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Frostee Rucker Jersey , 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 Maxx Crosby, ED, Eastern MichiganMeasurables6’5", 255 pounds4.66 40-yqrd dash36-inch vertical leap122-inch broad jump6.89 second 3-cone4.13 second shuttleStats2016: 35 tackles, 5.5 TFL,..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Raiders StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Raiders NewsYahoo Raiders Team PageYahoo Raiders ReportYahoo Raiders Depth ChartYahoo Raiders TransactionsYahoo Raiders PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Raiders Draft 2019NFL Draft 2019 scouting report: ‘Mad’ Maxx Crosby has massive potential at defensive endNew,156commentsPDTShareTweetShareShareNFL Draft 2019 scouting report: ‘Mad’ Maxx Crosby has massive potential at defensive endJake Roth-USA TODAY SportsMaxx Crosby, ED, Eastern MichiganMeasurables6’5”, 255 pounds4.66 40-yqrd dash36-inch vertical leap122-inch broad jump6.89 second 3-cone4.13 second shuttleStats2016: 35 tackles, 5.5 TFL, 1.5 sacks2017: 57 tackles Maxx Crosby Oakland Raiders Jersey , 16.5 TFL, 11.5 sacks, 4 forced fumbles (1 returned for TD)2018: 70 tackles, 19 TFL, 7.5 sacks, 4 forced fumbles, 1 INT returned for TDAwards2017, 2018 All-MAC SelectionStrengthsCrosby feasted on MAC offensive tackles, and had a penchant for getting into the backfield and creating havoc. He exhibited consistent production in sacks and tackels for loss, amassing 20 sacks and an eye-popping 41 TFL in his three years at Eastern Michigan. After he declared for the draft he was invited to the Combine, where he absolutely crushed all his drills and made his name known to those who may not have heard of him. He was top-five in nearly every drill at his position and tested better than many more highly touted prospects.Offensive linemen had their hands full with Crosby’s big frame and his ability to shed blocks with ease. Blockers rarely get their hands on Crosby, it’s like trying to block smoke. He’s slippery for a guy his size and never gives up on a play, constantly looking for a way to make an impact or force a fumble. He uses his superior length to create turnovers and get his hands on the ball or ball carrier often. His reflexes are terrific and he is a lot more twitchy than you might expect given his lanky frame. Crosby is adept as a pass rusher but is equally skilled in run defense, and his ability to set a physical edge is above average.WeaknessesThat long and spindly frame is Crosby’s best asset and also biggest potential weakness, because he doesn’t exhibit any muscle definition and lacks the strength that most edge rushers have so they can deal with the hulking tackles in the NFL. This isn’t the MAC and Crosby absolutely has to get bigger and stronger. He could stand to pack about 20 more pounds of pure muscle onto his frame. He’s all limbs right now and needs to get stronger and bigger in his core. When he does that, he will also have to learn how to use his hands more effectively when rushing because he won’t be able to just blow by NFL tackles like he is accustomed to doing. He also can’t letpotential tackles get away, as his lack of upper-body strength led to some ball-carriers escaping his grasp in college. That won’t fly in the pros. A season with Deuce Gruden should turn Crosby into an absolute monster because he has all the athleticism you could possibly want in a base 4-3 defensive end.VerdictPrior to the Combine, Crosby was seen as a sixth or seventh rounder. After his fantastic showing in Indianapolis, he moved up into Day 2 consideration. For Mike Mayock to land him in the fourth is a steal and he might be the best value pick in the draft for the Raiders. He has bigger potential than a lot of the players taken before him and can be the true bull in a china-shop defensive end the Raiders lacked last year.Fit With RaidersThe Raiders needed to add edge rushing in this draft and they did just that, first with Clelin Ferrell and then with Crosby. If Crosby develops into his full potential, he and Ferrell will be fantastic bookend defensive ends and with Maurice Hurst in the middle, opposing quarterbacks will feel the heat from every direction at all times. Crosby may not start right away but when he does, he will bring an opportunistic playmaking style to the Raider defense that it has sorely lacked recently.Watch Maxx Crosby’s highlights here
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