There was quite a bit of turnover in Oakland this offseason, with the defense adding up to nine new starters and their starting quarterback leaving for Arizona. With that in mind, it's hard to imagine the Raiders improving much upon their 4-12 record from 2012.
It's not out of the question for the front office, which has always had a propensity for big-name acquisitions, to target a higher-profile quarterback that loses a camp competition elsewhere. Michael Vick, maybe?
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