Oakland Raiders: Examining The Offensive Line's Performance

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Oakland Raiders: Examining The Offensive Line's Performance
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Contrary to what people think, the offensive line's performance wasn't horrific on Sunday.

It wasn't that good, but Jason Campbell could've done much better.

How can I prove this?

Well, I devised six statistics to measure each blocker's effectiveness.

They are positive, negative, and neutral run and pass blocks for each play.

To be positive, the blocker must have either won his individual battle or successfully helped double team a defender.

To be negative, the blocker must have lost his individual battle. 

To be neutral, the block must be too inconclusive to see who won the battle, or the block didn't' have an effect on the play at all.

Note: This slideshow only shows 3 quarters of action. The 4th quarter was a bad overall indication because many of the Titan players had given up.

Note #2: If it says N/A, that means the player did not register for any of these type of blocks.

Note #3: This slideshow does not show sacks given up.

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