Still shy of the goal, the organization could look to get rid of guard Gabe Jackson. After battling through injuries, the big man’s play has declined in the last couple of years and he could end up as an offseason casualty as a result.
A fifth-round pick is a reasonable amount of compensation for Jackson seeing as the Raiders traded away Kelechi Osemele for that price a year ago. For the purpose of this article, we’ll assume the pick is in the middle of the round which is worth about 35 points and the variance between the value of the first and last pick of the fifth-round isn’t very high anyway.
This transaction brings the total points required down to 129.
With a significant dent made in the original 3,200 number, one more splash is required to make Burrow a Las Vegas Raider.