Derek Carr responds to Darren Waller’s hilarious golf swing

The Las Vegas Raiders are talking to Darren Waller # 83 on the sidelines in the first half of their game against the Miami Dolphins at the Allegiate Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada on December 26, 2020.  The Dolphins beat the Raiders 26-25.
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Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr has been doing well lately.

He eventually played a post-season game but Cincinnati lost to the Bengals.

The franchise rewarded him with a three-year, 12 121.5 million contract extension.

He has a new goal in a game passing after the business for the attackers All-Pro wide receiver Davante Adams.

As favorable, Carr and Adams will also: get their connection back from the state of Fresno.

The 31-year-old play-convener seems to enjoy life after some lucky events.

That’s why he’s reacting to Darren Waller’s golf swing.

The Riders’ official Twitter account shows Waller imitating Adam Sandler’s golf swing in the movie “Happy Gilmore”.

So the caption reads, “Let’s try again Adam SandlerHow Rackwall83 Really ?! ”

Car “Hanssssss!” Before speaking, Anand responded with three faces with emoji.

Shortly after that emoji I realized what a brutal golf swing.

To his credit, Waller maintained his swing after hitting the ball.

Waller Raiders will be an asset to the new offense

The tight end from Georgia Tech may not be the best golfer.

However, he will play a key role in the Raiders offense next season.

Adams should be the primary goal of their passing game and he should be a paw to make defensive-minded defenders.

But head coach Josh McDaniels needs to take advantage of the more double tight-end set where Waller can’t hurt.

In addition to being an extra blocker the attackers can’t mask his position as the car’s pass recipient.

Adams’ ability to expand the field can also help Waller get a favorable matchup on short and intermediate routes.

Waller’s golf course may not be a force but he will be a key contributor to the grid.

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