We can speculate until the cows come home <a title="Antonio Brown Raiders Jersey" href="https://www.raiderslockerroom.com/authentic-antonio-brown-jersey">Antonio Brown Raiders Jersey</a> , but the likelihood of how things will go down doesn’t quite seem real until the oddsmakers weigh in. That’s because for them, whether they make or lose a..."We can speculate until the cows come home, but the likelihood of how things will go down doesn’t quite seem real until the oddsmakers weigh in. That’s because for them, whether they make or lose a lot of money depends on getting the line right.The odds-makers over at www.MyTopSportsbooks.com have their latest odds and betting lines. Some of them about things that matter, some for things that are less crucial.Most notable among the odds is that of trading their pick, for which the Raiders have the third best odds. The odds-makers favor the Jets (4/5) as the most likely team to trade a top pick, with the 49ers (2/1), Raiders (3/1) and Cardinals (3/1) not far behind. They have also set the Over/Under on total trades by the end of the first round at 6.5. This is after the Chiefs already traded their first round pick to Seattle today.Raiders are also 4/1 odds to pick a QB.And they really don’t think Josh Jacobs’s draft stock is all it’s being hyped up to be. We are in agreement on that one.Here are those odds as well as some other interesting odds.Odds to be the #1 Pick1. Kyler Murray: 1/22. Nick Bosa: 4/13. Quinnen Williams: 7/14. FIELD: 99/1Odds the following team trades their first pick1. Arizona: 3/12. 49ers: 2/13. Jets: 4/54. Raiders: 3/15. Buccaneers: 6/1Odds to select a QB in the first round1. Arizona: 2/52. NY Giants: 3/43. Denver: 2/14. Cincinnati: 3/15. Miami: 3/16. Oakland: 4/17. Washington: 5/1Odds the Raiders do not trade any of their #1 picks: 2/1Odds Josh Rosen is traded before the end of the first round: 5/2Over/Under QB’s selected in Round #1: 3.5 (over -175; under +175)Over/under on number of 2019 First Round picks traded between April 24 and the end of the first round: 6.5Player in Daniel Jeremiah’s top 32 that will fall the farthest from his ranking:1. Josh Jacobs (#8, RB): 3/22. Jeffrey Simmons (#15, DT): 5/13. Devin Bush (#9, DB): 9/14. Christian Wilkins (#7, DT): 11/15. Noah Fant (#13, TE): 14/1Odds to be the last player of the 22 players attending left in the green room1. Josh Jacobs: 4/12. Brian Burns: 6/13. Andre Dillard: 8/14. Marquise Brown: 9/15. Christian Wilkins: 10/16. DeAndre Baker: 12/17. Devin Bush 15/18. DK Metcalf: 18/1Follow @LeviDamien In his time with the Raiders, Amari Cooper was a man of few words. He was quiet and shy and would often respond to questions with one or two word answers. Now and then, however <a title="Womens Antonio Brown Jersey" href="https://www.raiderslockerroom.com/authentic-antonio-brown-jersey">Womens Antonio Brown Jersey</a> , he would say..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesSilver And Black Pride homepageHorizontal - WhiteSilver And Black Pridean Oakland Raiders communityFollow Silver And Black Pride online:Follow Silver And Black Pride on TwitterFollow Silver And Black Pride on FacebookLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchSilver And Black Pride main menuFanpostsFanshotsRaidersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Raiders StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Raiders NewsYahoo Raiders Team PageYahoo Raiders ReportYahoo Raiders Depth ChartYahoo Raiders TransactionsYahoo Raiders PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Former Raiders WR Amari Cooper sets 2019 goal with Cowboys of 2000 yards LOLNew,147commentsPDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Former Raiders WR Amari Cooper sets 2019 goal with Cowboys of 2000 yards LOLTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for SiriusXMIn his time with the Raiders, Amari Cooper was a man of few words. He was quiet and shy and would often respond to questions with one or two word answers. Now and then, however, he would say something that suggested he had more confidence than he let on. And more confidence than his play often showed.Since being traded to the Cowboys midway through last season, he has come out of his shell a bit more. Today he apparently told Pro Football Talk that he is setting a goal of 2000 yards for next season.It would seem his on-field goals are as lofty as his contract demands.Aside from the fact that no receiver has ever had 2000 receiving yards in a season, Cooper himself has never come anywhere close to that in any single season in his career. His career best is 1153 yards which he put up in his second season in 2016. Though, to be fair, he averaged 80.6 yards per game in nine games with the Cowboys last season which would add up to a new career best of 1290 yards over a full 16 games.Even at that clip, playing easily the best football of his career, he was still over 700 yards away from his new goal. I guess in terms of setting unachievable goals helping him to always reach for more it makes sense. But it would mean a lot more coming from, say, Antonio Brown, whose career best is 1834 yards and who has averaged over 1500 yards the past six seasons.Follow @LeviDamien

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