Since emerging as an undrafted free agent out of Temple in 2012, Rod Streater has shown steady development as a receiver for the Raiders.
Thus far, he has proven his ability to create separation both underneath and downfield, while having the size and athletic ability to make the difficult and contested catches.
Heading into 2014, he projects as a starter in the Raiders’ offense, likely seeing consistent snaps out wide along with James Jones and Denarius Moore.
As is the case for Ausberry, Streater and the receivers should really benefit from the addition of Schaub at quarterback. Again, a player of his caliber with his experience should be able to consistently run the offense in rhythm.
Streater, a player who produced quite impressively regardless of quarterback play over the past two seasons, could see his production take off this year.