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    EIGHT TEAMS - 32 OBSERVATIONS

    Excerpt: "Now that we’re fully into the playoffs, doing the normal 32
    Teams, 32 Observations
    just wasn’t going to make much sense, but–not
    wanting you to feel cheated–we’ve got something for you.


    With just the eight teams still alive, we offer our first ever Eight
    Teams, 32 Observations piece as we zero-in on those still in the hunt while
    conducting the weekly data dig.




    Below you’ll find four interesting bits for each of this weekend’s
    participants, adding to the mountain of pre-game talking points and, hopefully,
    giving you at least one more thing you didn’t know about your favorite playoff
    team.



    New York
    Giants




    ?Wide receiver Victor Cruz had 3.08 Yards
    Per Route Run which is the highest for any wide receiver in the last three
    years.




    ?Offensive linemen David Diehl has allowed
    pressure on 9.6% of his pass plays as a left guard and left tackle this
    year.




    ?Linebackers Michael Boley and Mathias
    Kiwanuka had Tackling Efficiencies on run plays of 38.0 and 23.0, respectively,
    which were second- and third-best for 4-3 outside linebackers in the regular
    season.




    ?In his first two games of the season, Osi
    Umenyiora averaged a pressure every five pass plays. In the games he’s played in
    since, he’s averaged a pressure every 9.25." Read more...

    “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1

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    Re: PFF - EIGHT TEAMS - 32 OBSERVATIONS

    Another very interesting stat on young Victor Cruz. A little surprised at the stats on Diehl and the LBs.

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      ?Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has a PFF pass grade of +67.9 on passes thrown beyond the line of scrimmage, and a rating of -3.3 when throwing behind the line of scrimmage.

      I dont get this......

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        [quote user="FlipNYG77"]?*Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has a PFF pass grade of +67.9 on passes thrown beyond the line of scrimmage, and a rating of -3.3 when throwing behind the line of scrimmage.**

        I dont get this......
        [/quote]

        passes behind the line of scrimmage are usually screen passes, dump pass/shovel pass to the RB, etc... not really effective on a consistent basis thus the bad passer rating.

        Passes past the line of scrimmage is the norm.

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          Re: PFF - EIGHT TEAMS - 32 OBSERVATIONS

          Is that stat on Deihl a good or a bad thing?

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            [quote user="TheAngryTuna"]Is that stat on Deihl a good or a bad thing?[/quote]Terrible lol.

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              You should of known that by watching Diehl play.....its not way u could of thought that was good stats for Diehl. I wonder what was Mckenzie's , he has to be the worst tackle in football. Mckenzie is making $8M this year to miss blocks and get blown up in the running game.

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              • #8
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                [quote user="TheAngryTuna"]Is that stat on Deihl a good or a bad thing?[/quote]

                haha.... I thought the same exact thing.

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                  [quote user="T-Murda84"]You should of known that by watching Diehl play.....its not way u could of thought that was good stats for Diehl. I wonder what was Mckenzie's , he has to be the worst tackle in football. Mckenzie is making $8M this year to miss blocks and get blown up in the running game.[/quote]




                  Or $4.3M, but who's counting

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                  • #10
                    Re: PFF - EIGHT TEAMS - 32 OBSERVATIONS

                    [quote user="TheAngryTuna"]Is that stat on Deihl a good or a bad thing?[/quote]
                    I know the last one on Osi is not good.

                    And the other teams all have "observations" that are bad ... for the Giants, that is.
                    http://www.profootballfocus.com/blog...-observations/

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