Sadly, we've come to the point where Al Davis and the Raiders get praised simply for not having an embarrassingly-dysfunctional offseason. An NFL-record seven straight seasons with 11 losses or more will have that impact on expectations.
A 2010 offseason that would be considered average – if not underwhelming – for any other franchise is being heralded as a possible turning point in Oakland. It’s like the Raiders have become the NFL’s version of the stupid kid who gets gold stars for scoring above 50 percent on a spelling test.
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