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All in all, the Raiders have once again put together a solid offseason. The draft wasn't as good as the last one, but it was still decent.
I gave last year's draft class an A- minus overall, this one gets a B- or C+.
Needs were met and depth was created at some critical spots, but there is only one clear-cut starter in this group, (Wisniewski) as opposed to 2010 in which the Raiders found three impact players in Rolando McClain, Lamarr Houston and Jacoby Ford.
Still a good class considering there wasn't a first-round pick. However, I feel as though the coaching changes will be even more noticeable than the players that were brought in.
Maybe the best move of this offseason was Al Davis going against the grain (again), and re-signing players like Kamerion Wimbley when all the other teams were shying away from spending money with the lockout looming.
Assuming the lockout ends, Davis will once again look like the genius he is.
In the end, this team is better now than this time last year, both on the field and the sideline. 2011 should bring even further improvement for this storied franchise.
What do you say? Where am I right? Where am I wrong? Speak up in the comments.
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