Oakland Raiders Mock Draft: How to Fix Biggest Problems in 7 Rounds

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Oakland Raiders Mock Draft: How to Fix Biggest Problems in 7 Rounds
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The Oakland Raiders have a lot of work to do this offseason, and it starts with the 2013 NFL draft.

In general manager Reggie McKenzie's first offseason with the team, his hands were essentially tied due to a tough salary cap and very few draft picks. In the 2013 draft, the Raiders will have more selections, as well as a first-round pick for the first time since 2009.

For the Raiders, a team with plenty of holes to fill, the best use of that top-10 selection will be in a trade down. That way, they can attempt to fill in some missing picks in the later rounds, including the currently missing second- and fifth-round selections.

With that said, this mock draft is done in the hypothetical situation of a first-round trade down, leaving the Raiders with picks in all seven rounds.

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