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Some PFF stats

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Was Cam sacked, I can't remember? Not so much stopped short on a designed QB run, but when dropping back to pass?

Once, I believe in the 1st quarter of the game. Held onto the ball for way too long (coverage sack) and it ended up killing the momentum of the drive. Later in the game, he threw the ball away in similar situations, which was encouraging to me.

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Are these premium stats or something? I don't see any article about our game on the site.

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Are these premium stats or something? I don't see any article about our game on the site.

They are and well worth the money.. The stats and charts and everything they offer is top notch. So much detail and its always accurate. I reccomend it to everyone. There is tons of stats to pour through. They also let you go back all the way to 08 and provideds great detail about every player in the nfl. Its hard to explain how much sortable stats they have and many different ways of anaylzing them. They break down so many things its incredible. I can't imagine any football fan would be dissapointed a yearly subscription.

Very useful when evalutating others teams player as well.

Edit: You can get a year for $27, thats a calendar year so you can go back and reference it all offseason. Everyone should jump on that.

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I scoured their site, at least I think I did.

https://www.profootballfocus.com/

Where is a link to all this?

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Do they say anything about Josh Norman? I'd like to get some metrics on him.

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They've posted the free breakdown on our game. This one stuck out:

Game Notes

- Mark Ingram ran the ball on 16 of his 21 snaps, while Darren Sproles had no carries in 36 snaps.

- Panthers RT Byron Bell gave up no sacks, hits, or hurries in 59 offensive snaps.

- Garret Hartley’s second-quarter 53-yard field goal was the longest of his career

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Byron is going to be a really good OT in this league.

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Byron is going to be a really good OT in this league.

A lot of people wanted his head this off season..... I think he was a steal... Being an UDRFA.......

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Bell & Gross are quietly having a good start to the season, and this has been going on since preseason.

Bell plays with more attitude now, which I love.

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