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- The three highest graded players were Star Lotulelei (+2.8), Greg Hardy (+2.7and Derrick Coleman (+2.4).

- The three lowest graded players were Chris Scott (-5.6), Marshawn Lynch (-3.1)and K.J. Wright (-2.9).

- Despite completing all bar one of his attempts over 10 yards in the air (with the other dropped), Cam Newton attempted just six passes over the distance.

Jermaine Kearse only ran 15 routes but averaged 3.27 yards per route run. That wasn’t quite as many as Doug Baldwin at 3.6, but just further evidence of how deep this team is at receiver. It was however Golden Tate that led the team in routes run with 31.

- Both Charles Johnson and Hardy had four quarterback disruptions. In a win for pass protection nobody else had more.

 

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- The three highest graded players were Star Lotulelei (+2.8), Greg Hardy (+2.7and Derrick Coleman (+2.4).

- The three lowest graded players were Chris Scott (-5.6), Marshawn Lynch (-3.1)and K.J. Wright (-2.9).

- Despite completing all bar one of his attempts over 10 yards in the air (with the other dropped), Cam Newton attempted just six passes over the distance.

Jermaine Kearse only ran 15 routes but averaged 3.27 yards per route run. That wasn’t quite as many as Doug Baldwin at 3.6, but just further evidence of how deep this team is at receiver. It was however Golden Tate that led the team in routes run with 31.

- Both Charles Johnson and Hardy had four quarterback disruptions. In a win for pass protection nobody else had more.

 

 

Star looks like a future all-pro.  Max Unger was first-team all pro last year and Star moved him like a rag doll a few times yesterday.

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I thought Chris Scott did pretty good yesterday. Star is a monster and I love him.

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We are just as good or better at where we thought the strengths of this team were.

Unfortunately, we are just as bad or worse at areas we thought were weaknesses.

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Could we have a rookie of the year for the third year in a row?

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I thought Chris Scott did pretty good yesterday. Star is a monster and I love him.

 

overall, the oline did it's job yesterday. scott was adequate, but he graded out as the worst body on the line yesterday (-5.6)...and the second worse wasn't even close (travelle Wharton -1.5).

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I would like to see the specifics on why Scott was so "bad". I just finished watching the game and he looked pretty decent.

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Do they grade out coach's sideline appearance?

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Scott did really well early, he just got tired down the stretch (same with Wharton).

Both will get better as they get back in shape.

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I would like to see the specifics on why Scott was so "bad". I just finished watching the game and he looked pretty decent.

 

pff grading

 

part of the article...

 

The goal of our detailed grading process is to gauge how players execute their roles over the course of a game by looking at the performance of each individual on each play. We look beyond the stat sheet at game footage to try to gain an understanding of how well a lineman is blocking on a given play, how much space and help a runner is being given on a play, how effectively a pass rusher brings pressure or how well a defender covers a receiver.

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We collect lots of extra statistics such as yards after catch, yards after contact, missed tackles, dropped passes etc., but our real focus is on grading individual performance on each play. Did an offensive lineman seal his block to spring the runner through a hole? Did a defensive lineman beat his block to force a runner to change the play direction in the backfield? Was the crucial third-down completion due to the quarterback beating the coverage or a breakdown in coverage?

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We examine not just the statistical result of a play, but the context of that statistic. The defensive tackle may have made a tackle on a play, but if it was 3rd-and-5 and he got blown 4 yards off of the ball to make the tackle after a 6-yard gain, that’s not a good play.

 

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the death star is going to ruin some offensive drives this year if he keeps it up.

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Stars strength is unreal.

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