The Oakland Raiders roster was improved dramatically this offseason, and some franchise single-season records could fall in 2019
The 2019 NFL season could be a special one for the Oakland Raiders, who will be entering Year No. 2 with Jon Gruden back as the head coach. This offseason, Gruden teamed with new general manager Mike Mayock to bring in some talented players, and the team is sure to improve off a four-win season in 2018.
Looking at some potential Raiders records that could be broken this upcoming season, there are three single-season marks that could be threatened. The Raiders have more talent on their roster than they have in quite some time, and with a solid coaching staff, you have to like their chances of turning around a franchise that has one winning season since 2002.
As we inch closer to training camp, which is slated to kick off in under three weeks from now, you cannot help but get excited about what the next five months could bring. In their final season in Oakland, there could be some long-standing single-season records that are finally broken.
Here are three single-season records that could fall in 2019.