1st wave of Free Agency (most likely) done - now what?

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Man this isn't the win you think it is Allen was paid like 10 times as much and produced a tiny bit more stats. Jones produced nearly what Allen and he's still paid less!
Zach Allen produced the 2nd most pressures from his position. The fact that you think these two things are the same is hilarious.
 
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Zach Allen produced the 2nd most pressures from his position. The fact that you think these two things are the same is hilarious.
But what is the relevance? You are comparing a 3T DT to a 5T DT. Your comparison is just as much off
 

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It does matter! Data isn't neutral.
You are delusional. The # of QB hurries IS NEUTRAL DATA, unless for some bizzaro reason you think that the NFL is conspiring to prop up Zach Allen. This is just getting beyond absurd, I need to stop responding.
 

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You are delusional. The # of QB hurries IS NEUTRAL DATA, unless for some bizzaro reason you think that the NFL is conspiring to prop up Zach Allen. This is just getting beyond absurd, I need to stop responding.

Does the NFL report QB Hurries as a stat?
 

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You are delusional. The # of QB hurries IS NEUTRAL DATA, unless for some bizzaro reason you think that the NFL is conspiring to prop up Zach Allen. This is just getting beyond absurd, I need to stop responding.
Now resorting to personal attacks calling me "delusional"

You obviously have a very poor grasp on this topic. A whole bunch of different groups and services chart sacks, pressures, knockdowns, etc.

PFF gives Zach Allen credit for seven sacks, while everyone else gives him credit for 4.5.
 

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Now resorting to personal attacks calling me "delusional"

You obviously have a very poor grasp on this topic. A whole bunch of different groups and services chart sacks, pressures, knockdowns, etc.

PFF gives Zach Allen credit for seven sacks, while everyone else gives him credit for 4.5.
Hold on a second! Is that true?
 

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Can't argue this the science here though. :)

Just kidding. Just kidding.
I used to be a PFF guy until I started seeing that even during the Cardinals best seasons, most of their best players had scores in the 60s.

How do you win 10, 11, and 13 games with only average players?

They also don't add weight to their scores. A pass rusher who only rushes the passer 50 times in a season can have a 90 grade and based on their litmus, that's essentially an All Pro.
 

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Free agency doesn't close until Jadveon Clowney signs his one-year deal.
Not might be close though! Wasn't expecting this so soon!

 

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My bad. He transfered from liberty to Louisville.

Still stand by my statement. You Cannot expect a late rounder to be NFL ready by Day 1
It can happen though. Not a regular occurrence but it's happened for certain guys.
 
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