The Las Vegas Raiders have not had the season they had hoped for, starting 0-3 after a loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.

There were several issues that contributed to this poor start. Davante Adams, the Raiders' star wide receiver, has struggled to adjust to long-time quarterback Derek Carr.

In a highly competitive AFC West, the Raiders appear to be the team falling behind, and they have decided to take drastic measures to turn their season around.

According to Pro Football Network's Aaron Wilson, Derek Carr, Maxx Crosby, and other team leaders held a players-only meeting to discuss current team issues.

Josh McDaniels, the Raiders' first-year head coach, also met privately with Raiders owner Mark Davis to discuss the team's problems thus far.

Given that the Raiders made the playoffs last season, a players-only meeting may be just what the team needs to hear everyone's ideas on how to turn things around and build camaraderie.

One factor that has changed from last season is the team's success in one-score games, which is difficult to replicate year after year.

Last season, the Raiders were 7-2 in games decided by seven points or less. These specific games have resulted in three Las Vegas losses this season.

Winning close games is an art form in the NFL, and hopefully this players-only meeting will help them do so moving forward.

Things won't get any easier for the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 4, as they face the Denver Broncos in an AFC West rivalry game on Sunday.