It’s only been one game, but new Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden is already feeling the pressure.

The Raiders lost their Week 1 matchup against the L.A. Rams 33-13, with quarterback Derek Carr throwing interceptions along the way. While speaking with the media on Wednesday afternoon, Gruden openly questioned Carr’s passing decisions, highlighting a couple of plays were Amari Cooper was open but not targeted by the Oakland quarterback.

Sounds like Gruden wants Carr to take less risks, and the change of tactics is proving to be a bit of a struggle for the fifth year gunslinger.

The good news is that Carr might get wide receiver Martavis Bryant back soon. The Raiders re-signed the wide receiver this week just 10 days after releasing him. If he plays, he’s a welcome addition to Oakland’s receiving corp. However, a possible year-long suspension from the league looms after Bryant’s repeated failed drug tests for marijuana.