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r/nfl talking about Kuechly

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Tried to repost his the quote with the stat chart but the formatting was all screwed up. Was awesome to see the numbers posted like that. Keuchley is slowly becoming one of my favorite panthers

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Tried to repost his the quote with the stat chart but the formatting was all screwed up. Was awesome to see the numbers posted like that. Keuchley is slowly becoming one of my favorite panthers

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from same redditor as above:

That's right, Keuchly is leading the league despite playing 103 fewer defensive snaps than the next lowest guy in the top 5 (Mayo). On top of that he started the season as an OLB where players usually get fewer tackles.

Tkl% is the percentage of snaps in which this player is the one to make the tackle. Most top ILB's are right around 15%. 19% is a huge difference.

Only one player in the top 16 had fewer snaps. That turns out to be another phenominal rookie ILB Bobby Wagner tied for 10th with 109 tackles on 637 defensive snaps for a tackle rate of 17.1%.

I included the rush attempts to show that his totals were not due to Carolina facing an absurd number of rushs. The league average "total rushing attempts defended" right now is 350. Carolina has faced just about the average amount. The extremes are 448(Jacksonville) and 257(Houston) so 360 is very close to average.

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holy goddamn motherfuging poo motherfugers! I got love for Luke, but damn that is one badass statistic...

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And it's a shame that he may not win DROY...

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People are just now seeing why some of us were so adamant we draft him. He is ridiculously productive and has been since his first game in college. He may be the best middle linebacker in the league this year even as a rookie. And he is only going to get better.

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