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The Future of the Raider's Offense Looks Good.

The Raiders have drafted some key players on offense in the last 5 years. Some players haven't fully developed like Al Davis hoped, and some have developed into better players than we could have imagined.

The Raiders have brought in Offensive Coordinator Hue Jackson, to help an offensive unit that last year was too basic, and too predictable. The Raiders offense struggled with a horrible line, and with young QB Jamarcus Russell trying to learn the game, with two rookie WR's learning on the job as well.

Though at times it may be frustrating watching all our young talent go through the growing pains of the NFL, we must remind ourselves that most of our key pieces are 25 years old or younger.

With Jackson having full control of the offense, and with the number 8 pick in this years draft, this could be an offensive unit that will be scary, if the Raiders solidify their offensive line. With all the skilled positions filled, its time to find someone to block for them, with that 8th pick.

Here is a list of the young players that will make a huge impact in the future of the Oakland Raiders offense and that will benefit from the Hue Jackson Effect.

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