PFF analyst, Khaled Elsayed ranked the top 5 and bottom 5 offseason team moves. Our hated rivals were in the top 5 with this description: Oakland Big move: Well, in truth there really wasn't one, but… Under-the-radar pickup: Faced with little room to maneuver because of salary-cap restrictions and with one of the weakest rosters in the NFL, the Raiders had to get creative to get competitive. Mission accomplished, as Reggie McKenzie picked up a number of role players discarded by other teams who have fit in well to create a team better than anyone would have predicted. Vance Walker, Rashad Jennings, Kevin Burnett, Mike Jenkins and many others might not be the flashiest signings, but they've likely bought this front office another year and put this team on the right path. Elsewhere: Tony Pashos has had an interesting couple of years. The league's obsession with getting younger meant he wasn't exactly in demand. But, outside of being overmatched against J.J. Watt in Week 11, he has delivered the goods when he's been on the field, ensuring that a team that might have seen him as third string is now starting him and letting its rookie second-rounder (Menelik Watson) develop. The Chiefs were not mentioned at all.