HTTRDynasty

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  1. HTTRDynasty

    4-3 Starting Lineup

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    4-3 Starting Lineup

    Right, but there are times when the SAM will have to cover the TE, as they'll both be on the LOS on the strong side of the formation in a 4-3 Under front. JDR put Von Miller there, and Miller would sometimes have to defend TE's in coverage. I expect we'll try Anderson there, but I don't expect him to be successful when he's asked to cover. EDIT: I also don't think we'll be able to go 1-high safety on every base snap. Especially when we're playing teams like the Eagles, with DJax and Reagor possibly both on the outside. I think we'd see more two-man defense in that situation if we aren't in zone.
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    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    It is. But I think he was more focused on the discrepancy between accuracy and completion percentage in that tweet, rather than highlighting how accurate Dwayne was by itself.
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    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    He's likely getting his data from Sports Info Solutions and putting the Min attempts at 20. I just looked it up myself:
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    4-3 Starting Lineup

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    4-3 Starting Lineup

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    4-3 Starting Lineup

    WASHINGTON REDSKINS: CB RONALD DARBY The NFL is a “what have you done for me lately” league, and Darby’s recent results have been disappointing to say the least. He was beat up pretty good with the Philadelphia Eagles last season, earning just a 39.8 grade in coverage and allowing a passer rating of 117.9 on throws into his coverage for the year. Here at PFF, though, work done over the last several years by our research and development team has shown that results in coverage are relatively unstable from year to year. That means that someone like Darby — who graded between 68.3 and 78.3 in each of the first four years of his career — has a decent chance of bouncing back from a down year in 2020. While others may put too much weight on a bad 2019 season, I like what Washington did by bringing in a 26-year-old with four quality seasons of starting experience on his resume.
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    4-3 Starting Lineup

    It would be, and I've thought about it as well. But that would leave us with the same problem so many of us hated last year - Sweat in coverage way more often than he should be. Plus, I wouldn't trust him playing man defense on TEs. Just imagining him trying to defend Kittle, Ertz, Goedert, Engram, etc. on intermediate or deep routes this upcoming season makes me cringe. This is also why I have a hard time seeing Ryan Anderson being successful at SAM.
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    OC - Scott Turner incoming

    Yeah, there's some good insight. I think an Athletic subscription is still free as of right now. I know they were doing a free 3-month (IIRC) subscription once the stay-at-home orders first started.