This is going off of their weekly analysis they post on their site for free. Idk if anyone here pays the 27 bucks for the whole shebang and if someone did, it would be awesome to see some stats in the front seven of our defense to maybe get some ideas of what has been working and what hasn't. Anyways,mi just compiled these from certain weeks that seemed like legit conversation points for us. Defensive end Derrick Morgan was one of the most improved players over the course of the season. Over the first six games he had a pressure on 8.2% of his pass rushes. Over the last 10 games, he increased that to a pressure on 16.7% of his pass rushes. -- I wonder what the % of the most impressive DE was. JJ watt? Tennessee Titans: Kendall Wright has an Average Depth of Target of 7.6 when lining up to the outside. That is the lowest for receivers who line up more to the outside than inside. -- I think this has to do with the fact he was being used to compliment the run game. And we tried to employ plays to get him the ball in space. However we sucked at it. Left Tackle Michael Roos has improved as the season has gone on, allowing a pressure on one in every 17.8 pass plays over the first nine games, and allowing one in every 34.5 pass plays over the past five. -- we just need 4 more of this guy. Tennessee Titans: On 76.9% of his pass routes, Jared Cook lines up in the slot, which is the highest rate for all tight ends. -- sooooo basically he's not a TE Tennessee Titans: Prior to his injury, Jake Locker had an average depth of target of 6.6 yards. Since coming back from his shoulder injury, that has increased to 8.6 yards. -- interesting stat line... I figure this dropped off pretty bad as the year went on tho. There have been 92 plays where the Titans have brought pressure in 2.5 seconds from the snap or less, which is third-most in the league. -- very highlightable stat line... Impressive but there is still problems on this defense so what is it? Tennessee Titans: Only 35.4 percent of Chris Johnson’s 869 rushing yards have come after contact, the lowest for all running backs with at least 30 carries. -- 10 mil??? Tennessee Titans: Outside Linebacker Akeem Ayers has had 21 of his 30 stops come on first downs, which is the second most of all defensive players. -- bright spot on the D Tennessee Titans: Defensive Tackle Mike Martin (3-82) has the second-most stops of all defensive tackles at 16. -- his reps faded down the stretch, I wonder why. Jake Locker is averaging 10.4 yards per attempt when he is throwing to the left side of the field. On the other hand, he’s averaging 6.6 yards per attempt when throwing to the middle or right. -- every defensive coordinator knew this. Progressions with locker is still Tennessee Titans: While there are twelve 4-3 outside linebackers have been thrown at more, Akeem Ayers has allowed the most receiving yards for a 4-3 outside linebacker at 164. -- early stat but strong side linebacker doesn't have the best coverage skills.