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NFCS Pass Protection Stats Thru 5 games


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  Att Yds PktTm Sk Hits Hrry Prss%
Lg Avg 173 1217 2.3 12 16 18 24%
Panthers 183 1278 2.4 14 21 22 28%
Saints 120 847 2.6 9 16 13 27%
Falcons 207 1273 2.3 8 28 19 25%
Bucs 228 1747 2.3 9 11 13 14%

We have been on a steady decline since the Saints game, with each game worse than the previous.  The Philly game performance was horrible.   

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Fox007 said:

Yea we're getting our average players back so movin on up to the halfway there mark.

We had the 10th best pressure% in the league last year with mostly the same line.  Paradis, Miller and Moton retuned.  Elflein is on par with Reed, and Erving's stats are on par with Okung/Scott/Daley/Little at LT last year. 

The pocket time is higher than last year.  Sam's time to throw average is longer at 2.9s compared to 2.57s for Teddy last year and it is getting longer each game.  

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7 hours ago, SBBlue said:

Against the Vikings, it looks like we will have the lineup that we used at the Saints game.  Lets hope they perform like they did in the Saints game.

Almost the lineup we used.

Horn is out. 

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42 minutes ago, SBBlue said:

We had the 10th best pressure% in the league last year with mostly the same line.  Paradis, Miller and Moton retuned.  Elflein is on par with Reed, and Erving's stats are on par with Okung/Scott/Daley/Little at LT last year. 

The pocket time is higher than last year.  Sam's time to throw average is longer at 2.9s compared to 2.57s for Teddy last year and it is getting longer each game.  

What's the run block look like in terms of the stats? Improving there helps everywhere as well.

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All this about the Saints game oline. That may as well have been months ago. Now teams have film they know our tendencies and our next upcoming opponents will not be without multiple players or coaches like the Saints were.

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5 minutes ago, Fox007 said:

What's the run block look like in terms of the stats?

Ass.  Both last year and this year.  We are currently at 2.0 YBC/Att which is 26th in the league.   Last year we were 25th at 2.1

2021 NFL Advanced Stats | Pro-Football-Reference.com

 That is nearly identical to what Brady saw at the Saints in 2018 and Pat Meyer saw at the Chargers in 2019.  There was a complete drop off last year when they arrived in 2020.  In 2019, Panthers had the 3rd  best YBC/Att in the league at 3.1.  I think scheme is hurting us there.  Brady was a passing coordinator in LSU.  He doesn't know how to scheme an effective run game.
 

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Ass.  Both last year and this year.  We are currently at 2.0 YBC/Att which is 26th in the league.   Last year we were 25th at 2.1

2021 NFL Advanced Stats | Pro-Football-Reference.com

 That is nearly identical to what Brady saw at the Saints in 2018 and Pat Meyer saw at the Chargers in 2019.  There was a complete drop off last year when they arrived in 2020.  In 2019, Panthers had the 3rd  best YBC/Att in the league at 3.1.  I think scheme is hurting us there.  Brady was a passing coordinator in LSU.  He doesn't know how to scheme an effective run game.
 

Got damn lol. Yea if we can get better run blocking it just helps out all over too. Some of our derpiest plays are on short yardage runs.

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2 minutes ago, SBBlue said:

Ass.  Both last year and this year.  We are currently at 2.0 YBC/Att which is 26th in the league.   Last year we were 25th at 2.1

2021 NFL Advanced Stats | Pro-Football-Reference.com

 That is nearly identical to what Brady saw at the Saints in 2018 and Pat Meyer saw at the Chargers in 2019.  There was a complete drop off last year when they arrived in 2020.  In 2019, Panthers had the 3rd  best YBC/Att in the league at 3.1.  I think scheme is hurting us there.  Brady was a passing coordinator in LSU.  He doesn't know how to scheme an effective run game.
 

I think some of that is true about Brady but our OL personnel quality is also a big factor. 

It would be interesting to take a look at the CMC vs. no-CMC stats in 2020-2021, as well.

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2 minutes ago, kungfoodude said:

I think some of that is true about Brady but our OL personnel quality is also a big factor. 

It would be interesting to take a look at the CMC vs. no-CMC stats in 2020-2021, as well.

Yeah its hard to tell where the problem lies.  
The 2019 line was BAD.  We led the league in sacks with 58, but somehow was 3rd in YBC/Att.  CMC is some of it.  But we had CMC this year for the first few games and the YBC/Att was actually LESS than 2.  Believe it or not, it went up this week with Chubba. 

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