Yes. 100%. Great if you like going back and seeing individual performances and see what went right/wrong on each play. Basically a way to dissect the games at your leisure. Much better than just the tv angles that only follow the ball. This gives you a better glimpse of the whole field and allows you to see what everyone is doing.
Link to the $29.99 deal? All I see is $99 with free 7 day trial
Thanks. So whether its his fault or the lines fault or a combo he appears no longer useful in short yardage situations. He grades out negatively on pass and run protection. He has the 8th highest cap hit on the team, we have to the most cap space to gain by cutting him over any other player. I'd love for someone to provide a legit argument as to why he belongs on this team.
As stated above Remmers took snaps under center. Chris Scott did as well against Miami and did not look as good as Remmers or Folkerts. So the only problem I see with dropping Folkerts ia what happens if Kalil and Remmers both go down? I didnt like what I saw of Scott at Center, so this may save Folkerts, may not.
The huddle actually seems split. In Zod's youth movement roster, looked like everyone on there was all for dumping him. When I made this thread to illustrate his decline started last year, most oppose the idea of dropping him. Personally I have my doubts he will get cut. I just see him as being overpaid and no longer capable of doing what we ask of him. Some is his own decline, some is our o-line really was horrible at getting any push up the middle. The way I see it is regardless of why he's not performing up to his contract is not as important as the fact that he is not.
I don't hate the guy and will root for him to return to form if we keep him. However it appears we may have cheaper, more affordable options now. The o-line was hot garbage last year. We all know that. The interior of the line, where he mainly goes behind was the strength of the line. The interior is not going to magically get that much better this year. So if we have the same line and he still cant produce behind them, then its a wast of a roster spot and cap space. As far as everyone complaining about the stats I posted, they were mainly to illustrate his poor perfomance on his previous specialty. Pounding the rock on goaline and short yardage situations. http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/T/TolbMi00/splits/2014/ Here is his splits in those situations. 1-3 yards to go. 7 attempts, 10 yards. 1 first down. Stewart in the same situations went 23 for 31 yards, but got 11 1St downs and 2 TD's out of it. Opponents 1-10 yard line. 7 attempts 0 yards The other time we utilize him the most is 3rd down draws or as a blocker on 3rd down. On 3rd and 10+ to go heres how he faired. 20 rushes for 54 yards. 1 1ST DOWN. So 54 of his 78 total rushing yards came on draw plays and he yielded us one first down. So remove draw plays and he went 17 rushes for 24 yards and 4 1st downs, 0 TD's. That just does not add up to him being worth our 8th highest cap hit and the one guy we can actually see cap savings from by releasing.
I was just using last year to show the start of his decline. Chandler and Bell played the outside. Tolbert's specialty used to be pounding it up the middle. He showed last year and against Miami, that behind, Norwell,Kalil, and Turner he is not what he used to be. Meanwhile Stewart,Williams,and Whitaker who had to do the outside running(behind Bell and Chandler) yielded better results.