While the possibility of making these moves is a bit far-fetched, I think Oakland could very well be staring a very interesting scenario in the face if Texas Tech QB Johnny Manziel is still available when the Raiders are on the clock at selection number five. Here's what I envision would be a bold gamble with potential to be a colossal bust or the move of the decade. Genius if it works. Another predictable Raiders draft disaster if it doesn't.
Assuming Manziel is available at pick number five, how about Oakland drafts Manziel, followed by signing Michael Vick as a Free Agent. Then task Raiders Offensive Coordinator Greg Olson with designing an offense that accentuates the talents of perhaps the most dynamic trio of quarterbacks ever assembled on a single NFL roster, Michael Vick, Terrell Prior and Johnny Manziel. They are all at various stages of their careers, but all three having a similar style of play making ability. If Raiders O-Coordinator Greg Olson is creative enough to dream up an offense utilizes these quarterbacks' unique skill set, then Oakland could be set for a generation.
There are a lot of if's involved with this roster strategy, and certainly GM Reggie McKenzie would be putting his job on the line by pursuing this set of QB's. But the potential payoff is pretty great. Could be the fast track to the Raiders being a contender once again.