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Maxx Crosby: I don’t do this to not make the playoffs — I’m sick of that shit

Crosby’s response revealed his burning desire for the Raiders to become a serious contender in the league. While initially attempting to provide a composed answer, he couldn’t contain his competitive spirit. His words demonstrated his impatience and hunger for success, indicating that he is eagerly waiting for the Raiders to establish themselves as a formidable force in the NFL. Crosby’s competitiveness and drive are clear indications of his determination to help the team reach new heights.

You know, for me, I just worry about the day,” Crosby told reporters on Thursday, as Shared by Myles Simmons of Pro Football Talk. “I’m worried about getting better today and then tomorrow when it gets here, I’m worried about that. Every single day, I come in here, I think about winning. I don’t do this year-round to come in and not make the playoffs — I’m sick of that shit! And I want to keep winning

Maxx Crosby

Entering the NFL as a fourth-round draft pick in 2019, Crosby’s talent caught the attention of the Raiders, leading to his inclusion in their roster. Throughout his four-season career, his exceptional abilities earned him two well-deserved Pro Bowl invitations. However, the Raiders’ postseason experiences have been scant, with only one memorable journey. Regrettably, their aspirations were dashed in January 2022 when Las Vegas faced a disappointing defeat against the Cincinnati Bengals during the wild-card round, abruptly concluding their playoff run.

“I want to get back in the playoffs,” Crosby continued. “I want to be in Cincinnati on the road in a hostile environment — that’s why I play the game. That’s why I work the way I work. I come here and I do this all year. And, like I said, I want to win championships. I want to be at the top of the game…So, yeah, I’m fired up for this organization. I love all the people in here. And I’m really just trying to be my best version of myself and lead by example.”

Maxx Crosby

After a disappointing 6-11 record last season, the Raiders made significant changes to their roster. One notable move was parting ways with their longtime quarterback Derek Carr during the winter. In his place, they acquired Jimmy Garoppolo, the former starting quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. On Thursday, Crosby expressed his confidence in the team’s ability to achieve immediate success with Garoppolo at the helm of the offense. His statement reflects the team’s determination to turn their fortunes around and make a strong push for victory in the upcoming season.

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