Oakland Raiders Ready for AFC West and Super Bowl Win in 2011

It's almost unimaginable to believe that the Kansas City Chiefs won the AFC West title last season.

The Chiefs embarrassed themselves twice in their last two games. The Oakland Raiders decimated the Chiefs in their final game of the regular season with a 31-10 pummeling. It's very possible that the Raiders exposed too many weaknesses because the Chiefs went to the AFC playoffs to take another pounding which left them dead. Back to back losses. They failed to represent one of NFL's toughest divisions.

They were an embarrassment to the AFC West.

The Oakland Raiders had more than shown that they could take the AFC West title, The Raiders dominated the AFC West and had they won one simple game they would have been the strongest to represent the AFC West.

So to turn the tables this season the and win more games, Al Davis picked up new coaches and also drafted some stellar players. The NFL Lockout will soon be over (hopefully) and the Raiders can look to drafting a veteran LT to strengthen the offensive front.

The Oakland Raiders are a team that has been legendary. They have always been known for dominating the AFC West and up until their last appearance as Super Bowl contenders they maintained the "torch" and somehow, the light went out. It was truly dark in Oakland.

Enter the magic of owner Al Davis who went out and picked up all around players that improved the Oakland Raiders and turned heads last season. Names like Nnamdi Asomugha, Zach Miller, Darren McFadden, Michael Bush, Jacoby Ford and Louis Murphy to spark the organization.

Defensively, the addition of  former Patriot, Richard Seymour infected the D-line with a "winning attitude." The new defense of the Oakland Raiders is huge, fast and very aggressive. Players like Kamerion Wimbley and Tommy Seymour have flourished in the land of Silver and Black. In fact, they were determinants the Raider d...

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