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As request by @Schwarzwald


Matt Ryan Time Until Sack
Weeks 1-15: 3.09 (26th)
Week 16: 3.90 (9th)

Matt Ryan - Pressured Drop Backs
Weeks 1-15: 235 (32nd)
Week 16: 10 (13th)

Matt Ryan - Pressure Rate
Weeks 1-15: 40.4% (30th)
Week 16: 21.3% (3rd)
 

Why does that matter?...

Matt Ryan - Adjusted Completion % (for the season)
Kept Clean: 80.8% 
Under Pressure: 52.8% 

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% of Snaps Taken Under Center
Weeks 1-15: 42%
Week 16: 63%

Play Action %
Weeks 1-15: 20.5% (27th)
Week 16: 27.7% (14th)

Why does that matter?...

Matt Ryan - Adjusted Completion % (for the season)
Play Action: 70.7% 
No Play Action: 65.8% 

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Pressure Rate Allowed by Tackles (RT & LT combined)
Weeks 1-15: 1,338 pass blocking snaps, 73 pressures, 5.46% pressure rate
Week 16: 95 pass blocking snaps, 2 pressures, 2.11% pressure rate
* odd number of snaps in week 16 is Sambrailo lined up as an extra linemen one snap
 

OL Pass Blocking Stats / Efficiency (per Game Stats)
Weeks 1-15: 46.3 Snaps, 1.9 Sacks, 2.8 QB Hits, 8.2 Hurries, 12.9 Pressures, 84.1% (24th)
Week 16: 47 Snaps, 0 sacks, 3 QB Hits, 4 Hurries, 7 Pressures, 92.6% (5th)


Pass Game - 1-1 Personnel Usage
Weeks 1-15: 74%
Week 16: 65%

Pass Game - 2-2 Personnel 
Weeks 1-15: 4 times
Week 16: 3 times

Pass Game - Multiple Tight End Sets
Weeks 1-15: 13%
Week 16: 24%

Why does that matter?...

Pass Game - Success Rate (for the season)
<2 Tight Ends: 47%
2+ Tight Ends: 56%

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Yards per Play
Weeks 1-15: 5.5 (15th)
Week 16: 7.1 (2nd)

Average Yards to Go on 3rd Down
Weeks 1-15: 7.9 (28th)
Week 16: 7.1 (17th)

% of Rushes Between Tackles 
Weeks 1-15: 50%
Week 16: 19% 

Offensive Success Rate
Weeks 1-15: 47% (12th)
Week 16: 52% (3rd)

Matt Ryan PFF Grade:
Weeks 1-15: 73.4 (15th)
Week 16: 80.8 (4th)

Devonta Freeman - Receiving Stats per Game
Weeks 1-15: 3.8 tgt, 3.4 rec, 22.9 yards, 0.2 TDs, 0.8 first downs, 6.7 yards per reception 
Week 16:  9 tgt, 9 rec, 74 yards, 1 TD, 5 first downs, 8.2 yards per reception

Julio Jones - Yards per Route Run (Led NFL Last 4 Years)
Weeks 1-15: 2.29
Week 16: 3.95
 

 

 

 

 

 

You can say "Oh, it was just Jacksonville's terrible defense" all you want, we did a ton of things different schematically and behaviorally...it isn't just about the result.

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@Rings this is exactly like what we saw.

I can't wait for the rest of the data, but so far it checks out. Nothing odd. I want more of the Jacksonville game. Ryan doesn't need to force the ball to Julio those 2 times, we run the hot hand at RB more often/a few more handoffs if necessary, but the efficiency was finally butta in all phases.

Thank you!!

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25 minutes ago, Rings said:

Like I said in another post, if Dirk called that style of offense I'm fine with him here next year (I guess I have to be either way since he is coming back).  

I'm fine with it too...if it means we actually CAN and DO run the ball coupled with the formations/pre-snap/PA we saw last week...but I believe it's "inclined" to keep Koetter at this point technically.

I'm only down if we truly get the balance going and aren't so vanilla. The players will at least be in year 2 and so will Dirk...OL ironing out long-term finally and maybe just maybe DQ will keep Dirk on a tighter leash; not trying to do as much with the Defense like he wanted to last offseason/first 8 games...maybe he'll become we more rounded HC we need out of him.

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2 minutes ago, Schwarzwald said:

I'm fine with it too...if it means we actually CAN and DO run the ball coupled with the formations/pre-snap/PA we saw last week...but I believe it's "inclined" to keep Koetter at this point technically. I'm only down if we truly get the balance going. The players will at least be in year 2 and so will Dirk...OL ironing out long-term finally and maybe just maybe DQ will keep Dirk on a tighter leash not trying to do as much with the Defense like he wanted to last offseason/first 8 games.

For sure.  Players will need to adjust to it as well, but you could see the scheme/play calls change...once/if it continues and players adjust it could be a lot of fun.  Was exciting seeing play action from under center again, as well as RB screens (can't find anywhere that has this data).

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3 minutes ago, Rings said:

@Schwarzwald IT UPDATED!!!

% of Snaps Taken Under Center
Weeks 1-15: 42%
Week 16: 63%

Average Yards to Go on 3rd Down
Weeks 1-15: 7.9 (28th)
Week 16: 7.1 (17th)

% of Rushes Between Tackles 
Weeks 1-15: 50%
Week 16: 19% 

 

 

 

My man!:slick:

That is some abandonment to so much of what we did this year. That was a completely different offense. Is that indicative of more outside zone or misdirection/toss ability to bounce outside?

Even with all the passes, we still had to throw a good amount from under C that much.

Was Dirk kidding around or getting a taste of it on film?

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5 minutes ago, Rings said:

Literally everything I criticized him for all year he changed in Week 16.

I will be holding onto that game as hope for what we could see next year.  Unfortunately I think most if it reverted back on Sunday.  I'll be curious once that data posts.

It really seems to be a mystery when you put up what we did from a personnel/formation standpoint. It matches the tape. It looked like the Shanny offense. :shrug:

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