I understand it’s technically phrased wrong but the main point of the statistic is the hits produced since 2006. Again, I didn’t make this stat sheet up. Wait...huh? How is it not relevant ? The guy has been consistently getting hits on the QB for over a decade. Wake is not the long term solution, he was signed as a rotational player who brings leadership and a veteran presence to a young upcoming group. He just happens to be a very very effective player who is 37 that has a solid resume with the limited snaps he does play. Miami was a dumpster fire last year, he got 6.0 sacks which was 1 less than four of OLBs combined outside of Landry. I understand the guy is 37 which apparently is sticking out more than his production but beyond his age Wake is still producing and getting the job done with a limited role not to mention he’s basically a 1 year rental. IMO it was a good signing.