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State of OL according to PFF
Sat Oct 17, 2020 2:01 pm
  • Brown - 81 - 313 snaps - 1 sack - 1 penalty
    Iupati - 70.9 - 218 snaps - 0 sack - 1 penalty
    Pocic - 69.1 - 318 snaps - 0 sack - 0 penalty
    Lewis - 75.7 - 233 snaps - 1 sack - 5 penalties
    Shell - 67.4 - 305 snaps - 2 sacks - 2 penalties

    +++++

    Jamarco - 52.6 - 43 snaps - 0 sack - 2 penalties
    Simmons - 51.6 - 146 snaps - 0 sack - 1 penalty
    Ogbuehi - 74.1 - 14 snaps - 1 sack - 1 penalty

    Pocic seems to be adequate, Shell may be the weak link if the starting five. Brown and lupati are aging, do we have good backup or young tackle ready to step in? Lewis is doing well as a rookie with no training camp.






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Re: State of OL according to PFF
Sat Oct 17, 2020 3:54 pm
  • I think Lewis has a chance to be special eventually. The rest,,,,,eh.
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Re: State of OL according to PFF
Sat Oct 17, 2020 3:56 pm
  • toffee wrote:Brown - 81 - 313 snaps - 1 sack - 1 penalty
    Iupati - 70.9 - 218 snaps - 0 sack - 1 penalty
    Pocic - 69.1 - 318 snaps - 0 sack - 0 penalty
    Lewis - 75.7 - 233 snaps - 1 sack - 5 penalties
    Shell - 67.4 - 305 snaps - 2 sacks - 2 penalties

    +++++

    Jamarco - 52.6 - 43 snaps - 0 sack - 2 penalties
    Simmons - 51.6 - 146 snaps - 0 sack - 1 penalty
    Ogbuehi - 74.1 - 14 snaps - 1 sack - 1 penalty

    Pocic seems to be adequate, Shell may be the weak link if the starting five. Brown and lupati are aging, do we have good backup or young tackle ready to step in? Lewis is doing well as a rookie with no training camp.






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    Shell, while technically being the weakest, is damn good compared to what we've seen at right tackle previously. I'll take the play he's given any day.

    This season is really confirming a lot of what has been said about the offensive line before - moving to a pass-centric scheme has really allowed them to flourish in pass protection.

    I just want to see Lewis clean up his penalties. If he does, we're looking at one of the best-performing offensive lines in the entire NFL. Just need to start planning ahead for an heir-apparent at left tackle - Brown isn't going to be able to keep up Pro Bowl level blindside blocking for much longer.

    Little off topic, but it's a shame that Ifedi didn't get to play on this line. I'm sure he'd be doing just about as well as Shell is now. Would've been cool to see him get a bit of fanfare for once, but ah well, he's enjoying a career resurgence in Chicago.
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Re: State of OL according to PFF
Sat Oct 17, 2020 4:05 pm
  • Just for reference, our Ifedi's PFF with the bears

    Ifedi: 68.7 - 337 snaps - 1 sack - 1 penalty

    He would have been a huge bargain if we sign him at the Bears' rate.

    And he could be backup for RT, and RG, heck, who is to say he couldn't play LG?

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Re: State of OL according to PFF
Sat Oct 17, 2020 5:54 pm
  • Interestingly according to our offensive linemen's personal stats, they surrendered a total of 5 sacks, and yet, Wilson was sacked 15 times. Our backs, TEs or wilson simply holding the ball for too long?

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