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Oakland Raiders finally beat the Patriots, Browns, Jaguars and Vikings at something (1)

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It has been a miserable season for the Oakland Raiders thus far, they are 0-5 and have already fired their head coach from the start of the season Dennis Allen.

Allen was relieved of his duties following a heavy defeat in the first game held at Wembley Stadium this year and since then the Raiders fans have had little to cheer.

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This past weekend they suffered a loss at the hands of the San Diego Chargers but put in a terrific offensive performance and were close to causing an upset in the all-California clash.

Despite already having lost to the New England Patriots in week three, Oakland have still bested some of the NFL's top teams in one department.

The teams include the Patriots, Minnesota Vikings, Cleveland Browns and Jacksonville Jaguars.

They clearly bested them when it came to drafting a Quarterback in this years NFL Draft with these five teams taking the first five QB's this year, and the only ones before the fourth round.

So looking at those five Quarterbacks alone, who has done the best so far?

What do you think GiveMeSport fans? Which Quarterback has impressed you the most in their short NFL career?

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