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Signature Stats Leaders, Week 2


Khaled Elsayed | 2012/09/20
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Whether you’ve been following us since Day 1, or just realized we existed yesterday, the one thing you should know is we provide some of the most unique NFL data available anywhere.
 
Having all this data led to the creation of the Signature Stat section of our Premium Stats, and this season we’re taking a look at the recent week’s top performances through a Signature Stats lens.
 
Selecting out some of our most popular Signature Stats, here are some of the players that led the pack in Week 2:
 




Accuracy Percentage


You know what a completion percentage doesn’t tell you? It doesn’t tell you when a quarterback spiked a ball, threw it away, had a pass batted at the line of scrimmage, or was hit while in the process of making a throw. Well, our adjusted completion percentage ignores those throws where a quarterback’s aim can’t be measured, and goes further by counting dropped passes as good as completions to give a reflection of who the most accurate quarterbacks are.

1     Aaron Rodgers
2     Alex Smith
3     Ben Roethlisberger
4     Michael Vick
5     Dree Brees



Elusive Rating
 
The evil genius that is Sam Monson was sick of being told who the most elusive backs in the league were, so he created a formula to show the world. Looking at the number of missed tackles a running back forces, and their yards after contact, there truly is nothing quite like it.

1.....Pierre Thomas
2.....Marshawn Lynch
3.....Isaac Redman
4.....Willis McGahee
5.....LeSean McCoy



Yards Per Route Run
 
It’s all well and good seeing a wide receiver was on the field for a certain amount of snaps, but it’s useless information unless you know what type of snaps he was in for. Our Yards Per Route Run Signature Stat lets you know which receivers truly are the most productive (numerically) on a per-route basis.


1.....Vincent Jackson
2.....Steve Smith
3.....Danny Amendolla
4.....Brandon LaFell
5.....Hakeem Nicks



Pass Blocking Efficiency
 
Sick of hearing comments without substance regarding offensive linemen? Well, settle your stomach by looking at our Pass Blocking Efficiency rankings, available at every offensive line position and for each team’s collective unit. It’s not just about sacks but who is giving up the most pressure on a per-snap basis. Have a look at this list of the five offensive tackles with the worst scores from Week 2:


1.....Michael Harris
2.....Austin Howard
3.....Jeromey Clary
4.....Tyler Polumbus
5.....Jermon Bushrod




Pass Rushing Productivity
 
The first ever PFF Signature Stat, it’s grown as we have. It’s available at every single defensive position, so if you want, you can check out who the most productive pass rushing corner in the league is. Or, you can focus on the big guns and see which defensive ends may not be getting the sacks but are making life harder for the quarterback consistently. Here’s a combined look at the best scores from those who rushed the passer at least 20 times in Week 2:


1......Kamerion Wimbley
2......Chris Long
3......J.J. Watt
4......Clay Matthews
5......Frank Alexander



Run Stop Percentage
 
Tackle numbers. The bane of my existence. You can have a lot of tackles, but so what if they’re coming 10 yards down field when a guy has already done the damage? No, we look at defenders who make defensive stops (plays that don’t get enough yards to be considered a win for the offense). Looking exclusively at plays in run defense, our Run Stop Percentage tells you who is making the most stops per running snap on the field. Here’s a list of the best scores from all defenders who played more than 20 snaps in the run game this week:



1.....Mason Foster
2.....Brandon Spikes
3.....Demeco Ryans
4.....Aldon Smith
5.....Kroy Biermann




Yards Per Coverage Snap
 
All cornerbacks give up yards, but some are bound to give up more simply because they spend more plays in coverage. A simple enough solution: create a stat that gives you the average number of yards a cornerback gives up per snap he is in coverage. There’s your context, and here are the top scores from Week 2 among those who spent at least 30 snaps in coverage:



1......Sam Shields
2......Chris Culliver
3......Lardarious Webb
4......Devin McCourty
5......Josh Wilson




Statistics are not the be all and end all. They’re certainly not as informative or intelligent as our player grades that are also available in our premium section and are part of the product we provide to numerous NFL teams. But, used in the right way, these numbers can add to the conversation, so we’ll continue creating stats that provide more context than anything else out there.





For the complete numbers.....

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/09/20/signature-stats-leaders-week-2/

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« #1 : September 21, 2012, 05:20:10 AM »

Pass Rushing Productivity

1......Kamerion Wimbley

I wish we could've signed him.


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« #2 : September 21, 2012, 07:37:14 AM »

Mason is beasting so far this season , and all his haters who wanted to replace him with Luke Weakly are strangely quiet about it.

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« #3 : September 21, 2012, 08:12:00 AM »

Mason is beasting so far this season , and all his haters who wanted to replace him with Luke Weakly are strangely quiet about it.

As for me, not replaced, just moved.


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« #4 : September 21, 2012, 09:21:58 AM »

Foster is baller.

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« #5 : September 21, 2012, 09:22:23 AM »

Mason is beasting so far this season , and all his haters who wanted to replace him with Luke Weakly are strangely quiet about it.

Mason is a baller.

Turns out it the LBers are affected by the play of the defensive line. QB is playing better as well. Who would have thought, right?

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« #6 : September 21, 2012, 09:26:49 AM »

Mason is beasting so far this season , and all his haters who wanted to replace him with Luke Weakly are strangely quiet about it.

Mason is a baller.

Turns out it the LBers are affected by the play of the defensive line. QB is playing better as well. Who would have thought, right?
Agreed that the line play affects the LB play as well as the way the secondary plays.  If we had a vicious pass rush our secondary wouldn't look as horrible as it does.  You're only as strong as your weakest link.

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« #7 : September 21, 2012, 09:32:13 AM »

I think Foster leads the league in bone crushing hits too. Kids really ballin right now.

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« #8 : September 21, 2012, 09:37:45 AM »

I think Foster leads the league in bone crushing hits too. Kids really ballin right now.
There have been some nice surprices so far this year and Foster is one of them.  Black not stinking up the joint is a nice surprise as well.

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« #9 : September 21, 2012, 09:42:44 AM »

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Run Stop Percentage
 
Tackle numbers. The bane of my existence. You can have a lot of tackles, but so what if they’re coming 10 yards down field when a guy has already done the damage? No, we look at defenders who make defensive stops (plays that don’t get enough yards to be considered a win for the offense). Looking exclusively at plays in run defense, our Run Stop Percentage tells you who is making the most stops per running snap on the field. Here’s a list of the best scores from all defenders who played more than 20 snaps in the run game this week:


1.....Mason Foster
2.....Brandon Spikes
3.....Demeco Ryans
4.....Aldon Smith
5.....Kroy Biermann
2,386.....Barrett Ruud


Interesting

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« #10 : September 21, 2012, 11:25:58 AM »

Foster has been very good so far this season.  He knocked the fugg outta two Giants, which is always fun to watch.


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« #11 : September 21, 2012, 11:31:50 AM »

I predicted he would be our defensive MVP.

He was good in college, and the game is starting to come to him.


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« #12 : September 21, 2012, 12:58:22 PM »

Mason is beasting so far this season , and all his haters who wanted to replace him with Luke Weakly are strangely quiet about it.

As for me, not replaced, just moved.
I am a huge Kuechly supporter but, even I am a little disappointed in his play so far.

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« #13 : September 21, 2012, 02:11:05 PM »

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Run Stop Percentage
 
Tackle numbers. The bane of my existence. You can have a lot of tackles, but so what if they’re coming 10 yards down field when a guy has already done the damage? No, we look at defenders who make defensive stops (plays that don’t get enough yards to be considered a win for the offense). Looking exclusively at plays in run defense, our Run Stop Percentage tells you who is making the most stops per running snap on the field. Here’s a list of the best scores from all defenders who played more than 20 snaps in the run game this week:


1.....Mason Foster
2.....Brandon Spikes
3.....Demeco Ryans
4.....Aldon Smith
5.....Kroy Biermann
2,386.....Barrett Ruud


Interesting
Is that Ruuds rating or the yards the RB gets before he tackles him


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« #14 : September 21, 2012, 02:21:30 PM »

It seems like the change in defensive philosophy has definitely benefited both Foster and Black. I'm also hoping that Foster becomes something of an intimidator with his big hits and the attitudes he seems to have on the field.

There\'s a very real chance the Bucs waive [Revis] before next season. At the very least, it will be a discussion worth having.
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