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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; just some stats to fill up this slow week whilst we aren't playing Sacks 2013 - 6 games played - 20 sacks 2012 - 16 Games - 30 sacks in total for the season 14 of the 20 sacks have ...

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Old 10-18-2013, 06:17 AM   #1
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Bye week - Some Defensive stats

just some stats to fill up this slow week whilst we aren't playing

Sacks

2013 - 6 games played - 20 sacks
2012 - 16 Games - 30 sacks in total for the season

14 of the 20 sacks have come from the front 4

Interceptions

2013 - 8 picks in 6 games
2012 - 15 picks on the year

Individual stats

Cameron jordan has 5 sacks in 6 games, He had 8 Sacks through 16 games last season

Cameron Jordan leads the league (including JJ watt) on pressures, QB hits and hurries - Beast

Curtis Lofton is on pace for just shy of 150 tackles for the season, with 47 at the moment

Junior has 3 sacks in 6 games, had 5 sacks in 16 games last season

Kenny Vaccaro on pace for 90+ tackles with 33 at the moment

Malcolm Jenkins has 2.5 sacks, all coming in the past 2 games - aswell as 2 forced fumbles and 1 pick

Keenan Lewis leads the secondary with 2 picks - I personally think Corey white will replace Jabari Greer at some point

Forced Fumbles

2013 - 6 in 6 games
2012 - 11 in 16 games

Rankings

2013

Points allowed - 6th
Total Yards allowed - 12th
Pass Yards allowed - 11th
Rush yards allowed - 21st

2012

Points allowed - 31st
Total Yards allowed - 32nd
Pass yards allowed - 31st
Rush yards allowed - 32nd

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Old 10-18-2013, 06:35 AM   #2
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Re: Bye week - Some Defensive stats

Thanks. What a turn around!

Have to disagree about White/Greer though. Jabari is having a very good year.
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Thanks. What a turn around!

Have to disagree about White/Greer though. Jabari is having a very good year.
Greer is the one that let his WR get the step on him for Brady's final TD.

White plays harder.
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Greer is the one that let his WR get the step on him for Brady's final TD.
That's your reasoning for White starting over Greer? What happens when White gets burnt in a game, do you give the spot back to Greer or give the spot to someone else?

Soon enough, you'll be left with Sweeting starting opposite Lewis. Oh wait, what happens when Lewis has a bad game?

Ridiculous!
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Old 10-18-2013, 03:29 PM   #5
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Greer started off real well but his last two games have not been so great. He was the guy covering Alshon Jeffery for a good chunk of the Bears game and gave up at least a couple of really bad catches against the Pats not even counting the last one where he really should've had safety help.

Don't think that means White should be replacing him, but if Robinson was here and healthy I think Greer would be nickel right now.
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Originally Posted by |Mitch| View Post
That's your reasoning for White starting over Greer? What happens when White gets burnt in a game, do you give the spot back to Greer or give the spot to someone else?

Soon enough, you'll be left with Sweeting starting opposite Lewis. Oh wait, what happens when Lewis has a bad game?

Ridiculous!
Hold on there Jack. I don't start anyone and I didn't say a damn thing about anyone starting. I simply made the point that Greer leaves room for discussion based on his play. They have all been burnt for a TDs this season.

But by all means feel free to take a statement that I make and twist it into anything you like so you can put "Rediculous!" at the end of it for more drama.
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Originally Posted by TheOak View Post
I simply made the point that Greer leaves room for discussion based on his play. They have all been burnt for a TDs this season.
Yeah but which CB in the NFL has not been burnt at least once this season. It's the modern NFL that Jerry Rice would double all of his stats from.

I think our CBs have played valiantly this year so far but also think that Greer has to play the corner of the endzone on that play. It was the most obvious place. Not the end of his career as a starter though.
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Greer also had a nice TD attempt break up earlier in the game if I remember right. And with that excellent hold at the line, Brady was able to through a perfect pass.
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Greer plays fine. It was a great throw by a great QB. If he never burned people like Greer, then he wouldn't be the hype he is.
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Originally Posted by TheOak View Post
Hold on there Jack. I don't start anyone and I didn't say a damn thing about anyone starting. I simply made the point that Greer leaves room for discussion based on his play. They have all been burnt for a TDs this season.
If you didn't mean anything by it then why put Greer and White in a comment this way for? Easy for anyone to assume that you want White to play instead of Greer.

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Greer is the one that let his WR get the step on him for Brady's final TD.

White plays harder.
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