i looked for that on PFF and couldnt find it -- has anyone? Curious what league average is
PFF also has Murray as a top 5 QB in accuracy for intermediate and deep throws. I guess he has to be with all those covered WRs
I still contend that 2nd Rams game was one of the better games against them late in the year. Just one terrible int and Aaron Donald looking like an Alien ready to destroy Garcia on the other. The level of difficulty on these throws.Add a sieve OL and its no wonder the offense struggled so mightily down the stretch without Hopkins. And with the D a trainwreck down the stretch, it makes perfect sense why this team struggled to win.
Keim has invested a ton into offensive skill position players, to the detrement of the rest of the team, and this is still the result. Maybe, just maybe, continuing to stack guys who don't get separation isn't the best idea.
I get what you are saying but one of the most difficult things to scout and translate to the NFL is the ability to separate. The gap in skill level in college secondary's vs NFL is so large. If people knew Renfrow would be able to separate in the NFL like he has he would have never been a 5th rounder.Keim has invested a ton into offensive skill position players, to the detrement of the rest of the team, and this is still the result. Maybe, just maybe, continuing to stack guys who don't get separation isn't the best idea.
i think there is some truth to this -- especially with the number of short hitches run by Kliffs offense against zone coverageIf there is an issue here I'd say it's more on Kliff's scheme which is pretty basic in it's route concepts and features a lot of 1 on 1 matchups where our man is expected to beat their man straight up. Very few combination routes or other scheme assistance.
There is definitely some of that, but I don't believe the PFF stats.