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

They gave him a positive grade against the run, negative against the pass. Gamble, Godfrey, and Davis being the only ones given a Positve grade in pass coverage.

Norman targeted 6 times, 5 completions for 74 yards

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Can someone please post some PFF stats/grades of our LB's?

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Yea, Bell is off to a good start. Glad he's proving us doubters wrong.

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Our OTs have been great to start the year...huge test for them coming up Thursday, let's go out there and get a win. It's funny because the saints and giants both throw the ball really well, but a little bit different because of personnel, saints were mostly Graham and the RBs, and the giants are those big 2 receivers and mediocre backs and TEs

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Yea, I think TB and NO were tests for our front 7 (vs RBs and TEs), NY will be a test for our back 4 (vs WRs).

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Can someone please post some PFF stats/grades of our LB's?

Here you go my kiwi friend

LBs - pass coverage

Davis rec the best pass cov grade

Luke

Beason

Anderson had the worst pass cov grade- 5 catches on 7 targets. Completions avg 11 yards. (worst grade on team)

LBs - run defense

Anderson - best grade on team

Davis

Luke

Beason

LBs - pass rush

Davis - only positve grade

Luke

Beason

Anderson

Overall grades

Davis - only positive grade

Anderson

Luke

Beason

* Luke and Davis played a fraction of Beason's snaps. Beason 76, Luke 29, Davis 27, Anderson 57.

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