Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by reamer, Mar 12, 2019.
I'd draft him.
A Letter to NFL GMs | By Bryce Love
Man, that block on the blitzing linebacker. Sign me up anytime after the 4th round.
I love him. He is the perfect compliment to Sony, as well he is a first round talent.
134 is fair value to me. I'd probably have him 2 rounds earlier if not for injury concerns.
I keep coming back to this stat. I'm not advocating for or against drafting any of the players, but it's fascinating to look at the disparity in explosive plays between Jacobs and Henderson vis-à-vis their consensus draft rankings. Something doesn't add up.
The secret to drafting a WR is looking at the numbers that matter
And those are? Don’t leave us hanging
There's an explanation for each chart in the article.
Diontae Johnson and Terry McLaurin numbers look very strong in the charts for mid-round values.
Jalen Hurd would also be a good big-size receiver value in the mid rounds.
Links aren’t working for me. What are the numbers? Are we talking analytics, statistics or athleticism?
Red Zone catch rate and targets
Blitz downs catch rate and targets
Marginal Efficiency and 40yds time
@patchick I hope you didn't plan on getting any work done today. This is fascinating and fun!
The real metrics that matter. Finally, useful numbers to determine good football players!
Bill now has another reason to stay far, far away from Riley Ridley (and the rest of the unimpressive lot of UGA WRs).
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