Raiders star wide receiver Davante Adams was fired up after the team’s primetime win against the Jets on Sunday Night Football.
After the victory over New York, Adams was center stage in the locker room, pulling out some dance moves as his teammates circled around, celebrating alongside him as he danced about while soaking in the win.
Las Vegas has now strung together back-to-back wins under interim head coach Antonio Pierce, and the vibe in the locker room continues to appear much more positive than it did under former head coach Josh McDaniels.
Adams had six catches for 86 yards during the 16–12 victory, helping the Raiders improve to 5–5 on the year.
Ever since Pierce took over as the interim head coach, things have seemingly taken a turn in the right direction in Las Vegas. They’ve won each of their last two games, and celebrated accordingly afterwards.
Maxx Crosby provided some victory cigars after their win over the Giants, and it was Adams leading the postgame festivities on Sunday night after they thwarted the Jets.
Cigars were once again passed around after the Sunday Night Football victory.
Previously, Adams had been one of the players most vocal about their frustrations over the team’s struggles. That has evidently changed, and he seems delighted with the way things have transpired since McDaniels’ departure.
The Raiders will look to move over .500 next week when they take on the Dolphins in Miami.