awesome...somebody please please please tell omar this so he can stop saying we need another pass rusher opposite Wake
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I don't get it.
"On the left you'll find the most productive from among pass rushers that have rushed the passer 100+ times. On the right the most efficient, from among pass rushers that have rushed the passer 100+ times. The points per pass rush are multiplied by 100 for ease of reading."
How do you define the bolded terms?
Because the 3 columns of numbers in both these charts are exactly the same for each player and I don't see what is creating the different ranking (layout on my screen is not left/right but one above the other also, did something get cutoff which might explain things?).
Wake has accumulated 62 'points' while Hall has recorded 58 'points'. Wake is more productive.
It took wake 16 extra pass rushes to accumulate those 4 extra points. Making Hall more efficient.
Basically, hall gets more points on average everytime he rushes the QB, but wake has more points. Either way wake is 1st in production and 2nd in efficiency ;]
Great info, and great analysis.
This is the kind of information that GMs & scouting services use to evaluate players.
It's nice to get a taste of the reality, rather than just a player's reputation, etc.
Another thing I don't see mentioned all that much is that because of the way Miami is using Koa Misi, he is GENERALLY rushing a lot more over left tackle than right tackle. The Misi-Wake tandem tends to be strong/weak oriented on base downs but right/left on pass downs, and most of Misi's snaps have been on pass downs, and so the sacks, hits and pressures that he is earning, he's earning from the likes of Bryant McKinnie, D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Matt Light, Chad Clifton and Max Starks, more often than not.