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1 minute ago, marshawn lynch said:

Rookie S Malik Hooker leading NFL in INTs

Rookie CB Tredavious White leading NFL in passes defensed.

The hype of the DB class so far seems to be real. It was obvious this was the deepest position entering the draft and its proving to be true so far.

Hooker tied with Mich Hyde in INTS.

2nd year in a row an "inferior" DB product from GB has went to another team and excelled in takeaways

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18 minutes ago, packerrfan74 said:
2 hours ago, joru1000 said:

Stefon Diggs is leading the league in receiving yards, but according to Packers fans wouldn't even be in the top-3 in the depth chart if he was on their team.

I don't think any Packers fan has said that. He would at the very least be our #3 over Cobb and most likely #2 over Adams.

Diggs is very clearly better than both Adams and Cobb. The argument is still there for Jordy, but if Jordy still is better, it won't be for long. 

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33 minutes ago, packerrfan74 said:

I don't think any Packers fan has said that. He would at the very least be our #3 over Cobb and most likely #2 over Adams.

o.O

He would be your #1. He would be every team's number #1, unless you are a Pittsburgh or Atlanta fan.

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Just now, cddolphin said:

o.O

He would be your #1. He would be every team's number #1, unless you are a Pittsburgh or Atlanta fan.

I'll still take Jordy over Diggs... but like @JBURGE25 said, that will change soon. Maybe before the end of the season 

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2 minutes ago, packerrfan74 said:

I'll still take Jordy over Diggs... but like @JBURGE25 said, that will change soon. Maybe before the end of the season 

If by some magic Diggs was transferred to the Packer's squad immediately, Jordy's intangible mental connection with Rodgers probably lends itself to better on-field performance when compared to Diggs.

So I would say Jordy > Diggs only if both were on the Packers.

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2 minutes ago, cddolphin said:

If by some magic Diggs was transferred to the Packer's squad immediately, Jordy's intangible mental connection with Rodgers probably lends itself to better on-field performance when compared to Diggs.

So I would say Jordy > Diggs only if both were on the Packers.

And that's exactly where my preference for Jordy comes from. Diggs is undoubtedly a better athlete right now, but that Rodgers-Nelson connection is all time great

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17 minutes ago, cddolphin said:

o.O

He would be your #1. He would be every team's number #1, unless you are a Pittsburgh or Atlanta fan.

id take a healthy Allen Robinson over him. 

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4 hours ago, Hunter2_1 said:

Sammy Watkins and Jared Goff; a perfect QB passer rating of 158.3 when they hook up

 

Same with Derek Carr and Micheal Crabtree. 

4 hours ago, Hunter2_1 said:

DeMarcus Lawrence; 8 more pressures than all other edge defenders. 30 pressures in 4 games (Miller second with 22)

Are sacks and hits included in this stat by any chance? 

Week 4 isn't tallied up yet but my numbers don't show the same through the first 3 weeks. Granted, these are just individual QB pressures for all defenders and not split between edge rushers, but still, Miller was leading the league with 13 and Lawrence was 5th with 10.5.

Player Team Pos Total
Von Miller DEN LB 13
Terrell Suggs BAL LB 12
Margus Hunt IND DL 11
Shaquil Barrett DEN LB 11
DeMarcus Lawrence DAL DL 10.5

 

2 hours ago, Hunter2_1 said:

Can you confirm that Matt Ryan stat?

Confirmed. He's 3-17 on passes for 20 or more yards.

Pass distance by week = Complete-Attempts(air yards only)

Week 1 | 21/30
50-99 = 0-0
41-50 = 0-0
31-40 = 1-1
20-30 = 0-1
11-19 = 4-5
06-10 = 5-7
01-05 = 9-13
00-BL = 2-3

Week 2 | 19/28 (1 unaccounted)
50-99 = 0-0
41-50 = 0-0
31-40 = 0-0
20-30 = 1-4
11-19 = 5-6
06-10 = 5-7
01-05 = 4-6
00-BL = 4-4

Week 3 | 24/35
50-99 = 0-0
41-50 = 0-1
31-40 = 0-2
20-30 = 0-2
11-19 = 5-7
06-10 = 9-12
01-05 = 5-5
00-BL = 5-6

Week 4 | 24/42
50-99 = 0-0
41-50 = 0-1
31-40 = 1-1
20-30 = 0-4
11-19 = 3-5
06-10 = 4-9
01-05 = 12-18
00-BL = 4-4

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Just now, LinderFournette said:

id take a healthy Allen Robinson over him. 

Would non-Jags fans though?

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Justin Houston's TD at the end of the game caused a 350,000 dollar swing for gamblers. Chiefs beat the spread(6.5 points) and the over(47-48.5)

Edited by Chiefer

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Jags defense has the most sacks in the NFL (18) and the Jags O-Line has given up the least amount of sacks (3).

 

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1 hour ago, JustAnotherFan said:

 

Are sacks and hits included in this stat by any chance? 

Week 4 isn't tallied up yet but my numbers don't show the same through the first 3 weeks. Granted, these are just individual QB pressures for all defenders and not split between edge rushers, but still, Miller was leading the league with 13 and Lawrence was 5th with 10.5.

 

Player Team Pos Total
Von Miller DEN LB 13
Terrell Suggs BAL LB 12
Margus Hunt IND DL 11
Shaquil Barrett DEN LB 11
DeMarcus Lawrence DAL DL 10.5

 

 

Sacks must be included then 

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1 hour ago, cddolphin said:

o.O

He would be your #1. He would be every team's number #1, unless you are a Pittsburgh or Atlanta fan.

AJ Green

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