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I've already touched on how the continuity in their offensive scheme and Al Saunders' familiarity with Campbell will help the Raiders' offense.
But what about their defense?
On defense, the Raiders brought in Chuck Bresnahan, Greg Biekert, Rod Woodson and Kevin Ross to help coach on the defensive side of the ball.
As we all know, by order of Al Davis, the Raiders will continue to run the same archaic defense that they have always run: 4-3, man coverage, single high safety.
The reason these coaches will help the Raiders is simple: they've all had success either playing or coaching such a defense.
Chuck Bresnahan coached the Raiders to the Super Bowl while running such a defense, while Woodson and Biekert played in that defense.
The new coaches will use their experience to teach the players how to be succesful in man coverage.