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So the Raiders didn’t get Le’Veon Bell. Take heart because that money would be better spent on a few of these players."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Raiders StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Raiders NewsYahoo Raiders Team PageYahoo Raiders ReportYahoo Raiders Depth ChartYahoo Raiders TransactionsYahoo Raiders PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁昇FL Free AgencyRaiders Free Agency 2019Free agency wish list: Top 25 free agents still available as free agency near official openingNew Womens Antonio Brown Jersey ,93commentsSo the Raiders didn’t get Le’Veon Bell. Take heart because that money would be better spent on a few of these players.PDTShareTweetShareShareFree agency wish list: Top 25 free agents still available as free agency near official openingRaj Mehta-USA TODAY SportsI know, I know, Raider Nation was all geared up to welcome Le’Veon Bell to the Raiders. It sucks to get your hopes up only to have the dashed. Well, stop it. Pick yourself up off the floor, dust yourself off, and focus on the task still in front of you. Namely that there’s a lot more free agents out there who can help this team.Bell got an average of over $13 million per season from the Jets. He may be worth that, but the Raiders have plenty of big fish to fry and that money can be put to good use on other positions now. How about one of these guys:Raiders fans: Subscribe to the Silver and Black Pride podcast1. ED Ezekiel Ansah, 292. ED Justin Houston, 303. LB K.J. Wright, 294. TE Jared Cook, 315. RB Tevin Coleman, 256. ED Markus Golden, 287. CB Ronald Darby, 258. CB Bryce Callahan, 279. G Mike Iupati, 3110. RB Marshawn Lynch, 3211. RB Jay Ajayi, 2512. RB Mark Ingram, 2913. WR Tyrell Williams, 2714. CB Darqueze Dennard Antonio Brown Jersey White , 2715. ED Michael Johnson, 32 16. ED Chris Long, 3317. OT Daryl Williams, 2618. ED Alex Okafor, 2819. S Clayton Geathers, 2620. WR Kevin White, 2621. TE Tyler Eifert, 2822. S Tre Boston, 2623. G Stefen Wisniewski, 2924. ED Shaquil Barrett, 2625. S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, 26Others: C Nick Easton, LB Vincent Rey, S Glover Quin, S Anthony Harris, ED Shane RayNote: There are high profile free agents out there who are not listed here because I don’t see them right for the Raiders for various reasons. Such as S Earl Thomas, DT Ndamukong Suh, and WR Golden Tate.Correction: This list initially mistakenly included LB Avery Williamson who is not a free agent.Follow @LeviDamien Obviously, the Raiders currently have quite an arsenal of draft capital in order to address the holes on the team. However, the majority of fans tend to have bloated expectations for the players..."Obviously Bo Jackson Jersey White , the Raiders currently have quite an arsenal of draft capital in order to address the holes on the team. However, the majority of fans tend to have bloated expectations for the players their team will select in the draft. This goes for players selected not just in early rounds of the draft, but for those taken later on as well. Before getting into the details of what teams can expect from the players added to the team, let’s take a quick look at the draft picks the Raiders currently hold, which are as follows:Round 1, Pick 4Round 1, Pick 24Round 1, Pick 27Round 2, Pick 35Round 4, Pick 106Round 5, Pick 140Round 7, Pick 218Round 7, Pick 235Obviously that’s a lot of potential to draft impact players, with three first round picks. However, how much impact can first round picks truly be expected to have? In order to take a very high level overview of this question, I took a sample of 31 years of draft data looking at the expected outcomes based solely on draft round. Obviously, it’s difficult to compare draft picks across positions and as the game has evolved over the decades, so I’ve used career AV as the tool for this. AV has its strengths and weaknesses, but for a high level analysis simply attempting to understand what kind of players can be found in the various rounds of the draft, it’s a tool that can at least provide a decent level of high level guidance. For readers unfamiliar with AV and how it is calculated https://www.raiderslockerroom.com/authentic-derek-carr-jersey , an explanation can be found by following this link. The short version is that AV is an imprecise tool, but it is effective in allowing for players careers to be grouped into buckets in order to determine the likely distribution of outcomes for players. So, without wasting too much time on the specifics, here are the results of more than three decades of draft data based on draft round. Now, to breakdown what those three different AV buckets mean in terms representing actual on-field performance, here are some examples of players who fall into the various buckets for representative purposes. Darren Woodson: 108Tim Brown: 104Matt Millen: 67Nnamdi Asomugha: 62Derek Carr: 46Darren McFadden: 39Gabe Jackson: 27Rolando McClain: 26Justin Fargas: 19Menelik Watson: 11It’s readily apparent looking at the chart that the expected outcomes between the first round and the second round are not hugely different, and that explains why teams such as the Seahawks routinely trade back into the top of the second. It was nearly a decade and a half ago that researchers showed that the first picks in the second round were where the most value in the draft could be found, and the rookie wage scale only works to further enforce this value spot in the draft. Specifically, looking at a sampling of the salaries for players based on where they are drafted, the difference between financial obligations between the top of the first and the top of the second are stark. Add in that the financial guarantees at the top of the first are far, far greater than for either the late first of the first half of the second round, and the advantages of trading down show through even more. Specifically, those contracts at the top of the first round are fully guaranteed, meaning that regardless of whether a player taken at 1.4 plays themselves into the Hall of Fame discussion like Jonathon Ogden, Philip Rivers or Charles Woodson, or whether they are a massive bust along the lines of Art Sclichter, Gaines Adams or Aaron Curry, that contract is fully guaranteed. For cap and cash purposes, that is a big commitment on a player who is a flip of a coin regarding development into an impact player. Through this week I’ll be continuing this series by digging deeper into each of the draft picks the Raiders hold in order to gain a better understanding of what kind of expectations fans can realistically hold for the players they select in the draft this week.
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