Handicappers and oddsmakers whose livelihoods depend on the outcome of professional football games swear injuries to non-quarterbacks don’t have much impact on the results over the long haul.

Cluster injuries, however, like the Raiders losing two right tackles over the course of a few plays last week, are a big deal.

Las Vegas found a way to win, largely because Denzelle Good moved over from his reserve guard spot to admirably play right tackle for most of the final three quarters.

“We feel like we’ve got good depth and we’ll play with the players that we have right now,” offensive coordinator Greg Olson said Friday. “Whether it’s Denzelle or anybody else, there is a standard of play in that offensive line, and they’ll be expected to meet that.”

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