As a position that began training camp with so much optimism, the wide receiver spot has quickly become one of the season's biggest concerns.
With Jacoby Ford and Denarius Moore having missed a combined six out of eight preseason games, Dennis Allen and Greg Knapp have seen a lot of their younger receivers this preseason. Darrius Heyward Bey, on the other hand, has played in three of the four games, but has logged just four catches.
On the bright side, rookies Juron Criner and Rod Streater have been impressive throughout camp and in games, and appear ready to step into action if called upon Monday night.
At tight end, the question marks remain as many are wondering whether a free-agent signing is imminent. Brandon Myers is still listed as the team's starter, but he hasn't done anything to make fans believe he's a true solution there.
Moore hasn't seen the field yet this offseason and might not be ready for Monday night.
Two catches for 21 yards before getting injured was not the offseason Oakland fans were hoping for, especially since he injured the same foot that has hindered him in the past. Like Moore, his status for Monday's game is uncertain.
Four catches for 76 yards in three games thus far, but at least DHB was able to stay healthy.
Oakland's leading receiver this preseason, the undrafted rookie from Temple, snagged 18 passes for 165 yards. If Moore and Ford aren't ready to go on Monday, Streater appears to have earned himself a spot in the starting lineup.
After generating quite a buzz in minicamp, Criner was a bit of a letdown in the preseason, failing to steal the show at any point. That said, however, he did compile 146 yards and two touchdowns.
As a relative unknown, Myers was a player many fans hoped to see a lot of this preseason. Instead, he played in just one game, where he logged five catches for 41 yards.
The guy many believed could swipe the starting spot from Myers recorded just two catches in four games for 21 yards.
Not known for his pass-catching ability, Gordon hasn't done much this preseason to lead anyone to believe he'll be a major part of the offense.