Jason Campbell enters the 2011 season as the unquestioned starter for the Oakland Raiders, and he has persevered a lot in his football career after being a first-round pick in 2005.
He's had to deal with a revolving door of head coaches and offensive coordinators.
He played four years in college in the dominant SEC where he led the Auburn Tigers to a 13-0 record during his senior year.
He was named the SEC offensive player of the year in 2004 and was ranked fourth in the nation in completion percentage.
Campbell is a good quarterback who still has plenty of football left to play, and he has a great opportunity to become an elite quarterback in Oakland.
Let's take a look at five reasons why Campbell can become elite in Oakland.