The Las Vegas Raiders had their two-game win streak snapped on Sunday in a 20-13 loss to the Miami Dolphins, but the team's morale hasn't changed.
Per ESPN's Paul Gutierrez, Raiders star wide receiver Davante Adams said after the game that rookie quarterback Aidan O'Connell and the rest of the players aren't panicking just yet.
"We're not freaking out; [Aidan's] not freaking out," Adams said. "We've just got to stay together and find a way to convert better."
O'Connell threw for 260 yards, a touchdown and three interceptions on 24-of-41 passing in Sunday's loss, which dropped Las Vegas to 5-6.