Sterling Moore has looked like a shutdown corner this preseason.
I wouldn't get too hyped about that though because most of the receivers he has covered aren't on an NFL team now. But I will say he's worth working with on the practice squad for this season.
The Raiders are deeper than they've shown during the preseason with five corners and safety Michael Huff able to play the position. Chimdi Chekwa was hurt for a lot of the preseason but has looked good since coming back.
Joe Porter looks to have come alive, breaking up passes and we await the progress of Demarcus Van Dyke. Stanford Routt and Chris Johnson were both statistically top-five corners last year.
Johnson has been injured but he's expected to play opening night.
Should something go wrong at some point with Johnson's injury, Moore will probably get the call to go up. But that doesn't mean he will play because the Raiders are trying to make progress with Van Dyke and Chekwa.
The fact the Porter made the team tells me they like him too.
But Moore has looked really good so I can't count him out.
Therefore, I'm giving him a seven.