Ok, hands down...a category the Raiders own.
First and foremost, Ray Guy. For most of the Raider Nation, this was a player that should have been in the Hall of Fame decades ago.
For the NFL, this was the player that made the Punter a normal player position, not a standby quarterback who needed to do something else.
Ray Guy was well known for setting the standard for hang time, but also for allowing his teammates, like Ted Hendricks time to get downfield and either force a fumble, or pin the opposing team deep.
Probably his best two moments, was the pulling down of a high snap in the Super Bowl against the Redskins. Had he failed to pull the ball down, the Redskins could have the ball deep in Raiders' territory. His other moment? Punting and having Bum Phillips take the ball to test it for Helium!
On to the Present. Shane Lechler is again, top of the field at the present for the NFL. All season long the Raiders' punter was challenging a record set back in 1940. Shane fell short by .3 yard, and he punted 61 more times than Sammy Baugh did.
Again, both players are the best at what they did, when they did it. Ray was gifted at putting his team in a position to win the game, by forcing opponents to go the length of the field, while Lechler simply has the better leg to do it—and do it consistently...your choice.