Recently, the past week or so, there was a graph of all QB's, showing the time to them being pressured versus the percentage of the plays they were pressured. Been searching for 30 minutes with no luck.
either our coaches didn't know that OL off the street were better than our starters on days 1 or DJ really sucks at setting up the line and doing pre-snap reads..
I really doubt that our OL improved when starters were injured and we literally had players playing out of position and players that weren't even on rosters.. Then once the starters do come back and DJ is gone.. both time to pressure and % of pressure improve..
Thanks for the updated chart. I linked it. It makes it so obvious what trashed this season so far -- like when the politician who said "it's the economy stupid",
Last night Aikman wondered if 2 plays have now destroyed the Jags season - a missed FG followed by what appears a serious starting QB injury.
The Giants season was derailed on a blocked FG with AT getting hurt, which snowballed and was exacerbated with further injuries to the point where the OL played below the minimum level needed to support a productive offense, and their already hard lot in life was harder still because of the opponents and constantly playing from behind because the D too shit the bed for a few weeks and then again against Dallas and Vegas.
TT is the highest paid backup in the league (at least one article rated him as the best, but that's dubious). Schoen and Dabs either made a catastrophic miscalculation or calculated gamble about OL depth. Schoen and Dabs chose TT and spent that dough.
If TT can play, the OL damn well better stay in the right quadrant of that chart -- they've had all season and this is Schoen and Dabs OL. With a right quadrant OL, TT should be able to run a decent-at-worst offense. And barring another injury spate this should be a good football team for the rest of the year. What's happened so far isn't damning - yet - to the coach and GM. But if the O continues dysfunctional it is.
that should be addressed if we want any QB to be successful next year. I don’t see any of the anti Jones crowd commenting. Not suprised because this doesn’t fit their narrative.
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