The Raiders finished seventh in the league in points scored and sixth in offensive yards during the 2016 season, which usually isn’t the kind of year that’s followed by a change in offensive coordinator unless that coordinator is moving on to a head coaching job.

Bill Musgrave isn’t a head coach, but he won’t be back in Oakland. Musgrave did not get a new contract after finishing the final year of his deal and he’s been replaced by former quarterbacks coach Todd Downing, who realizes that there’s a lot to work with offensively.

Downing said that he won’t be “changing [the offensive scheme] just for change’s sake” and that his goal for 2017 will be finding tweaks that make the Raiders even better at what they already do well.