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Thread: Our OL & DL rankings WOW!!!!!!!

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    Our OL & DL rankings WOW!!!!!!!

    Overall (when healthy and on the field) our OL was damn good!
    *Brown was worth the $.
    *Richie, best offseason pickup
    *Hud, our rock in the middle
    *Miller Obvious big improvement. Expect another year of improvement.
    *Gabe, worth the $? We’ll find out soon

    Check out the DL. Does this show that Gruden/Mayock will pull the trigger on a 1st round DL?
    or big money free agent???

    Here you go: via ESPN Next Gen stats
    2.5 second win rate

    Top 10 DE/OLB Pass Rush Win Rate

    1. Robert Quinn, Cowboys, 33%
    2. T.J. Watt, Steelers, 28%
    3. DeMarcus Lawrence, Cowboys, 27%
    4. Myles Garrett, Browns, 26%
    5. Shaquil Barrett, Buccaneers, 25%
    6. Joey Bosa, Chargers, 25%
    7. Jadeveon Clowney, Seahawks, 25%
    8. Za'Darius Smith, Packers, 23%
    9. Dante Fowler, Rams, 23%
    10. Preston Smith, Packers, 23%

    Top 10 DT Pass Rush Win Rate

    1. Aaron Donald, Rams, 25%
    2. Grady Jarrett, Falcons, 22%
    3. Chris Jones, Chiefs, 19%
    4. Maliek Collins, Cowboys, 16%
    5. Quinton Jefferson, Seahawks, 16%
    6. Calais Campbell, Jaguars, 15%
    7. Ed Oliver, Bills, 15%
    8. Denico Autry, Colts, 14%
    9. Matt Ioannidis, Redskins, 13%
    10. Vita Vea, Buccaneers, 13%

    Top 10 OT Pass Block Win Rate

    1. David Bakhtiari, Packers, 96%
    2. Andrew Whitworth, Rams, 94%
    3. Kelvin Beachum, Jets, 94%
    4. Ronnie Stanley, Ravens, 94%
    5. Mike McGlinchey, 49ers, 93%
    6. Orlando Brown Jr., Ravens, 93%
    7. Alejandro Villanueva, Steelers, 93%
    8. Jack Conklin, Titans, 93%
    9. Trent Brown, Raiders, 92%
    10. Taylor Lewan, Titans, 92%

    Top 10 OG Pass Block Win Rate

    1. Marshal Yanda, Ravens, 98%
    2. Joe Thuney, Patriots, 97%
    3. Richie Incognito, Raiders, 96%
    4. Joel Bitonio, Browns, 96%
    5. Zack Martin, Cowboys, 96%
    6. Joe Dahl, Lions, 96%
    7. Quenton Nelson, Colts, 95%
    8. Elgton Jenkins, Packers, 95%
    9. Wyatt Teller, Browns, 95%
    10. Ali Marpet, Buccaneers, 95%

    Top 10 C Pass Block Win Rate

    1. Corey Linsley, Packers, 99%
    2. JC Tretter, Browns, 98%
    3. Rodney Hudson, Raiders, 97%
    4. Brandon Linder, Jaguars, 96%
    5. A.Q. Shipley, Cardinals, 96%
    6. Chase Roullier, Redskins, 95%
    7. Nick Martin, Texans, 95%
    8. Cody Whitehair, Bears, 95%
    9. Ryan Jensen, Buccaneers, 94%
    10. Ryan Kelly, Colts, 94%

    Team Pass Rush Win Rate

    1. Dallas Cowboys, 53%
    2. Atlanta Falcons, 53%
    3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 51%
    4. Philadelphia Eagles, 50%
    5. Los Angeles Rams, 50%
    6. Pittsburgh Steelers, 50%
    7. Jacksonville Jaguars, 48%
    8. Buffalo Bills, 47%
    9. Green Bay Packers, 47%
    10. Arizona Cardinals, 46%
    11. Los Angeles Chargers, 45%
    12. New York Jets, 45%
    13. San Francisco 49ers, 45%
    14. Baltimore Ravens, 45%
    15. Indianapolis Colts, 43%
    16. Seattle Seahawks, 43%
    17. New York Giants, 41%
    18. Cleveland Browns, 41%
    19. Kansas City Chiefs, 41%
    20. Tennessee Titans, 41%
    21. Carolina Panthers, 40%
    22. Chicago Bears, 40%
    22. New England Patriots, 40%
    24. New Orleans Saints, 38%
    25. Washington Redskins, 37%
    26. Minnesota Vikings, 37%
    27. Cincinnati Bengals, 35%
    28. Houston Texans, 35%
    29. Oakland Raiders, 34%
    30. Denver Broncos, 33%
    31. Miami Dolphins, 28%
    32. Detroit Lions, 24%

    Team Pass Block Win Rate

    1. Green Bay Packers, 72%
    2. Baltimore Ravens, 69%
    3. Indianapolis Colts, 65%
    4. Tennessee Titans, 63%
    5. Oakland Raiders, 63%
    6. Cleveland Browns, 63%
    7. Pittsburgh Steelers, 62%
    8. Houston Texans, 62%
    9. Buffalo Bills, 62%
    10. Arizona Cardinals, 62%
    11. Dallas Cowboys, 61%
    12. New York Giants, 61%
    13. Chicago Bears, 61%
    14. Kansas City Chiefs, 60%
    15. Detroit Lions, 59%
    16. New York Jets, 59%
    17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 58%
    18. New England Patriots, 58%
    19. Philadelphia Eagles, 58%
    20. Los Angeles Chargers, 58%
    21. Washington Redskins, 58%
    22. Los Angeles Rams, 57%
    23. Minnesota Vikings, 57%
    24. Jacksonville Jaguars, 56%
    25. New Orleans Saints, 56%
    26. San Francisco 49ers, 55%
    27. Denver Broncos, 55%
    28. Seattle Seahawks, 54%
    29. Atlanta Falcons, 50%
    30. Carolina Panthers, 50%
    31. Cincinnati Bengals, 47%
    32. Miami Dolphins, 41%

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    We missed out on Ed Oliver huh

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    Should've kept Autry
    December 2019 -
    Quote Originally Posted by jgrange View Post
    If Carr plays 2 seasons in Vegas, I will leave the board. If Carr doesn't last 2 seasons in Vegas, you leave. How about that?
    Quote Originally Posted by psly2124 View Post
    Accepted.
    Quote Originally Posted by psly2124 View Post
    One stipulation on the bet. If Gruden quits or he's fired. I don't see that happening. But if a new coach came in Carr would not be safe.
    Quote Originally Posted by jgrange View Post
    Fair enough on a coaching change altering the situation. Bet is canceled if a coaching change happens during those 2 seasons.
    The countdown begins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raidermackin View Post
    We missed out on Ed Oliver huh
    Remember we lost a coin flip with the 49ers.
    If we won that coin flip we’d have McGlichey at LT.
    Miller is fine with the trade down...but still...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgrange View Post
    Should've kept Autry
    Oof!
    Didn’t see that one

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    Think there's some validity to these analytics but wouldn't go overboard about them.

    Really doubt that the ESPN, PFF and FO gurus watch every defensive/offensive lineman on every snap and are capable of determining if said lineman 'won' in that particular 2.5 second window. Then they're so precise in their judgement that they're coming up with 92 % ?

    Please. Not saying it's worthless, but it's not the end all either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitzrrr View Post
    Remember we lost a coin flip with the 49ers.
    If we won that coin flip we’d have McGlichey at LT.
    Miller is fine with the trade down...but still...
    miller is gonna be better then mcglinchey whom had to switch to the rt position

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