Wide Receiver: Michael Crabtree
Crabtree’s legacy as a clutch wideout began in Week 1 of the 2016 season when he caught a thrilling two-point conversion against the Saints in New Orleans. From that point forward, King Crab became Derek Carr’s go-to guy in seemingly every crunch time situation. While his tenure with the team was short, Crabtree gave Raiders fans a ton of memorable moments.
Wide Receiver: Amari Cooper
Amari Cooper may be in the bad graces of the Raider Nation at the present time, but we can’t forget all he accomplished throughout his tenure in Oakland. Two 1,000-yard receiving seasons matched by two Pro Bowl selections is quite an impressive collection of accomplishments to put together in just three-and-a-half years. Though he no longer represents the shield, Amari Cooper will certainly be remembered as a key playmaker during his era of Raiders football.
Tight End: Jared Cook
During the 2018 season, Jared Cook filled a void that had existed for too long in Oakland. Cook’s 896 yards on 68 receptions this year lived up to the high standards for Raiders Tight Ends set by legends like Dave Casper and Todd Christensen. Though there wasn’t much to celebrate this season, Raider fans knew they could at least expect to see some highlights from their Pro Bowl Tight End when they turned on the TV on Sunday morning.