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The Raiders’ 2006 Draft—Good Quality

Published by on April 30, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

It's time to grade the Raiders on their 2006 draft. For grading criteria, if the player made it to the Pro Bowl, he gets an A. If he has started at least 22 games (1.5 seasons) he gets a B. C's are still on the team. D's are still in the NFL. F's are no longer in the NFL. Plus and minuses are subjective.

Round One, Pick Seven: Michael Huff, S, Texas

39 starts, 191 tackles, one sack, one safety, one interception, 17 passes defensed. Huff is more of a tweener safety at this point. But since all teams do against the Raiders is run, I'm not going to put a minus on him.

Grade: B

Round Two, Pick 38: Thomas Howard, OLB, Texas El-Paso

47 starts, 302 tackles, two sacks, 17 passes defen...

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