palatypus wrote:I need help finding one on my old hard drive.
This site was like football outsiders, but it actually graded players and units on a game by game basis with commentary.
Big, long posts about it, alot of criticism.
Actual blocking grades. Anybody remember?
Nice thread ..
.. It's something that was needed.
I think the site your speaking of is profootballfocus
Full graded Gamebooks for each game, containing all the information below, produced before the following Sunday’s games
The number of offensive and defensive snaps each player played
The number of times each offensive player run blocked, pass blocked or went out in a pass pattern
The number of times each defensive player blitzed or dropped in coverage
Individual Player snap Summaries
Cumulative team snap charts
Cumulative team % snap charts
Gradings for each player, in each facet of play, in every game
Individual Player “cards” for ease of analysis
Graphical week-by-week grade charts for each player
Cumulative grades position by position (who’s the best run-blocking LT in the game?)
Cumulative team pages with player grades
Weekly and cumulative team grades in passing, rushing, blocking, etc.
How defensive players grade out against the run, in coverage and rushing the passer
ACCURATE tackler information
Defenders’ QB pressures, hits and hurries
Individual passer ratings against for LBs and DBs
YAC against LBs and DBs
Batted passes by defender
The gap each running back attacks
RB yards after contact
RB/WR/TEs making tacklers miss
Pass protection and receiving grades for RBs
Interceptions thrown toward WR
Accurate targets for WR/TEs/RB
Run blocking grades for WRs
Rushing grades for WRs
Individual passer catching ratings for RBs and WR/TEs
Who is covering who on each pass play and what stats are produced
How many times QBs throw it away, get hit as they throw and have passes batted down
How many QB passes are dropped
QB Passing by distance
QB Passing by direction
QB Passing under pressure
QB performance when blitzed
QB rushing broken down by scrambles, kneels, sneaks etc.
How linemen grade out in the run and passing games
Screen blocking grades for linemen
How many sacks, pressures and hits individual linemen are allowing
Grades for special teams aces
Separate sections on player pages for special teams play
Missed tackles on special teams
Punting and kickoff hang times
Punts kicked out of bounds and downed
Ratings for punt and kick returners
The number of penalties by player (including those declined)
Penalties by player just for special teams play (including those declined)
Normalized penalty grades for each player
Nearly every chart is sortable
Archives from 2009 and 2008 for reference
However, the material of interest is no longer free and is now available thru a $90.00 per year subscription.
If you’ve spent either of the last two seasons using PFF as your personal BFF (best friend forever), we’re sorry to take your blankie away.
Here is their subscription page with a sample chart and other information >>> http://www.profootballfocus.com/why-subscribe/