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on Josh Jacobs in April’s draft there is little doubt who the Raiders are expecting to lead this year’s stable of runners.Behind Jacobs Jerry Rice Jersey , Doug Martin is..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesSilver And Black Pride homepageHorizontal - WhiteSilver And Black Pridean Oakland Raiders communityFollow Silver And Black Pride online:Follow Silver And Black Pride on TwitterFollow Silver And Black Pride on FacebookLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchSilver And Black Pride main menuFanpostsFanshotsRaidersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Raiders StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Raiders NewsYahoo Raiders Team PageYahoo Raiders ReportYahoo Raiders Depth ChartYahoo Raiders TransactionsYahoo Raiders PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Raiders 2019 training camp bubble battle: DeAndre Washington vs Chris Warren IIINew,61commentsPDTAfter spending the 24th overall pick on Josh Jacobs in April’s draft there is little doubt who the Raiders are expecting to lead this year’s stable of runners.Behind Jacobs, Doug Martin is cemented as the number two running back and Jalen Richard’s role as receiving back should be safe after a very productive 2018 campaign.Should the Raiders decide to keep four running backs on the roster the battle for the final spot figures to be between two men:DeAndre Washington vs Chris Warren IIIWashington is entering his fourth year with the Raiders.Through his first three seasons the 5th round draft pick has totaled 735 yards rushing on 174 attempts and 321 yards receiving with 51 receptions.If you want to make a case for Washington to be on the roster a good place to start would be his versatility.He has dual threat ability as a runner and pass catcher out of the backfield, something Gruden covets in his running backs.Washington has also demonstrated abilities to play special teams. The primary issue for Washington is Jalen Richard.Both are smaller backs with similar skill sets, Washington has not been able to separate himself from his backfield mate.Richard caught 68 balls in 2018 as the primary third down and passing situation back.Last season, Gruden expressed his admiration for Richard comparing him to former Raidersrunning back, Charlie Garner.Washington could be an insurance policy to Richard should an injury occur but that might not be reason enough to keep him on the 53.Chris Warren III made a name for himself during last year’s preseason when he led the NFL in rushing. A clip of Warren went viral during training camp when during joint practices with the Detroit Lions, Warren truck sticked linebacker Jarrad Davis. Warren is a bruiser Tim Brown Jersey , weighing in around the 250 pound mark.Sure it was only the preseason but Warren III definitely showed he has the ability to make an NFL roster.The Raiders felt so strongly about him that although he didn’t make the 53 man roster last summer he was stashed on the season ending IR with a knee injury.He is unique when compared with the other backs vying for a roster spot.He could be used in short yardage and goal-line situations, ala former Gruden grinders Zach Crockett or Mike Alstott. An area of concern with Warren is that he is more of a one trick pony.Because of his size and physicality he often wants to run through defenders.He needs to show he has enough speed to get to the edge along with being tough between the tackles.It was reported back in February that Warren had ballooned up to 270 pounds, if true hopefully he has gotten himself back into playing shape as training camp quickly approaches.Both Washington and Warren III will get plenty of opportunities throughout training camp and preseason.The battle for the fourth running back spot is one of the more intriguing storylines to follow during training camp.Pro Football Focus’ top five graded Raiders players in week three Each week Pro Football Focus releases it’s player ratings for every team in the NFL.If you haven’t checked the site out yet, I encourage you to do so.It is loaded with tons of stats and information for you analytic crazed fans out there.While the grades may not tell the whole story about a players performance it does shed some light on some of the things teams and players are doing well and not so well.Marshawn Lynch- 83.9Beast mode found the end zone for the third straight game to go along with 64 hard earned yards on 19 attempts.Lynch’s season grade is an 81.6 which ranks him second among NFL running backs.Jordy Nelson- 80.9Jordy Nelson had his breakout game as a Raider with a monster game.Nelson and quarterback Derek Carr hooked up for gains of 61 and 66 yards, in addition to a 12-yard touchdown.Nelson hauled in a team high 6 balls for 173 yards.Arden Key- 80.2Key saw a season low 19 snaps in week three.Although he did not see much action he was fairly efficient with his opportunities.While only playing in five run snaps he made two tackles. Gabe Jackson- 80.1This one is a bit of a head scratcher considering Jackson was a part of a offensive line group who was dominated by the Dolphins defense.The run game averaged only 3.4 yards per carry.Jackson was responsible for giving up a Vincent Taylor sack in the fourth quarter.The Dolphins had three sacks in the game.Leon Hall- 75.5Many criticized the signing of Leon Hall for his old age, but he has been very good for the Raiders secondary.His biggest play of the game came on a key 3rd and 5 in the fourth quarter.Hall came on a corner blitz and deflected a pass.The Raiders forced a punt and got the ball back to Derek Carr and the offense.