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Old 06-20-2006, 04:29 PM   #16
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Re: Best blockers: Football Scientist

It may seem like Doc is no longer a penalty maker but he really is. He has had more holding calls last year than the previous two years combined. His false starts went down by 75% though.

I like this site for o-line stats http://snap.stats.com/stats/nflinfo/...6417&Submit=Go

He dropped in sacks allowed also.
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Old 06-20-2006, 04:34 PM   #17
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Here is links to all of them

Samuels
Doc
Rabach
Thomas -- like I said, best player on this offense
Jansen
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Old 06-20-2006, 04:46 PM   #18
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OK, the numbers mean nothing alone so here are the stats of pro bowlers

Samuels and Jansen compared to

Walter Jones Sea
Orlando Pace STL
Willie Anderson CIN
Jonathan Ogden BAL


Dock and Thomas compared to
Larry Allen DAL ASS
Steve Hutchinson SEA
Alan Faneca PIT
Will Shields KC

Rabach compared to
Jeff Saturday IND
Lecharles Bentley NO
Olin Kreutz CHI
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Old 06-20-2006, 04:54 PM   #19
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Re: Best blockers: Football Scientist

Good stats, BSB. You're right, Thomas really does stand out - his play is almost flawless, even though the other guys are pretty good.
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Old 06-20-2006, 05:08 PM   #20
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Re: Best blockers: Football Scientist

this is for RUN blocking. dockery is still #5 on our OL.
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Old 06-20-2006, 05:13 PM   #21
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wow, hutch is pretty good thomas too. clearly our #1.
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Old 06-20-2006, 05:29 PM   #22
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Don't play with heart or passion?

Wow. That's a pretty strong statement. How can you back that up?

I think Buges might disagree with you.
Thats just my opinion, So it's Fact


Keep in mind that redskins linemen are going to rate higher then Rams linemen because we were in MAX protect Most ever single play. Having a TE on the outside of your tackles every play really helps the OT stats. Our tackles are helped out by TE and RB chipping the DE every play.
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I still think they are overrated and dont play with heart or passion. I will take thomas and jansen over those guys any day of the week and twice on sunday...
A lot of skins fans don't know or appreciate what they have in Samuels. He was selected to the pro-bowl and he wasn't selected because of name recognition, he was selected because coaches and players thought he was very good.

All I really have to say is I'm glad we have the linesmen we have.
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Old 06-20-2006, 08:11 PM   #24
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Here is links to all of them

Samuels
Doc
Rabach
Thomas -- like I said, best player on this offense
Jansen

Sorry buddy but that's not a fair comparison, especially since Samuels and Jansen go up against ferocious DE.
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Sorry buddy but that's not a fair comparison, especially since Samuels and Jansen go up against ferocious DE.
Obviously. I am not comparing them. That is why I put up the list of stats of others top players at their positions and compared them.
I put up this entire post comparing positions---
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OK, the numbers mean nothing alone so here are the stats of pro bowlers

Samuels and Jansen compared to

Walter Jones Sea
Orlando Pace STL
Willie Anderson CIN
Jonathan Ogden BAL


Dock and Thomas compared to
Larry Allen DAL ASS
Steve Hutchinson SEA
Alan Faneca PIT
Will Shields KC

Rabach compared to
Jeff Saturday IND
Lecharles Bentley NO
Olin Kreutz CHI
Still Thomas is the best player on this line and offense. He is perfection. Few sacks and no penalties. He roles out and makes the block. He is perfect for this system and our O play went down IMMENSELY after he got hurt. The offensive disappearing act at the eagles, bucs, and seahawks was due to his absence.
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The offensive disappearing act at the eagles, bucs, and seahawks was due to his absence.
Seems logical doesn't it. Take away our bread and butter and leave us with a wing and a prayer.
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Can anyone tell me why the hell are we comparing our players? Is this a case of a solution in search of a problem?
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Can anyone tell me why the hell are we comparing our players? Is this a case of a solution in search of a problem?
The offseason can me people do and say crazy things...
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The offseason can me people do and say crazy things...
I guess we will have to wait till you hit 2000 or 2500.
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Can anyone tell me why the hell are we comparing our players? Is this a case of a solution in search of a problem?
Because we on this board wield a tremendous amount of power when it comes to who will be starting on the O-line and who we draft/sign next year.

Didn't you know that most of us on this board work in the 'Skins front office or are coaches?
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