Poole adds final 25 to Raiders 50 greatest
No. 26: Daryle Lamonica (1967-74). Two-time AFL MVP QB had 10 300-yard games.
No. 27: Marv Hubbard (1969-75). Three-time Pro Bowl FB punished tacklers.
No. 28: Phil Villapiano (1971-79). Intense spiritual leader was four-time Pro Bowl LB.
No. 29: Rich Gannon (1999-04). Fiery QB helped change culture, voted '02 NFL MVP.
No. 30: Ray Chester (1970-72, 1978-81). TE made four Pro Bowls, won ring in '81.
No. 31: Henry Lawrence (1974-86). Two Super Bowl starts, two Pro Bowls for OT.
No. 32: Wayne Hawkins (1960-69). Five-time AFL All-Star G never played in NFL.
No. 33: Matt Millen (1980-88). Two Super Bowls, one Pro Bowl for high-strung LB.
No. 34: Steve Wisniewski (1989-01). Eight-time Pro Bowl G deserved better teams.
No. 35: Pete Banaszak (1966-78). Two Super Bowls, 51 TDs, RB assisted on "Holy Roller."
No. 36: Art Powell (1963-66). Four-time AFL All-Star first in long line of swift WRs.
No. 37: Tom Keating (1966-72). Lightning quick DT was two-time AFL All-Star.
No. 38: Vann McElroy (1982-90). Last Raiders S with multiple Pro Bowls and a ring.
No. 39: Charles Woodson (1998-05). Despite four Pro Bowls, CB could've been better.
No. 40: Clarence Davis (1971-78). RB third on team's all-time postseason rushing list.
No. 41: Warren Wells (1967-70). Explosive WR had 42 TDs, averaged 23.1 per catch.
No. 42: Terry McDaniel (1988-97). Superb CB, five Pro Bowls, only two playoff wins.
No. 43: Bo Jackson (1987-90). Electrifying RB a legend in four years of part-time duty.
No. 44: Ben Davidson (1964-71). Massive DE symbolized Eleven Angry Men defense.
No. 45: Lincoln Kennedy (1996-03). Massive OT was leader on last quality teams.
No. 46: Nnamdi Asomugha (2003-current). Best cover CB in the game, horrible teams.
No. 47: Dan Conners (1964-74). Rugged LB was rock on '67 AFL title team.
No. 48: Harry Schuh (1965-70). Two-time AFL All-Star OT a leader on offense.
No. 49: Chester McGlockton (1992-97). Four Pro Bowls, one winning season for DT.
No. 50: Rod Woodson (2002-03). Without S, team doesn't reach Super Bowl XXXVII.