Offensive Line: Art Shell, Jim Otto, Gene Upshaw, Steve Wisniewski
The Raiders enjoy a long history of having some of the best offensive lineman to ever play the game, and here are our picks for Mount Rushmore.
Art Shell played his entire 15 year career with the Raiders organization, and is highly regarded as one of the best tackles in NFL history. Shell was a member of two Raiders Super Bowl championship teams, and during his Hall of Fame career, he was an eight-time Pro Bowler. He even came back to coach the Raiders to an AFC title game for good measure.
The best center in NFL history, Jim Otto was a dominant force no matter what league he played in. A ten-time All-Star during his AFL days, Otto was a Pro Bowler from 1970-72, his first three seasons in the NFL, and was immortalized when he was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
One of the best players in the history of the NFL, Gene Upshaw is an iconic Raider, and is the best guard to ever put on the Silver and Black. Upshaw played in a Super Bowl for the Raiders in three different decades, and led the team to two victories. A six-time Pro Bowler, Upshaw is immortalized in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
During the course of his Raiders career, Steve Wisniewski missed only two games, and was a Pro Bowler eight times. The Wiz was a member of the 1990s All-Decade Team, and his eight Pro Bowls are tied with Howie Long for the second-most in Raiders history. Though not a Hall of Famer, he is certainly an all-time Raider.