NFL Wildcard Playoff podcast with Tony Renteria: Del Rio trying to establish some plays for Cook in first AFC Playoff game

January 5, 2017

NFL, Oakland Raiders

Oakland Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio, right, stands with Raiders owner Mark Davis, left, before an NFL football game against the Denver Broncos, Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017, in Denver. (AP Photo/Joe Mahoney)

No one has ever quarterbacked an NFL playoff game as a starter and this Saturday will be the first time ever as the Oakland Raiders Conner Cook gets to throw for the Raiders against the Houston Texans. Cook told the media during practice this week “I’m going to have fun and let it all hang out” and what else can cook say? Cook is even better answering questions for the media.

Cook is going up against the number one rated defense in the NFL the Houston Texans it’s going to be up to a game plan that Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio has to come up with for both sides of the football. Hopefully Khalil Mack and the defense can keep the defensive pressure up and help Cook out and make sure that Cook is able to hand the ball off and get some plays.

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