Hansen Hype: Leftover AFC West Hot Links, July 5th
What's better than leftover, refrigerated, processed meat? Just about everything, so satisfy your American football craving with some hot links from around the league.
DJ Siddiqi looks at how many snaps Ronnie Hillman should receive in 2012. He's on the mark. Hillman should receive at least 30-40 percent of the snaps and potentially a lot more.
Ex-Raiders' offensive lineman Mario Henderson has lost 50 pounds since April, and he's been the primary backup to Jared Gaither at left tackle throughout the offseason program.
Kevin Abblitt looks at a few things that must happen for the Chargers to have success in 2012. While Abblitt makes excellent points, the cornerbacks remain a major concern, and the front seven will have to make up for their issues with a good pass rush.
Evan Silva of Rotoworld.com charted every Philip Rivers interception in 2012 and came to an interesting conclusion: most of Rivers passes were the result of a lack of arm strength or poor decision making. Silva thinks we may have seen the best of Rivers.
Brett Gering asks, "Where does the Kansas City Chief's front-7 rank in the AFC?" I've got them in the nine to 12 range.
The NFL will allow stadiums to show the exact same replays the replay official sees when a play is under review. According to the article, "Fans will get to see the exact angles the refs sees, in order to better inform their heckling."
According to three years worth of data from ProFootballFocus.com, former Raiders' linebackers Kirk Morrison and Thomas Howard are in the top 10 in tackling efficiency. So why was the Raiders run defense so terrible when they were starters? Food for thought.
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