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NiceNinjaX

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Ninja Goro's Updated AFC W Def Rankings

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I finally had the time (and effort) to add the missing components to the defensive assessment. Adds two major factors : Turnovers and Offensive Field Position. Chiefs' final ranking might surprise you. (it surprised me)

Ninja Goro's Look at Chiefs Offense

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Encouraged by some Chiefs fans (TRSChief, upamtn, kckrazy25) commenting on my defensive analysis on the Raiders' S&BP site, I'm posting a link to my look at the Chiefs' offense here. it's a bit long...

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Ninja Goro looks at the AFC West Defenses

In the 2011 preseason, it appeared that the AFC West was going to be a pretty decent division. The Chiefs, Chargers, and even Raiders were all poised to have solid years and all looked to...

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SRC : Ninja Goro Looks at the STEELERS defense

As we look forward to what the Raiders defense has to offer, I decided to look and analyze the defenses around the League. In particular, I wanted to see what the best defenses, elite defenses,...

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Ninja Goro's Compares Raiders 2010 and 2011 Defenses

In the past few posts, I've looked at the Raiders defense using some statistical analysis. Now, it seems an interesting prospect to look at the 2010 defense and compare it to the 2011 Raiders...

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Ninja Goro's Graphical Analysis of Lechler and the Raiders defense

I've previously looked at Shane Lechler's punting and the Raiders defensive performance, but now I wanted to combine the two and plot the graphs together to get a visual sense of how Shane...

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Ninja Goro's Primer on Field Position

We know what field position is and we know it's importance, but we may not really know exactly how important. How much of a difference does 10 yards make? How much does a kickoff touchback...

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Ninja Goro's Stat look at Marquette King

I did an analysis of Shane Lechler's 2011 year and how impressive it was . At $4M/year, it should be impressive. Moving on and looking to the future, we have an undrafted free agent rookie...

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Ninja Goro's Statistical Look at Shane Lechler's Value

How much is Shane Lechler worth? How much is any punter worth to the success of the team. The ambiguous "Field position" is either highly exaggerated in importance or highly minimized. And while...

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Ninja Goro's 1 Week Post-Draft Compilation

It's one week after the draft and I've put together my first week's worth of cutups for the Raiders class of 2012. I won't have time to do my full study and write up for a while yet, but for now,...

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Ninja Goro's Look at Mike Goodson and Ron Bartell

Celebrating the Ninja Goro bllog site redesign with some posts on Mike Goodson and Ron Bartell. Mike Goodson : [link] Ron Bartell : [link]

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Ninja Goro reviews the 2011 NFL Season with Madden Football

The best reason--and for me, it is the only reason--to get Sirius Satellite Radio is Sirius NFL Radio Channel 88. I listen to The Morning Drive on the way to work and catch Moving the Chains on...

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Ninja Goro's Look at Dave Tollefson

Raiders newest Free Agent acquisition (for now) is Dave Tollefson, a contributor to the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants defense. For the Giants, he was the 4th or 5th defensive lineman,...

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A Ninja Goro Analysis : Defensive Penalties (long)

On Monday, the Dennis Allen era officially began as he and his coaching staff had their first official work-day with the team and for 9 weeks Allen et al are going to begin installing the offensive...

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A Ninja Goro Analysis of Shane Lechler's 2011 Season

Piggy-backing on the front-page article on Shane Lechler as an excuse to post on here on a blog post I made earlier on Shane Lechler's fantastic year punting the ball. Though the Raiders finished...

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A Ninja Goro Look at Philip Wheeler

Former Colts Linebacker Philip Wheeler is the newest Raider. The Colts defense ranked 24th overall, 15 against the pass and 29th against the run. This compared to the Raiders who ranked 29th...

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Tyvon Branch 2011 Highlights

The 2011 Oakland Raiders Defense was bad... historically bad. And yet it had a tremendous amount of talent at all levels. There's athleticism to spare and even into week 17, the sports...

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Rolando McClain Highlights

He is probably the most enigmatic and controversial of the Raiders and is sure to create arguments over his performance and value to the team. What is clear is that he has enormous talent; the...

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Michael Huff Highlights

Michael Huff will be back for the Raiders this coming year and he won't be moved to corner; he'll be the starting free safety. While there were times that Huff was exposed and his mistackles were...

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Richard Seymour Highlights

The Raiders need a good Defensive Tackle rotation. When Richard Seymour is healthy and rested, he is as disruptive a force as there is in the NFL. What plagued him were a few things: (1) Matt...

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Aaron Curry : One reason he wasn't so successful in Seattle

Aaron Curry was interviewed on Friday and among things he said was that Seattle used him in a variety of roles all over the field and did not use him doing what he was best at. And that was one...

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Matt Shaughnessy Highlights

http://youtu.be/YjsLg1w5VrI In just about 2 1/2 games, Matty S showed why he's such an important piece to the Raiders defense. Looking forward to seeing how the new regime chooses to use him. Here...

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Tyvon Branch Highlights

http://www.raiders.ninjagoro.com/?p=3120 and http://youtu.be/kyZYjj7Qf3w Tyvon is our franchise player this year and it's well deserved. As Rod Woodson said, he's still learning the game and...

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Who's Afraid of Eric Winston?

Not me. The guy is a stud, most definitely and I would have loved to have him on our team. And going to KC and replacing Barry Richardson is a good move for them. But do I now fear the Chiefs...

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Weapon 51 highlights from 2011

In about half a season with the Raiders and barely any ramp-up time, he came in and made an immediate impact. He was a stunning playmaker and caused more big splash plays than (perhaps) the entire...

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Carson's Throws v Chargers

I posted a video of all of Carson's Throws against the Chargers From Thursday Night as before for the Broncos and the Chiefs.  Watch them in sequence and notice the huge improvement week to week to...

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Some offensive personnel stats

http://www.raiders.ninjagoro.com/?p=1120 Some highlights. 3 or 4 WR sets used in 60 of 70 plays. DHB : 23 plays, 10 running plays, 12 passing plays The last 12 plays were all passing plays.  before...

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Carson's Throws v Broncos

http://www.raiders.ninjagoro.com/?p=1111   - Goro -

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Champ Bailey Says...

On Sirius Blitz this morning w/Gannon and Schein   "The Raiders had me totally confused.  I was all ready to match up against Heyward-Bey..."   He goes on to say that DHB is our best receiver,...

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DHB Targets from Week 1 to 7

How good has Darrius Heyward-Bey been this year?  This question came up and so I decided to take a look at each of his targets in the games from week 1-7 (excluding week 2 when he was inactive due...

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