Quarterback: Derek Carr
This was perhaps the most obvious selection I had to make, as Carr is unquestionably the best quarterback I’ve watched in my years of Raiders fandom. Derek Carr boasts a passer rating of 88.8 and has accumulated a grand total of 122 touchdown passes and 18,739 yards throughout his five years in Oakland. And assuming things go according to plan next season, he should surpass the great Ken Stabler as the Silver and Black’s all-time passing yards leader.
Running Back: Latavius Murray
Murray’s performance in the ground game was a cornerstone of the Raiders offensive success in 2016. That season, Tay-Train plunged into the endzone for a whopping 12 rushing touchdowns, three of which came in a Monday Night Football beatdown against the Denver Broncos on their own home turf. Though the team let him walk the following offseason, Murray gave Raider Nation everything he had in four memorable seasons.
Fullback: Marcel Reece
Another obvious choice, as Marcel Reece was the sole bright spot during one of the darkest eras in the history of Raiders football. Between 2012 and 2014, Reece averaged over four yards per carry and was elected to the Pro Bowl in each of the three seasons.