should have been been cut a long time ago, he has shown no signs of improvement.Add punter to the list of needs for the Raiders.Daniel Carlson made one of his two field goal attempts.His made field goal came from 37 yards while the miss hit off the right upright from 45 yards.Overall: F Maurice Hurst-82.4Hurst is the only defensive player ranked in the Raiders top five.Hurst has been by far the defenses most productive and consistent player.Through six games, Hurst is looking like a draft day steal after he fell to round five.Hurst has 12 tackles, two sacks, three pass deflections, and one forced fumble.His ability to push the pocket continues to show up on film.The next two highest graded defensive players are Nick Morrow (80.5) who has only played seven defensive snaps on the year and Frostee Rucker (70.5).Due to the limit amount of snaps played by Morrow he does not qualify for the top five. Rodney Hudson-77.3The offensive line is bruised and battered but there has been one bright spot in the group.Rodney Hudson has been rock solid for an offensive line that badly needs the stability.Hudosn ranks third among players at his position.Donald Penn who was placed on injured reserve was struggling with the shift to right tackle.Rookie, Brandon Parker has stepped in as the new starting right tackle and has not faired much better (53.4).Kelechi Osemele, missed both weeks five and six with a knee injury.Jon Feliciano replaced Osemele at left guard, but he suffered a rib injury in the first quarter against the Seahawks.Justin Murray saw the first action of his pro career in relief of Feliciano.Rookie, Kolton Miller appeared to be progressing nicely at left tackle but has struggled recently giving up six sacks the past two weeks.Miller is playing through an MCL strain that is clearly effecting his ability.Jared Cook-74.6Jared Cook started out the year red hot recording 370 of his 400 receiving yards in the first four weeks.The past two games have been a different story.Cooks production has taken a major dip, catching only six balls for 30 yards.Cooks name has also been mentioned as a player who could be available as the trade deadline approaches.That will be something to monitor in the next couple of weeks.Marshawn Lynch-74.1Along with Cook, Marshawn Lynch has been one of the positives for the Raiders offense.Lynch has ran hard and with a purpose.Lynch currently sits just outside the top 10 leading rushers in the league with 376 yards.Jon Gruden said this week that Lynch is undergoing an MRI on his ailing groin injury.Gruden also stated that he is very concerned about the status of Lynch going forward.Derek Carr-71.2There has been no more polarizing figure for the Raiders, than Derek Carr.One week he is praised for his effort and heroics leading the Raiders to a comeback win versus the Browns.And the following two weeks he is blamed for terrible offensive performances.The most glaring issue with Carr through six weeks is that he is trying to do to much.He knows how bad the defense is and as a result has forced the issue on a few plays.It would be great to see Carr and Gruden get on the same page throughout the remaining ten weeks.At this point the 2018 season is a lost cause, lets start looking for small victories that Carr and Gruden can build on in 2019.