Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Ensconatus, Jan 2, 2013.
Miller lead the league from OLB pressures. Ayers could def play that role.
I'd like to see stats about our run stopping. I think this is what we really need to improve. Seemed to me that we allowed teams to get in 2nd and 3rd and short situations a bunch because of our inability to stop the run with our front 7 and the piss poor play of our safeties.
I think a stud NT/DT type is what we need.
Ayers is the perfect 3-4 OLber and Brown has shown he knows how to rush the Qb as well. We have the personnel to run more 3-4 looks.
Well according to PFF Jake Locker is one of the more accurate QB's in the NFL...
Those numbers are only from the first 4 games
What about missed tackles? - From my point of view, that was the ongoing cause throughout the season. Way too many missed tackles, defenders just getting their arms around a player with out bringing him down or simply jump right past - bad angles perhaps (Greys defense)?
Yeah it was a problem. And griffin lead the lead... Go figure.
Those 22 missed tackles lead the nfl for safeties. And for PFFs overall grade he was bottom three in the league with a (-17.2)
Offensive line PFF grades. Zero is the average grade.
Roos - overall (27.8) run block (2.7) pass block (23.6)
Stewart - overall (11.3) run block (0.9) pass block (13.8)
Velasco - overall (13.0). Run block (8.1) pass block (5.6)
Those are our only positive grade O Linemen. Velasco grading out on the positive is actually nice to see. I'd like to know which games he played center for us and which he played guard tho. I can't find that but if someone knows.
Regardless those numbers suggest that we need two guards. Velasco is solid at C and our tackles are both in the upper echelon of the league.
Free agent target?
Andy Levitre - overall (17.3) pass block (16.2) run block (-0.7)
Yes. He ripped Kenny Britt's leg off and ate it.
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