In the Starting Line-Up
Barmore shows promise, but he has a ways to go to turn that into production.
The more mysterious cases are the players that are frequently double teamed but have little pass rush impact. That could be because they aren't good at rushing the passer (Poe last year) or because the double team renders them ineffective. And sometimes it's just a scheme thing - nose tackles are often double teamed even though they don't often create pressure on the passer. A win for them is holding their ground and not getting pushed off their spot.
For Barmore, he is very frequently double teamed and has some modest success rushing the passer. I suspect it's mostly a scheme thing with him (Butler was similar last year).
I agree with this. I am not a great Xs and Os guy, but isn't the double team due to some formation that BB uses occasionally. In other words the double team is not an opposing offensive plan. For example (I am guessing here) Barmore (or Butler previously) are the DT in a 3 man defensive line and are two gapping over the center. So one of the guards naturally helps the center, so Barmore is double teamed (but not for his pass rushing threat, only because of the defensive formation)? Butler was the same last year. I made this up, but thought it might be correct.
Barmore might be defeating some of the double teams, but more likely he has a high win rate when he is not double teamed (the two are independent), so the graph is of limited value because it implies the player that is defeating double teams when that is not necessarily true?