The Oakland Raiders' offense is looking especially strong for 2012. In 2011, with so many of the players going down with injuries, the Silver and Black's new regime headed up by Reggie McKenzie and head coach Dennis Allen, hope to make improvements in injury prevention and decrease the chances of losing so many players in 2012.
Strength coaches may be highly underrated in the NFL. They play a key role in keeping the players healthy. Injury prevention and quick recovery times are essential in order for the team to get back to a winning record.
Al Miller, member of the inaugural USA Strength and Conditioning Hall of Fame class joined the Raiders' coaching staff this year, and with his two decades of NFL coaching experience, I believe we'll see a significant decrease in the number of injuries this coming season.
That being said, if the majority of the Raiders' offensive weapons remain healthy this year, their opponents will have a very tough battle on their hands.
Here's a look at eight of the best players on the Oakland Raiders offense.