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Surprising Week 3 Raiders Vs Dolphins: Jonathan Abram Stands Alone

Surprising Week 3 Raiders Vs Dolphins: Jonathan Abram Stands Alone

And then there was one. In the first week, the Raiders had three defenders who played each shot – S Johnathan Abram, CB Trayvon Mullen and CB Tre’von Moehrig. After the second week, that list dwindled to Abram and Moehrig with Mullen losing 13 shots. Today, this list contains only one name – Jonathan Abram.

Both Moehrig and Mullen were injured in the same play in the game, were slow to get up, and eventually fell out under their spell. Mohrig injured his ankle and Mullen’s shoulder. Mohrig missed six shots and Mullen missed 11 shots. Casey Hayward missed at least one shot per game and a total of 15 shots.

Abram is a perfect 207 versus 207 in defense and has added 53 shots on special teams. On Sunday he led the team, playing nearly 100 shots in total (99), and also led the team 260 shots combined this season.

The previous first-round pick for Year Three missed a chance in three matches. He is currently second on the team with 25 combined interference (14 singles). Only LB Denzel Perryman has more (36). Closest DB to Abram’s handling numbers at Trayvon Mullen with a score of 16.

Several players on the attack didn’t miss a moment including QB Derek Carr, QB John Simpson and C Andre James. Although at this point Andre Jame has literally lost a few shots, including a Sunday against the Dolphins who were too loud for Carr to handle, creating confusion.

a crime Specifications Tms
player POS on one PCt on one PCt
john simpson NS 83 100% 6 18%
Alex Leatherwood T 83 100% 6 18%
Colton Miller T 83 100% 6 18%
Jermaine Illuminor NS 83 100% 6 18%
Andre James NS 83 100% 0%
Derek Carr QB 83 100% 0%
Darren Waller in a 66 80% 0%
Brian Edwards WR 63 76% 0%
Henry Ruggs III WR 48 58% 3 9%
Foster Morrow in a 47 57% 19 58%
Peyton Barber RB 47 57% 5 15th%
Hunter Renfro WR 43 52% 4 12%
Kenyan Drake RB 36 43% 0%
Alec Ingold FB 28 34% 19 58%
Zee Jones WR 22 27% 12 36%
Derek Carrier in a 10 12% 25 76%
Willie Snead WR 5 6% 8 24%
defense Specifications Tms
player POS on one PCt on one PCt
Jonathan Abram SS 83 100% 16 48%
Tryvon Mohrig FS 77 93% 10 30%
Denzel Berryman pound 76 92% 0%
Casey Hayward CB 73 88% 7 21%
Tryvon Mullen CB 72 87% 5 15th%
Nate Hobbs CB 71 86% 12 36%
Max Crosby from 62 75% 8 24%
Corey Littleton pound 61 73% 10 30%
Yannick Njakwe from 61 73% 3 9%
Jonathan Hankins NT 49 59% 7 21%
Quinton Jefferson DT 47 57% 8 24%
Solomon Thomas DT 37 45% 6 18%
Darius Filo DT 33 40% 0%
Karl Nessib from 24 29% 13 39%
Divine Diplo pound 22 27% 19 58%
Damon Arnett CB 20 24% 1 3%
Clean Ferrell from 19 23% 0%
KJ Wright pound 9 11% 3 9%
Nick Kwiatkowski pound 7 8% 26 79%
Terry Gillespie SS 6 7% 15th 45%
Amick Robertson CB 4 5% 11 33%
special teams Specifications Tms
player POS on one PCt on one PCt
Patrick Onwasor pound 0% 18 55%
Daniel Carlson NS 0% 12 36%
Trent victory LS 0% 10 30%
AJ Cole III s 0% 10 30%
Brandon Parker T 0% 6 18%
Nick Martin NS 0% 6 18%
Haha Clinton Dix SS 0% 2 6%
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