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Campbell Key For Raiders

2017-03-22 15:29

It’s a match made in heaven for the Oakland Raiders and new quarterback Jason Campbell. The JaMarcus Russell era in Oakland is long gone, as the former number one pick flamed out in his three seasons with the franchise. JaMarcus can be found sipping on “syrup” these days. It is just another in a string of draft-day busts for the silver and black. On the other hand, you have Jason Campbell, former QB of the Washington Redskins, who was ousted upon the team’s trading for Donovan McNabb. Campbell is a physically gifted QB, who was proven he can win games in the NFL. However, Campbell’s progress was severely impeded due to the fact that he had a different offensive coordinator in each of his five seasons in Washington. Campbell was due for a fresh start, and Oakland may be just the place.

Campbell can help the Raiders win a lot more than the Bruce Gradkowski and Russell were able to. Campbell has a laser arm, with the ability to go deep. I expect him and Darrius Heyward-Bey to compliment each other very nicely, much like the relationship that he had with Santana Moss in Washington. The Raiders also put a lot of focus into their offensive line in the draft, hoping to give Campbell some time in the pocket to go through his reads and find the open man. Campbell also has the ability to make something out of nothing, having shown elusiveness to pick up yards on the ground when a play isn’t there.

Having Campbell should also help the Raiders in the run game as well. With the quarterbacks on the roster last year, it was tough for Michael Bush, Darren McFadden, and Justin Fargas to find any room to run. With Campbell stretching the defense, and the secondary having to respect his ability, it should help open up some holes for the backs to be able to pound through. McFadden has yet to live up to the elite talent label that he was given coming out of Arkansas. With finally having a real quarterback in front of him, I expect Run-DMC to have the best season of his career thus far.

The Raiders were 5-11 last season. With Jason Campbell, and a weak division, I could see them improving to the near 500 mark, and perhaps even challenging for the divison. Campbell came from the NFC East, a division labeled the toughest in all of football. The AFC West is a far cry from that, perhaps being the weakest division in football. Campbell does have the expectations of Raider Nation to live up to, but he gives the team a greater chance to succeed than the former quarterbacks did, and the Raiders give Campbell a better chance to succeed than the Redskins did.