Oakland Raiders: Rebuilding Process Nearly Complete

June 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

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Not even the most adamant Raider-hater can deny the improvements made by the Oakland Raiders this offseason. Accounts describing the extent of this improvement vary depending upon who is doing the speaking.
Hardcore haters say it's minimal at best. Hardcore fans say it's the best since Al Davis took the Raiders from 1-13 in 1962 to 10-4 in 1963.
As is always the case, the truth is somewhere in the middle.
The road back to success and respectability is a long one for the Raiders. Improvement is needed at almost every position on both sides of the ball. A team that has given up more points that it has scored for seven consecutive years cannot be turned around in one offseason.
It takes much more than that.
The right steps are being made now, but there is still a lot of room to improve. It's a step by step process and the Raiders are on their way to completing them all.
Step One: Restore the Faith...

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