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22.01.2020 06:52
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One of the more intriguing wide receiver prospects in this year’s draft happens to be the cousin of the newly acquired Bo Jackson Jersey , Antonio Brown.Marquise Brown is nicknamed "Hollywood" because of his..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Raiders StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Raiders NewsYahoo Raiders Team PageYahoo Raiders ReportYahoo Raiders Depth ChartYahoo Raiders TransactionsYahoo Raiders PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Smokescreen season buy or sell: Marquise ‘Hollywood’ BrownNew,68commentsPDTShareTweetShareShareSmokescreen season buy or sell: Marquise ‘Hollywood’ BrownKevin Jairaj-USA TODAY SportsOne of the more intriguing wide receiver prospects in this year’s draft happens to be the cousin of the newly acquired, Antonio Brown.Marquise Brown is nicknamed “Hollywood” because of his Florida hometown and his big play ability.The speedster was a sure thing first round pick but a Lisfranc injury that required surgery in February could make some teams hesitant to spend a first round pick on him.Raiders fans know all too well how debilitating Lisfranc injuries can be.Former running back, Darren McFadden suffered the injury in 2011 and was never the same.Despite not being able to participate in the scouting combine and private workouts,Bleacher Reports Connor Rogers, co-host of the “Stick to Football” podcast with Matt Miller said that he has heard rumors that the Raiders are very interested in Brown should he be there with one of their later first round picks.“Obviously Hollywood Brown is the cousin of Antonio Brown,” said Rogers. “And what I keep hearing over and over again with those picks 24 or 27 in the back end of round one that Oakland would be looking to add his speed to their offense.”Any team would welcome Brown’s game breaking speed, but being the peak of smokescreen season it’s hard to differentiate between fact or fiction.The Raiders have invested significantly this offseason in the wide receiver position with the trade and sign of Antonio Brown and signing of Tyrell Williams.They also added JJ Nelson, Ryan Grant, and De’Mornay Pierson-El for depth.Using pick 24 or 27 on Hollywood Brown seems more like filling a want rather than a need, especially when you consider the lack of talent at other positions on defense.On the other hand, Gruden is an offensive minded coach and has prioritized upgrading the offense over the defense in free agency.The Raiders are in a rebuilding process and it’s possible the plan is to build the offense into a juggernaut and address the deficiencies on defense in 2020 and beyond. During the Senior Bowl, Mike Mayock made the comment, “I think everyone knows we could use some speed at the wide receiver position.” Playing against the Chiefs twice a year, the Raiders learned first hand the value of having game breakers on the outside.With so many holes that need to be plugged it might be wise to take a look at other positions in round one but it sure would be fun to watch an offense with Antonio Brown, Tyrell Williams, and Hollywood Brown. Last week, we took a look at where they Raiders stood relative to the rest of the league based on Football Outsiders’ 30,000 weekly simulations. These simulations are guided by a mixture of preseason projections and DVOA, the football answer to baseball’s WAR statistic.If you’d like to know more about DVOA, click here. After grabbing a key win against Detroit on Sunday, Oakland’s playoff chances were boosted by 6.4 percent, sitting now at 32.3. This means that the Raiders make the playoffs in about a third of simulations, while the Chiefs make it in 90.8 percent of the time and the Chargers make it 9.6 percent of the time.With last week’s win, the Raiders odds at landing a top 5 pick dropped from 3.8 percent to 0.7 percent. But with the Bears’ recent skid, Oakland has a 8.2 percent shot at picking in the top 5 overall. Did somebody say Isaiah Simmons!?The most likely Super Bowl scenario that the Raiders could find themselves in would be a wild “Bay Area Bowl,” which occurs in 0.4 percent of simulations. The second most likely Super Bowl opponent that the Raiders could face if everything (and I mean everything) broke right would be the Green Bay Packers. That Week 7 rematch occurs in an infinitesimal 0.1 percent of simulations.DVOA Breakdown:RaidersOverall DVOA: 3.2 percent above average, No. 15 overallTeam Offense: 16.2 percent above average , No. 5 overall(No. 3 overall in pass offense, No. 6 overall in Rush offense)Team Defense: 14.4 percent below average, No. 29 overall(No. 29 overall in pass defense, No. 11 overall in rush defense)ChargersOverall DVOA: 1 percent below average, No. 19 overallTeam Offense: 7.2 percent above average, No. 9 overall(No. 9 overall in pass offense, No. 25 overall in rush offense)Team Defense: 7.3 percent below average, No. 26 overall(No. 21 overall in pass defense, No. 25 overall in rush defense)DYAR Breakdown:Derek Carr moved up from No. 7 to No. 5 in Quarterback DYAR after a strong showing against the Lions. He sits only behind Russell Wilson, Patrick Mahomes, Matthew Stafford and Deshaun Watson. On the other hand, Philip Rivers remains steady as ever at almost 38 years old, placing at No. 9 in overall Quarterback DYAR.Carr wasn’t the only Raider who moved up the list this past week, as Josh Jacobs’ excellent effort punched him up from No. 8 to No. 4 in Rushing DYAR. The Chargers best qualifying runner? Austin Ekeler, who does more work in the passing game and sits at No. 28 on the Rushing DYAR list.While Keenan Allen is thought to be one of the best receivers in the game, Tyrell Williams actually has a better Receiving DYAR than him in limited time. Allen ranks No. 22 in receiving DYAR this season, while Williams would be tied with Cooper Kupp at No. 14 if he had played enough snaps to qualify.Powering the way for Oakland is the Raiders beefy, bully-ball offensive line, which sits at No. 4 in adjusted line yards (a measure of run blocking success) and No. 2 in adjusted sack rate. The turnaround in the offensive line has been the major catalyst for this team’s overall DVOA ranking, and the impact has permeated throughout the rest of the offense.While aiming to overcome injuries, the Chargers offensive line surprisingly ranks No. 7 in adjusted sack rate, but they’re much worse paving the way for runners, placing at No. 21. Conversely, the Raiders defensive line places at No. 24 in adjusted sack rate, while the Chargers sit at No. 17. Considering that Los Angeles employs Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram, that No. 17 ranking should rise by season’s end.

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