Oakland Raiders’ Offseason Power Rankings

Here are the power rankings of all the players on the Raiders:


Top 10

1. CB Nnamdi Asomugha

The fantastic corner from Cal was great last season, and has been considered one of the league's best corners for years now. He had many minor injuries last season, which was a concern.

But when he's on the field, a wide receiver never comes back from Planet Asomugha.


2. TE Zach Miller

Miller is a terrific tight end who has suffered from: poor quarterback play and being the only legitimate down-field weapon. I think he'll continue to improve, and may already be as good as Antonio Gates.


3. DE Richard Seymour

Reports have surfaced that Seymour and the team are on the verge of signing a long-term deal. Seymour is still a very solid end. His sack total wasn't high, but I realize he occupied lot of double teams.


4. QB Jason Campbell

Campbell was acquired on Day Three of the draft. It's an excellent acquisition. He fits the Raiders' passing game well.

The receiver he'll improve the most is probably Zach Miller. With below-average receiving in Washington, Campbell could always get it to his tight ends, Chris Cooley and Fred Davis.


5. LG Robert Gallery

Gallery had a rough season in 2009. In the offseason of 2009, he had an emergency appendectomy. And then he had back surgery to end his season midway through the year.

But when he's healthy, Gallery is one of the league's better guards.


6. RB Michael Bush

Bush was very good in 2009 when Cable gave him carries. Bush averaged  4.5 YPC even with the average fullback and porous offensive line play.

McFadden will probably start, but Bush figures to get many carries this season.


7. WR Chaz Sc...

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