Examining the Oakland Raiders most underrated strengths and weaknesses heading into training camp

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December 15, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen high-fives offensive tackle Menelik Watson (71) against the Kansas City Chiefs during the first quarter at O.co Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Raider Nation, it has been a long time since I last wrote to you guys. I missed this, hence why I was pleasantly surprised that my credentials still worked as I have not wrote on here since last season.

Some of you may recognize me, many may not, but I was just doing my daily peruse of the internet today checking up on my daily Raiders and Warriors news ( or honestly anything about them I can read ) when I got a text from my girlfriend asking why I haven’t wrote, anything really, for a long time. And really I could blame my two jobs, college stuff or anything, but there is really no excuses as I have always found time to write about things I love, so here I am again.

But enough about me, I will not open up this post in a Matthew Berry way with a ten paragraph story about my family and how it somehow gave me a brand new epiphany into the world of fantasy football, no, you’re here to read my always optimistic opinion about the Raiders team you so dearly love in order to provide some more hope for the season while also quenching your thirst to read anything and everything about the Raiders’ offseason.

So without further ado, the Oakland Raiders most underrated strengths and weaknesses heading into training camp.