Antonio Brown has turned his consideration on social media away from Tom Brady and as an alternative targeted it on two different NFL quarterbacks.
The previous veteran wideout shared a photoshopped picture of Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr on Twitter Sunday with the caption: “Betting 10k at present on Derek Carb.”
The Raiders, who’re 2-7, tackle the Denver Broncos on Sunday after dropping 5 straight, most not too long ago towards the Indianapolis Colts.
Days earlier, Brown additionally referred to as out Inexperienced Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, seemingly questioning former teammate Davante Adams’ motivations for becoming a member of the Raiders.
“I guess Arod admire the WRs now,” he wrote in a tweet Friday following the Packers’ 27-17 loss to the Tennessee Titans. “Surprise why Adams left.”
After their newest loss, Rodgers expressed optimism for the remainder of the season.
“The season’s not over,” he mentioned throughout his publish recreation presser. “There’s nonetheless six alternatives left. We’ve obtained a troublesome recreation – gotta go to Philly. Hopefully we are able to, these few days, get slightly more healthy, refresh the thoughts, and clearly, we gotta win these subsequent video games.”
“I’ve obtained to throw the ball higher than I did tonight,” he added later. “There’s not numerous margin for error for us, and positively not when a workforce is stout, however provides you some alternatives. We have got to hit on these performs.”
Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels has additionally come below scrutiny over Las Vegas’ sudden struggles this season however a vote of confidence from proprietor Mark Davis and the workforce present a unified entrance heading into Week 11.
“I believe that we are able to all be higher in sure cases, however among the best coaches this league have seen had some powerful occasions,” Adams mentioned this week. “I’m certain they didn’t all come out the blocks sprinting like Usain Bolt.”
The Raiders have misplaced six one-score video games this season, together with a 24-0 shutout by the New Orleans Saints in Week 8.
The Related Press contributed to this report.