Mark your calendars, because March 11 is the date that the Oakland Raiders are finally able to go out and make a splash in the free-agent market.
Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie will be the man tasked with distributing the team's estimated $66.3 million dollars in cap space.
As the architect of this rebuilding process, there's no question that McKenzie will have a formidable task figuring out how to improve this roster without loading the organization up with
Unlike some other teams that experienced a similarly disappointing 2013, the Oakland Raiders actually have the resources to drastically improve this offseason.
For the Raiders to have a successful offseason, they will need to maximize the value of the over $60 million in cap room available. I have previously addressed whom the team should target during free agency, both on the offensive side and the defensive side of the ball.
Just as important as how the Raiders spend
By the legend, crizpynutz:
There are so many threads, posts, etc. relating to different "states of the team" I was thinking, maybe let's put a thread up to actually try and get all of it into one place.
So, the Raiders...where are we now, where are we going and how will we get there? Here's some of my thoughts:
For the most part I have supported the new regime and the direction they have taken. I was of the opinion that eventhough
2014 Begins Now: Oakland Raiders Need to Evaluate Both Terrelle Pryor and Matt McGloin
Here we go again Raider Nation, the Oakland Raiders will not have a winning record for the eleventh season in a row. We all knew that the Raiders would face an uphill battle this season because of the massive roster overhaul that the team had during the offseason. General manager Reggie McKenzie has done an excellent job of freeing up 70 million dollars of cap room for the off-season, but having
Looking at the Raiders at 4-6, one can't wonder about the missed opportunities. There was the season opening performance against Indy where the Raiders found themselves in position to win a game nobody gave them a chance in hell to win. They didn't. Still, Raider fans were encouraged by the gutsy performance.
That performance was only the beginning of an up an down season that has shown dramatic wins over the Chargers, Steelers and Texans as well as disappointing losses to the