Cleveland Browns vs. Oakland Raiders: 5 players who will decide Week 4

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Donald Penn‘s the name, but really he symbolizes the entire Raiders’ offensive line.

Oakland allowed Derek Carr to get sacked three times last week and the Raiders just graded out as one of the worst offensive lines in pro football. The Raiders rank 26th out of the 32 teams in the NFL, according to Pro Football Focus.

Penn, who moved to right tackle this season, is the lowest graded player on the line with a mark of 43.9. The analytics site also graded him as hate lowest graded pass blocker in the game.

This makes you think back to Myles Garrett‘s huge sack of Sam Darnold late in the fourth quarter of the Browns’ first win. Garrett rushed from the left side before brining the rookie down.

Penn was out with a concussion last week, but appears ready to return to action, as he was limited on the Raiders’ first injury report of the week.

T.J. Clemmings replaced Penn last week, only to allow a sack and a hit that led to an interception.

The Browns defense continues to draw praise as being really, really good. It will help that the team is getting back Emmanuel Ogbah back to accompany Garrett on the EDGE. Plus, Larry Ogunjobi has been a force on the interior, with three sacks.