My point was that playing next to someone like Dotson can negatively impact a players score. especially since a OL have to work together more than any other position.
I understood your point. My point is, frankly, your point is a bad point. Here are Cappa’s grades:
2018 next to Dotson: 40.1
2019 next to Dotson: 62.7 – a 56.4% improvement from the previous season
2020 next to Wirfs: 67.7 – a 6.4% improvement from the previous season
Using your logic, 2019 Dotson made a vastly bigger improvement for Cappa than 2020 Wirfs did. Given this information, would you agree that giving a certain OL player credit for another OL player’s performance may not be the best idea?
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