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2013 Team Outlook: Oakland Raiders

A fantasy football preview of the Oakland Raiders this season. Profiled players include Terrelle Pryor, Matt Flynn, Tyler Wilson, Rashad Jennings, and Darren McFadden.
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Kasa is a project who played most of his college ball at defensive end. If you're scouring the backup ranks for TE talent, you can still find plenty of players more polished and with higher upside than him.

Janikowski connected on a career-high 91 per cent of his field goal attempts last season and didn't miss at all from inside the 50-yard line. Though strong-legged and reliable, his scoring could be limited by Oakland's middling offense.

It will take more than the return of 37-year-old Charles Woodson to shore up this leaky defense. Oakland's D may have occasional value as a spot play but likely won't be worth drafting in standard fantasy leagues.

 
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