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Four Plays the Oakland Raiders Can Utilize for a More Exciting Offense in 2009

Last season, the Raiders' anemic offense ranked 29th in the league in scoring (16.4 points per game) and notched just 27 offensive touchdowns. Most importantly, Oakland's attack lacked big play ability.

However, Tom Cable comes in having coordinated potent offenses in college. Here is a list of potential plays that may be used more often this season to help alleviate the Raiders' scoring woes.  


1. The End Zone Fade

Why It's Available

Oakland has an inexperienced group of receivers, but they are wideouts with the size and athleticism to compete for jump balls in the end zone. Chaz Schilens (6'4", 225), Darrius Heyward-Bey (6'2", 210), and Louis Mu...

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