I seen this on ESPN by the brilliant KC Joyner: Albert Haynesworth, DT, Titans: Haynesworth may have been the most disruptive defensive lineman in the league outside of Williams and Clancy. Haynesworth defeated a ridiculous 43 percent of his point of attack blocks, which was the highest percentage in that category among defensive tackles. His specialty was exploding into the backfield, something clearly shown by the 13 penetration plays he made, which were tied for second in that category. One other incredibly surprising metric for Haynesworth is that he also had 19 pursuit plays, which is something one would not expect from a man of his size. from here: http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/insi.../columns/story?columnist=joyner_kc&id=2543087 If Big Al did so well with a pretty ****ty D behind him, how well could he do with the additions of Hope and Thornton?