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PantherFeez

Member Since 13 May 2013
Offline Last Active Nov 22 2014 09:56 PM
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In Topic: Huddle Podcast with special guest Josh Norman

12 November 2014 - 11:34 AM

Great podcast Jeremy and Sammy. Josh was a fun addition, hope you can get more players to join in sometime. Keep up the good work


In Topic: A rare good point from the guys at WFNZ

03 November 2014 - 10:52 PM

Scouts are on the road a lot and work long hours away from their families. I don't think many successful players would want that grind. Coach life can be tough too so unless it's in your blood or you're into it then it may not be such a common thing.

In Topic: Our highest graded DB

20 October 2014 - 07:08 PM

Im surprised Bene isn't a little better. He was playing well before the injury 

For a rookie that really isn't a bad grade though. He hasn't been blowing up (he's been constantly smart) so hovering 0.0 is a good thing


In Topic: Anybody with time in their hands?

20 October 2014 - 01:04 PM

Very nice site, definitely bookmarking that. I think there's nothing that showing teams are running towards Horton now that Hardy is gone and overall our defense isn't producing like it was last year. There's not an individual "ah-hah" stat, instead it's a trickle down effect of our D line lacking pass rush and being run on more than last year.


In Topic: Anybody with time in their hands?

20 October 2014 - 12:31 PM

PFF tracks in detail which gaps RB's run through. I would assume more times than not they would run behind their best run blockers vs targeting Hardy's old spot exclusively. I summed up based on what PFF says, but I am not going to dive into each team's trend to figure out where they run most. Context > Numbers so keep that in mind.

 

Bucs: evenly spread

Lions: 50% edges but they ran poorly against us

Steelers: 50% left and right of the LG and right of the C, and 30% on the edges

Ravens: 18/30 runs up the middle

Bears: 50% on the edges

Bengals:  3:5 ratio from the center to left (basically evenly spread)

Packers: 10 runs on the left side of the line, 14 runs to the right, so pretty even


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