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2010 NFL Draft: By Act of God, the Oakland Raiders Are Now Contenders in the AFC

In 2005, some sports writers wrote that the addition of Randy Moss made the Oakland Raiders an "instant contender," which of course was far from the ensuing reality.

Since 2005, the NFL draft has been an expose for track stars and raw talent for the Raiders.

By acquiring Moss in 2005, the Raiders in effect passed on quarterback Aaron Rodgers.  That was after a 2004 draft in which the Raiders opted for Robert Gallery instead of Philip Rivers or Ben Roethlisberger (thank goodness). 

In 2006, the Raiders opted for Michael Huff instead of Matt Leinart and Jay Cutler.

In 2007, the Raiders finally bit and used its top pick on quarterback JaMarcus Russell from LSU.  On the same day, the Raiders sent Randy Moss to New England for a fourth-round pick.
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