The Oakland Raiders were filled with problems in 2012, but the inability to get everyone on the same page hurt them drastically as the team struggled to find any sort of identity.
Now that the Reggie McKenzie-Dennis Allen era is one year in the books, the organization has some stability and they've taken steps in the right direction after a disappointing first season.
This Raiders team needs to find an identity, and it all starts with the players who have proven to be successful in the past.
Philip Wheeler and Brandon Myers were Oakland's two most consistent players last season, but their free-agent status doesn't guarantee them a return to the bay in 2013.
Let's take a look at five team leaders who must improve their game next year.