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PostPosted: Sun Aug 10, 2014 6:41 pm    Post subject: In-Depth Stats For Lewan and Sankey Reply with quote

These are PFF's stats and I'll include grades as well, though those should taken with a huge grain of salt

Taylor Lewan - 48 snaps - 29 pass block, 19 run block.

allowed 0 hits, 0 hurries, 0 sacks - Pass blocking graded out at 1.8.

graded positively in run blocking(1.2)

Penalty graded out to 0.2.

Screen blocking was 0(which would mean he didn't play on any screen plays, at least to his side of the field).

Overall grade of +3.2. As of right now, PFF's 3rd overall ranked tackle for the pre-season, still a couple games left for them to grade though.

Bishop Sankey -

34 snaps - 13 run, 16 pass, 2 run block, 3 pass block.

16 yards after contact, 1.2 Yards after contact per carry, rushing grade of -1.5

Thrown at 3 times for 3 receptions. 33 yards after the catch, 11.0 yards after catch per catch. 0 drops. 0 broken tackles/forced missed tackles. 2 passes caught within 9 yards of LoS, 1 pass caught behind LoS. 0.2 grade receiving

Allowed 1 QB hurry. -0.3 pass block.

Run block grade of 0.

Screen block grade of 0.

-1.6 grade overall.

Their paragraphs in "Three performances of Note"

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Lewan Delivers

Time to check in with first-round pick Taylor Lewan and as his +3.2 grade would suggest, his initial outing was a huge success. Sure not a lot was asked of him as he played with the second string unit but he did draw some one on one time with Nick Perry and kept him quiet as he was perfect in pass protection. In the run game he again was largely quite, rarely putting a foot wrong as he chiefly worked double teams before moving to a second level the team all too rarely got to. Thereís not exactly a laundry list of plays that will get Titans fans thinking theyíve hit the jackpot with him, but thereís very little out there that showed him out of his depth. And for a player likely to be used in a limited fashion this year, that doesnít hurt.

Quiet Day For Sankey

Itís always hard to evaluate a running back when heís playing with reserves, but it wasnít the kind of breakout game the Titans would have been hoping for from Bishop Sankey (-1.6). He wasnít helped with the average point of first contact with a defender being 1.6 yards ahead of the line of scrimmage but he was often a little too quick to try and bounce things outside without having the burst to make it work. Factor in a pressure he allowed as Jumal Rolle beat him on a blitz and it became a little clearer why we canít expect a healthy dose of Shonn Greene this year.

Still I for one would like to see what he could do running behind Chance Warmack and co because itís an awful lot easier to run a power based rushing attack with premier players, than guys fighting for a roster spot.


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 10, 2014 7:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

How'd DaQuan Jones do?
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 10, 2014 7:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ttitansfan4life wrote:
How'd DaQuan Jones do?


DaQuan Jones -

30 snaps - 13 run defense, 17 pass rush

0 sacks, 0 hurries, 0 hits, -0.9 pass rush grade

1 tackle(which was also a stop, which PFF describes as "a tackle which constitutes an offensive failure"). -0.4 rush defense.

0.1 penalty grading

-1.2 overall.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 10, 2014 7:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

PFF touched on the most important stat of Sankey's night as a rusher. He simply didn't have a lot of room to run. He didn't make enough men miss, but you could see it last night, if our line gives him a seam, he can plant his foot and burst through the hole beautifully.
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