NFL Power Rankings: June Edition

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player. 28. <p>What separates the Raiders from the five teams ranked behind them is their quarterback situation. No, Derek Carr can’t be called a star of the future quite yet, but he progressed nicely in his rookie season and is primed for a big sophomore campaign. Not only did the Raiders draft Amari Cooper and sign Michael Crabtree, but they also added receiving specialist Roy Helu to the backfield. Week 1 will mark the first time since the Rich Gannon era that the Raiders will start the same quarterback in consecutive seasons. Don’t be surprised if the Raiders turn heads in 2015, although for now they remain a cellar-dweller.</p> <p><span style=. AFC West. 2014: 3-13. Oakland Raiders. 27

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