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Fantasy Football: 5 Oakland Raiders Who Will Benefit From QB Matt Schaub

5 Oakland Raiders Who Will Benefit From New QB Matt Schaub

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The Oakland Raiders have signed veteran quarterback Matt Schaub, and the fantasy outlook for several of the Raiders appears to be improving. You won't find the next Josh Gordon or Keenan Allen in this group, but you could find some sneaky pickups for the 2014 fantasy football season.

Here are five Oakland Raiders who will benefit from Matt Schaub as the starting quarterback.

5. Marcel Reece

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5. Marcel Reece

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Fullback Marcel Reece was selected for the 2013 Pro Bowl, and he could have another good year with Matt Schaub as his quarterback. Reece had 331 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns last season, and he could increase his touchdown total in 2014. He is a super deep sleeper, but Reece may have some weeks where he can be fantasy relevant because of his rushing and pass-catching ability.

4. Rod Streater

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4. Rod Streater

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Rod Streater is very close to becoming fantasy relevant. In 2013, Steater accumulated 888 receiving yards and caught four touchdown passes. If Streater becomes the favorite target of Schaub, the wide receiver could finish the year as a top-20 player at his position.

3. Denarius Moore

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3. Denarius Moore

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Denarius Moore is another receiver for the Raiders who could become fantasy relevant with Matt Schaub as the signal caller. Moore had 695 receiving yards and caught five touchdown passes in 2013.

2. Darren McFadden

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2. Darren McFadden

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If Matt Schaub can get Darren McFadden more involved in the passing attack, McFadden would be able to stay healthy and have a great fantasy season. The running back had 507 receiving yards and three touchdown catches in 2010, so he could return as a dual-threat back in 2014.

1. James Jones

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1. James Jones

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James Jones is set to become the favorite target of Schaub in the 2014 season. Jones has been a major factor in fantasy football in previous seasons, and he could return as a reliable fantasy option.