Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Raiders 3 Games Stats Summary


















Offensive Stats throught 3 games:
Offensive CategoryOaklandRank
Scoring22.313
Yards per Game341.315
Rushing YPG159.33
Rushing YPA4.83
Passing YPG182.025
Passing YPC11.814
Passing Completion %62.7%18
Turnovers Allowed828
Sacks Allowed926
Time of Possession33:174
3rd Down Conversion44.4%13













Defensive Statistics Through 3 games:
Defensive CategoryOaklandRank
Scoring27.725
Yards per Game381.727
Rushing YPG125.722
Rushing YPA4.829
Passing YPG256.025
Passing YPC11.916
Passing Completion %64.2%23
Turnovers Created69
Sacks Created521
3rd Down Conversion45.5%23













Special Teams Statistical Summary:
Special Teams CategoryOaklandRank
Punting Net Yards46.02
Inside 20 %50%5
Punt Return Avg.1.331
Punt Return Coverage12.025
Field Goal %55.6%28
Touchbacks101
Kick Return Avg.21.127
Kick Retun Coverage41.132

4 Comments:

Blogger x said...

All I can say is...If I were Shane Lechler, I'd be pissed that I had to share a card with perpetual choker Janikowski.

(Great stat roundup Calico)

7:07 PM  
Blogger nyraider said...

I guess I'm more surprised at the problems we've had on defense than the success we've had on offense.

64.2% passing against our D is miserable. That must improve.

Conversely, on O, I wouldn't guess we'd be ranked 15 at 7.37 YPA with our dink and dunk approach.

5:40 AM  
Anonymous Tooz 72 said...

Well, we can rush, take our time on offense, and punt far. That's a start.

Calico, great to be back with you this year. I spread the blog gospel to a guy in my carpool yesterday. Said he might stop by.

Last year I called 2 wins and was right, and there is no pride in that. This year, I called 6 wins and I still think it's in reach.

I'm counting on Culpepper for exactly what he is -- a seasoned vet who makes a good placeholder till our young buck is ready to go. That means this season for sure, and maybe part or all of next. I also want him to be Obi Wan Kenobi for JaMRuss. Let's be clear: Culpepper is not the QB of the future for this team. JaMRuss is. But if Culpepper steps up and leads, he could add 10x the value to the organization, the players on the field, and JaMRuss as he does as QB.

I have to give the Boy Wonder (Kiffin) credit on the offensive scheme. It is still a hair predictable, but overall the play calling looks suspiciously like a modern scheme. I hope the Senile One continues to let him modernize and call his shots like he sees them.

I'm scratching my head on the D. What happened? Is it personnel or have they completely changed philosophy? The one shining feature from last year is tarnished this year.

Let's enjoy watching this team develop this year!

5:41 PM  
Anonymous Tooz 72 said...

Well he sure was the QB of TODAY. Holy moly! Pack your bags, McCown...

2:15 PM  

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