Reggie McKenzie has been applauded for getting Oakland's financial books in order, and rightfully so considering the budget disaster he inherited after being hired as general manager nearly 20 months ago.
McKenzie's work as a personnel man, however, has raised some doubts.
After an uninspiring draft in 2012, the Raiders made several risky picks this season. In some cases, like fourth-round pick Tyler Wilson who was left off the team's 53-man roster, the picks were apparently too risky.
There were a few other curious roster decisions that could land McKenzie in hot water if they don't pay off.