AFC West Free Agency Grades, So Far

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Dec 15, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders tight end Mychal Rivera (81) catches a touchdown pass over Kansas City Chiefs inside linebacker Derrick Johnson (56) in the third quarter at Coliseum. The Chiefs defeated the Raiders 56-31. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

With Free Agency being in full swing for almost three weeks now, there have been plenty big moves in the AFC West and it is time to hand out our Free Agency grades heading into April after March’s FA Frenzy.

Sometimes grades are taken out of context, with no criteria as how a team received that particular grade.In this edition the grading scale is as follows:

A- Team has made significant improvements from last season’s roster

B- Team has made minimal improvements

C- Team has made no significant moves,

D or Lower- Team has lost considerable talent and has yet to replace them.

With that in mind, we will take a look at all of the AFC West teams and what they have done in free agency up to this point.

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  • The Putting Edge

    For RMac to get a B+ after losing Velheer and Houston as wells as the Saffold debacle means the Raiders have been doing work(much needed) …Now we must nail this draft … Then it will be up the coaching staff and the players to turn this ship around!!!

  • bigninaross

    I guess a B+ is pretty fair considering some of these other “expert analyst’s” grades. Its funny how the so called “experts” put down The Raiders for the moves they make saying all these guys are castoffs from other teams that are too old and what not. That’s ok with me because the 2002 team was also full of a bunch of washed up old guys from other teams too, i.e. Rice, Gannon, Garner, Armstrong, Parnell, Rod Woodson, Wheatley….