Oakland up 4 SLOTS
Former All-Pro left guard Richie Incognito will make his season debut this week at Minnesota. Incognito served a two-game suspension dating from violations in 2017, before his retirement and year away from football. Jordan Devey had been starting in his place. Usually, the return of a 36-year-old to a team's starting lineup would not be the most optimistic news of the week, but such is the state of the offensive line labor market. In other team news, right tackle Trent Brown couldn't finish the loss against Kansas City due to a sore knee and Brown did not practice on Wednesday. Brandon Parker finished the game for Brown and could get the call again. Parker is an interesting prospect in his second season out of North Carolina A&T. Parker had a trial by fire as a rookie, starting twelve games last season for Donald Penn. The ranks are assuming Brown can go, and if not, Parker will do a decent job. Right guard Gabe Jackson (MCL knee sprain) is still not ready (Denzelle Good has been decent in replacement) but overall this line has clawed out of the low-tier. The Raiders' offensive line grades as a mid-tier option, assuming Incognito can still play at a high level.