This may be one of the most important off seasons in franchise history for the Oakland Raiders. With general manager Reggie McKenzie entering his third season as the leader of an NFL team’s fooball operations it seems a fitting time to take a look at what he has done while in office. Earlier I posted a list of the five worst moves by McKenzie.
But while he has received a lot of heat for the poor rosters that the Raiders have put together, not all he has done was bad. Despite being faced with nearly impossible odds stemming from a lack of draft picks and cap space, McKenzie did admirably at times, signing some talented players for good price tags.
So without further ado, here is a list of the five best moves he has made as general manager: