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Pass Block Win Rate through week 1 (ESPN)


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2 hours ago, bigdavis said:

This stat is BULLSHIT (there, I've said it.)

If the Jets' "win rate" is 50%, and they give up 6 sacks -- and our "win rate" is 20%, and we give up 1 -- somebody got some 'splainin' to do.

A meaningless and irrelevant metric that we should laugh at, and then ignore.

We got the ball out faster, even though technically the oline still lost their block even though the ball was already out.... it doesn't male much sense unless you figure in all of the qb hits Sam took, even though they weren't sacks.

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9 hours ago, 1of10Charnatives said:

Cue the Saint's D watching game film and completely failing to miss OL ineptitude being saved by a bajillion dump off passes to CMC.

Cue the Saint's D cordinator coming up with a game plan that amounts to: smother CMC in close, rush 4 to get to Darnold, dare everybody else to beat us before we pound Darnold's face into the ground.

Sam only has so long to work with it before opposing game plans adjust.

That’s exactly what’s going to happen I’m afraid 

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6 hours ago, Evil Hurney said:

per ESPN, "...our pass block win rate metric conveys the rate linemen can sustain their blocks for 2.5 seconds or longer."

Based on images in the same article it appears that most of the failure was our interior OL (note the 2! Jets DTs in the top 10).

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So wait a second...if the stat mandates that the lineman hold their blocks for 2.5 seconds, and Sam is getting the ball out in less time than that most plays, how do they figure that one out?  If the play is designed to be out of the QBs hand in less than 2.5 seconds, then is it really a loss for the o-line?

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5 minutes ago, joemac said:

So wait a second...if the stat mandates that the lineman hold their blocks for 2.5 seconds, and Sam is getting the ball out in less time than that most plays, how do they figure that one out?  If the play is designed to be out of the QBs hand in less than 2.5 seconds, then is it really a loss for the o-line?

I mean they probably win the pass-block at around 2.5 seconds, but likely won't get a sack until (likely between) 3-4 seconds. So the play is designed to get the ball out quickly but doesn't mean your receivers will always be open that fast which led to a lot of quick check-downs and screen plays. 

I think its a loss for us cause it leads to 7234667 check downs to CMC and we need to limit the amount of hits this man takes on a weekly basis

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