The Oakland Raiders are actually making some decent decisions recently. The signing of Jason Campbell may be the surest sign that Al Davis has passed into the next world. Campbell was coming on last year even with an awful offensive line. I’m not going to put a bow on a rubber turd and say happy birthday, but compared to the next guy in this roundup that rubber turd is looking like Godiva. Campbell will upgrade every offensive position in Oakland. He knows how to get the ball to a good tight end so Zack Miller should finally have a shot at getting into the end zone more than once or twice. The running back sitch is still hard to decipher, but whoever gets the starting nod should have a better shot at success.
JaMarcus Russell –– He’s tipping the scales at three bills and is soon to be cut, which will send him into a spiral where his next career move will be a profile on the show Hoarders.
LenDale White — He’s now in a better situation than the one behind Chris Johnson, but still has Forsett and Washington to deal with. Yes, Julius Jones is still there, but he won’t be for long. A little depends on where Leon Washington is in his recovery, but White should get the heavy lifting which means many 1st and 2nd downs and goal line carries. I like this move for him and see him having fantasy value next season.
Leon Washington — L Dub went from one bad situation to another. He has a lot of skill, but will probably be used more as a returner as long as White and Forsett are healthy. I don’t see him being fantasy worthy in Seattle.
Ben Roethlisberger –– He will be the Steelers’ quarterback next year. He has lost Holmes and 4-6 games, but for fantasy he should be usable. But if you have to like your fantasy players then you might be in trouble.
Brian Westbrook — He passed his physical with the Rams. If he ends up with them, there is little chance he’ll be of any fantasy value as long as SJax is healthy.