Las Vegas Raiders: 4 possible first-time All-Pros in 2021
Starting off the list is also the newest Raider, as Yannick Ngakoue is coming off a strange season in which he was traded twice, first to the Minnesota Vikings and then the Baltimore Ravens. The awkward musical chairs of teams were not from the lack of talent of Ngakoue.
The Vikings, coming off a playoff season the year before, traded for the disgruntled former Jacksonville Jaguar in the 2020 offseason. With the Vikings struggling and seeming out of playoff contention, they Ngakoue to the playoff-hopeful in the Baltimore Ravens.
With his contract expiring, the Vikings had no cap room to extend the former Pro Bowl player anyway. Despite the shifting around, Ngakoue still managed to get eight sacks for the season. The pass rush specialist is arguably the best pass rusher the Raiders have had since the previously mentioned Mack and will look to have an immediate impact.
Not only is the probability high for Ngakoue to make an All-Pro team, but he could also possibly have the highest odds compared to all Raider players. Especially considering with not much behind in him in terms of competition outside of Maxx Crosby, his snap count should be one of the highest on the team.