Packers Snap Counts Versus The Vikings: Week Seventeen

The Packers overcome a slow start to easily defeat the short-handed Minnesota Vikings, thereby securing the number one seed in the playoffs and a first-round bye.

 

After having placed multiple players on the Covid list, on Saturday the Packers re-activated Corey Bojorquez, Ben Braden, Oren Burks, Tyler Davis, Marcedes Lewis, and Ty Summers (still on IR, however).  Kingsley Keke and Amari Rodgers remain on the Covid list along with Chauncey Rivers, who is on Injured Reserve and is expected to miss the rest of the season.  The Packers signed WR David Moore to the Practice Squad and elevated Moore and DE Abdullah Anderson as Covid Emergency Replacement Players to the active roster for the game against the Vikings.  Jaire Alexander was also placed on the Covid Reserve List.

David Bakhtiari and Billy Turner were not active due to injury.  Safeties Shawn Smith and Vernon Scott, and defensive lineman Jack Heflin were healthy scratches. 

 

Player Snaps % STs
Nijman 75 100 7 - 26%
Newman 75 100  
Patrick 74 100 7 - 26%
Runyan 74 100 7 - 26%
Kelly 74 100  
Braden 1 1 7 - 26%
Van Lanen 1 1  
Hanson 1 1  
       
Rodgers 63 84  
Love 12 16  
       
Dillon 39 52  
Jones 31 41  
P. Taylor 12 16  
       
Davis 32 43 24 - 89%
Deguara 30 40 2 - 7%
Dafney 19 25 4 - 15%
Lewis 13 17  
       
Adams 62 83  
Lazard 56 75  
Valdes-Scantling 49 65  
St. Brown 18 24 4 - 15%
Winfree 14 19 17 - 63%
Moore     8 - 30%
       

The Packers ran the ball well.  In the first half Aaron Jones carried the ball 6 times for 69 yards (11.5-yard average), including a 28-yard ramble.  Even excluding the long run, Jones still rushed 5 times for 41 yards, a healthy 8.2-yard average in the first half.  Jones only carried the ball twice in the second half, gaining 7 yards to finish with 8 total carries for 76 yards. 

A.J. Dillon carried the ball 6 times in the first half for 19 yards, a 3.17-yard average.  In the second half, he carried the ball 8 times for 44 yards, a 5.5-yard average.  Dillon finished with 14 carries for 63 yards, a 4.5-yard average, including 2 touchdowns.  Dillon gained some tough yards while the offensive line also wore down Minnesota.  Dillon's longest run was 9 yards.  Patrick Taylor rushed 6 times for 18 yards, all in the second half, with a long of 11. 

The offensive line kept Aaron Rodgers clean.  Per Pro Football Focus, Minnesota only generated 9 pressures as a team on 45 passing attempts (and there probably were multiple players getting credit for a pressure on a single play).  NBC indicated during the game that Rodgers had only been pressured twice on 25 passing attempts.  Rodgers continued with his trend of getting the ball out quickly, averaging 2.36 seconds to throw against Minnesota, per PFF.  The Packers allowed just 3 quarterback hits and zero sacks.

Davante Adams caught 11 passes on 14 targets for 136 yards and a touchdown.  Allen Lazard added 72 receiving yards on 6 receptions and 6 targets, including a beautiful contested touchdown catch.  Jones and Dillon contributed 30 and 20 receiving yards, respectively.  Rodgers finished with a 114.8 passer rating.

It is interesting that Tyler Davis got more snaps than Deguara.  It is possible that Marcedes Lewis' low snap count was due to being on the Covid Reserve List during the week. 

 

Player Snaps % STs
Stokes 54 100 5 - 19%
Savage 54 100  
Douglas 46 85 9 - 33%
Amos 46 85  
Sullivan 35 65  
King 11 20 8 - 30%
Jean-Charles 9 17 18 - 67%
Black 8 15 19 - 70%
Yiadom 8 15 19 - 70%
       
Campbell 46 85  
P. Smith 43 80  
Gary 42 78  
Barnes 37 69 4 - 15%
Garvin 12 22 8 - 30%
Galeai 11 20 16 - 59%
Burks 8 15 20 - 74%
McDuffie     20 - 74%
       
Clark 39 72  
Lowry 35 65 9 - 33%
Slaton 21 39 10 - 37%
Anderson 16 30 3 - 11%
Lancaster 13 24 9 - 33%
       

DeVondre Campbell rebounded with a nice game.  He finished with 8 tackles (7 solo), including a tackle for loss.  Campbell even got a few snaps off.  He seemed very physical and did a nice job limiting gains.  Krys Barnes also seemed to rebound with 5 tackles (3 solo) and 2 passes defensed.  Rashan Gary and Preston Smith each added two tackles for loss, while Chandon Sullivan had one. 

The Packers limited Dalvin Cook to just 17 yards on 7 carries (2.4-yard average) in the first half.  Cook rushed twice in the second half for minus 4 yards to finish with 9 carries for 13 yards, a 1.4-yard average.  The snap counts show that the Packers played just 2.3 defensive linemen per play, well below recent games.  It is my sense that the Packers played 3 defensive linemen quite a bit in the first half, but nflgsis does not give totals for each half.  It is nice to see Clark with just 39 snaps.  Lancaster may have been on a snap count or limit since he was listed as questionable with a back injury during the week.

The Packers only had 5 quarterback hits.  Gary had 4 QB hits with a sack, while Preston Smith had one which was a sack.  Preston Smith now has 9 sacks on the year and needs one more to earn another $750,000.  Smith has earned $1.25 million in sack incentives to date.  It will be interesting to see if the Packers sit Smith against the Lions.

The Packers played a lot of players who do not normally see the field.  It did not seem to matter much.  The Packers held Dalvin Cook to next to nothing and limited Justin Jefferson to 58 receiving yards on 6 catches, though he had 11 targets.  The Packers did seem to lose track of TE Tyler Conklin a few times in the first half.  Conklin finished with 47 yards on 5 receptions (9 targets) but he had a 24-yard reception negated by a penalty.

The kicking operation looked smoother, although there was one high snap on a field goal that Borojquez got down in time.  David Moore seemed to know how to catch a punt and what to do with it after he caught it.  Borojquez shanked a 24-yard punt and finished with a 21.5-yard net on two punts (one touchback).  As a note, nflgsis only lists 4 offensive linemen with 7 special team snaps (3 field goals, 4 extra points), and there are always five offensive linemen so listed.  I do not know if it is some kind of misprint or if the Packers did something radically different.

All statistics courtesy of Nflgis unless otherwise noted.

 

WR:  2.65

TE:  1.25

RB:  1.09

DL:  2.30

ILB: 1.69

OLB: 2.00

DB:  5.02

 

 

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

January 03, 2022 at 05:57 am

In terms of snap counts, TE Tyler Davis got some love by leading the TEs in snaps. That could be because Lewis just came off the Covid list, though he was reactivated quickly. Krys Barnes also got more snaps than normal. So I chose a photo of them.

A lot of guys who normally only play on STs got some snaps. Yiadom and others played. Gileai got flattened into the ground on one pass rushing attempt but also had a nice solo tackle while covering a punt (IIRC). Black and Douglas also had solo tackles on STs and Burks had an assist.

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Turophile's picture

January 03, 2022 at 07:15 am

As always, thanks for putting this together, TGR.

Good to see that Lazard seems to have recovered from the dropsies. Even better to finally see a punt returner (Moore ) that can secure and run.

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dobber's picture

January 03, 2022 at 07:56 am

Agree on Davis...he's the only other TE on the roster after Lewis who can try to play in-line.

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Turophile's picture

January 03, 2022 at 09:32 am

I have hopes for Colorado St. TE, Trey McBride (6'4", 260lb), with the Packers late round 2 pick in the next draft. Let him see plenty of game film of BigDog blocking, that will definitely help.

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LLCHESTY's picture

January 03, 2022 at 10:51 am

I like McBride or Jeremy Ruckert from Ohio State 2 or 3 rounds later. Ruckert is no seam stretcher but sure handed and very good blocker. I liked John Bates as a 3rd day guy last year. He had one catch in the first 8 games for Washungton but now has 19 catches on only 23 targets and a 68 grade from PFF.

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stockholder's picture

January 03, 2022 at 11:14 am

I wouldn't draft anyone from Ohio State this year>. THE draft board Rankings will change. Bank on it. In fact: I hope Gutey dumps his picks and moves up. Yes, I'm talking moving a 1 ,3 and 4.

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Turophile's picture

January 03, 2022 at 02:41 pm

Gutey moves around more than TT did..........and he moves both up and down.

What exactly would you be moving up for ?

WR ? Maybe, as of now it looks like Bell could be available without moving up and there are several other possibilities spread around - so unless you love one guy. Wait

Edge ? It's a great year for edge guys, tons of them all over the place. Miss on one and get another later. Wait

TE ? Little available to go up for in round 1. Maybe move up a couple of spots to get McBride with the 2nd round pick, but you might get him even if you wait. Small move or wait.

They are the three most likely positions to be drafted early. They might get a big DE (which I've wanted them to do for years) especially if they let Lowry go (who has been solid this year but carries a fair cap hit). They might also lose King (also fairly likely) and be hunting for another CB - they have drafted loads of DBs high in the last 6 or so years.

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stockholder's picture

January 03, 2022 at 05:30 pm

WR - Positively. The guy I would go up after is Treylon Burks Ark.But - The Georgia defense may be pick #1 again.

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LLCHESTY's picture

January 04, 2022 at 11:18 am

I'd rather see him move down and load up on DL, Edge and WR. It's well past time to spend a high pick on a D lineman but there isn't much depth up top this year. They definitely need to invest in a DE type and a 3T.

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LLCHESTY's picture

January 04, 2022 at 11:15 am

Nobody would consider me a Ohio State fan but Ruckert is a good player. What they should be looking for in an inline guy.

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Savage57's picture

January 03, 2022 at 06:20 am

They brought up a point last night that I've been wondering about a bit.

With the possibility of the return of Bakh, Zed and Jaire, do you reintroduce them into their units gradually, or just slot them in their former roles as starters and hope?

I like how this team is playing and hope they don't break the roux.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

January 03, 2022 at 06:52 am

I think Z is the easiest. Just rotate him in as his productivity justifies.

Bakh is more difficult. Can he play anywhere other than LT at this point? Probably been too long since he played RT or a guard position - last time might have been training camp in 2013. Will Bakh have cohesion with Runyan? I am assuming Bakh is better than Nijman, not necessarily the case depending on his health and his trust in his knee. Can Nijman play anywhere else? Same issue with cohesion on the run plays.

Jaire is also interesting. Should they just plug him in as the slot defender, leaving Stokes and Douglas on the boundary? See the link below on GB's issues with the slot. I think this is a matter of matchups - which is a nice way of punting on answering the question.

https://www.acmepackingcompany.com/2021/12/31/22860521/friday-musings-af...

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Coldworld's picture

January 03, 2022 at 09:35 am

If his shoulder is less than full strength, putting him in the slot seems counterintuitive. Run support is a bigger part of that role as is defending TEs.

On your point about the D line, they opened in base, but once the lead was double digits, they had shifted away from worrying about the run. Since the D had less work in the first than the second half (and we were rotating in replacements later), I think that skews the stats. The initial game plan was heavier.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

January 03, 2022 at 10:29 am

I agree. I was trying to suggest that the 2.3 DL for the game is too low for just the first half. I would have expected something closer to 2.6 or 2.7 DL/play for just the first half and down to 2.0 or so for the second half.

Yeah, slot my have more run support. I wonder if Stokes or Douglas can play the slot? I don't like to mess with Douglas because he is playing better than he has in his career as used in GB. I don't like to mess with Stokes because he is a rookie. It is an issue.

I'd live with telling Jaire to go easy on hitting people, at least if I thought the feisty guy would listen.

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Coldworld's picture

January 03, 2022 at 11:09 am

Douglas has looked pretty good inside when coverage has taken him there. Stokes I’d leave where his speed gives him the most help verses inexperience.

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LLCHESTY's picture

January 03, 2022 at 11:10 am

I'd like to see Douglas tried at "star" next year if they manage to resign him. His size and aggressiveness in there would be intriguing.
His newfound love of film study makes me wonder if he could take over the slot when/if Alexander returns. At the very least he should be an option there if Sullivan is having a bad day.

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LLCHESTY's picture

January 03, 2022 at 11:04 am

When I was watching highlights of the offense I noticed Nijman really getting after guys on few plays. I think he has played enough where he's relaxed and more aggressive. He got a shoulder into Barr on one of Jones's long runs that also disrupted the pursuit of another player. Also saw a couple pass plays where he got his punch in early and the player across from him basically gave up. I know Richardson was playing out of position across from him but he had snaps against a smaller player too and looked good.

Very glad he's considered just a 2nd year guy, he gives them a lot of options for next year. Not sure if it means moving Jenkins back to G but I think they should try to find a way to get Bakh, Nijman and Jenkins all on the field when Jenkins is healthy.

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flackcatcher's picture

January 03, 2022 at 02:17 pm

The real question is are these guys physically ready to play. So far the answer is no. Besides, outside of Turner and Cobb, not one of the others has had game time in months. Turner is needed because there is no 'next man up' in the O line, that's how thin the Packers are. Cobb is a want, not a need, and core injuries are very slow to heal. He could play, but he won't the same player he was earlier in season. (Lazard wasn't the same player until this season after his core injury) Bahk is dealing with a serious ACL, an injury that takes a fair amount of time to heal. And Alexander, the Packers do remember what happened to T Will and how long it took for him to get back to the field. Gray can plug King in the slot pending health. What will the Packers do has already been decided, one way or the other. We just don't know it yet.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

January 03, 2022 at 07:41 am

By the way, don't break the roux! Dear me, my wife could really cook, and now I've been deprived of sublime sauces for almost a decade. My cooking is worse than Mannion.

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dobber's picture

January 03, 2022 at 08:32 am

Making sauces is dark magic. It takes a practiced hand and the sacrificing of a chicken to get it right on a regular basis.

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murf7777's picture

January 03, 2022 at 08:21 am

Good point….I think its important that especially Bak gets some playing time this week. I would think it would be very difficult for him to be off a year and come right into a playoff game without any prior game experience with a different line. I feel similar about Jaire and how he will fit into the backfield.

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dobber's picture

January 03, 2022 at 08:39 am

This is the huge question of the week, isn't it?

I'd think you wouldn't want to put any returnees out there cold, but you certainly don't want to expose them too much in a meaningless game--especially against a team like Detroit who will be champing at the bit to make their mark next week.

I think it's possible we see some Alexander. The fact that Bakhtiari was a DNP all last week makes me think he'll likely be out and potentially starting cold in the divisional round. No word on Turner, Myers, or Z, but I think that Turner is the most likely of the 3 to be available in 3 weeks...as a guess.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

January 03, 2022 at 09:04 am

Jaire went on the Covid list. I don't know if he is symptomatic. I am wondering if Jaire will be able to practice at all this week. Oh well, he is veteran so perhaps he will find the field.

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x24's picture

January 03, 2022 at 09:30 am

Could the COVID list be a way to stash him for another week while he continues recovery?

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

January 03, 2022 at 10:24 am

That's a seminar level question. I don't know. Never read that going on the Covid List tolls the 21-day period GB has in which to activate Alexander, but again I don't know that answer.

GB plays Jan. 22 or 23, and have to activate Jaire by Jan. 18. I suspect that would sacrifice the roster spot even if Jaire isn't ready until the Conf. Championship game. If it does toll, I suppose it would save a roster spot for a week.

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x24's picture

January 03, 2022 at 11:18 am

Thanks

A move like that would strike me as more "Belichick" than "Packer", but I do wonder...

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Gman1976's picture

January 03, 2022 at 06:34 am

Yiadom got some snaps at CB, but they weren't pretty (unless something clicks, I don't think he will be on the team long term). I was pleasantly surprised by a pretty physical tackle by Jean-Charles (he may be someone to watch in the future).

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croatpackfan's picture

January 03, 2022 at 06:34 am

Thanks TGR. All the best for New Year...

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PewAuKeeFan's picture

January 03, 2022 at 08:30 am

Yiadom came in to increase the penalty count on the Packers. Just a few snaps, and he managed to get 2 penalties!

Lucky that was in garbage time.

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flackcatcher's picture

January 03, 2022 at 02:22 pm

(At the game) I swear the kid leaves his brain on the sideline...

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Guam's picture

January 03, 2022 at 08:46 am

I am surprised that Davis is getting more snaps at TE than Deguara or Daffney. Deguara did not help his case when he dropped that TD pass in the end zone (hit him in a bad spot, his hands......). If Lewis decides to retire after this season, the Pack are going to have to invest in another TE.

Looks like Gute may have found a return guy. Moore catches the ball smoothly and heads up field like he has done this before. Much more confidence than Am. Rodgers or anyone else the Pack have had this year. Go Gute!

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PeteK's picture

January 03, 2022 at 02:32 pm

Maybe use Moore at the slot. He had a solid year last season with Seattle receiving and some rushing. ( 35 receptions -6 TDs, ran the ball 8 times for a 7.6 avg)

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Coldworld's picture

January 03, 2022 at 10:00 am

Davis is an in-line player and they barely used Lewis. They were also trying to get Dafney some action after being injured. I actually like Davis quite a lot: he’s a good blocker with decent athleticism: potentially a true all rounder TE as opposed to H back type. He started college as a QB and had some development needed. His college career had some adversity in terms of opportunities to put up personal stats on his final year, where he was used mostly as a blocker to help out an O line in transition of personnel and style.

He ran a 4.65 second 40-yard dash at his pro day, posted a 9-5 broad jump and 23 bench press reps. That would put him as the second fastest TE at the combine that year (he wasn’t invited to the combine).

At 252 and 6’4” he’s a bigger body than Deguara and Daffney. He’s not a 270 plus behemoth like Lewis or Kaufusi, but he’s a legitimate in line TE in today’s terms. He also seems to be a plus locker room character and a genuine football lover and student. He’s the kind of guy who sometimes slips in under the radar only to become a genuine player.

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Guam's picture

January 03, 2022 at 10:29 am

Good info CW, thanks! I did not know Davis's history, only that he showed up on the Packer roster. The Pack will need a Lewis replacement sooner or later and it would be great if they didn't have to spend a draft choice to find him.

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Coldworld's picture

January 03, 2022 at 01:16 pm

I think the true Lewis replacement is intended to be Kaufusi, but Davis may be that all round TE we have been missing.

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LLCHESTY's picture

January 03, 2022 at 11:24 am

They may be looking at replacing two guys if they can't agree on a deal with Tonyan. I think it helps to remember the Packers use 3 different types at TE; the big inline guy, the guy that can split out wide and the H back/fullback player. Ideally they could find a guy that's equally good at the first two but I don't think it's necessary in LaFleur's offense.

Given that TEs usually take awhile to develop I hope they draft at least one and maybe two this year. What happens at WR this offseason will have a lot of bearing on it obviously.

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wildbill's picture

January 03, 2022 at 01:37 pm

Once again many thanks for the snap count info!

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flackcatcher's picture

January 03, 2022 at 02:49 pm

Nice overview TGR. Pretty much tracks with what I saw at the game. Comments: This team played with purpose last night. The defensive game plan was clearly to have the both the D-line and OLB play inside the gaps and take away the run lanes. Campbell was closer to the LOS than usual. The Packers clearly thought that Mannion? could not get off the hot read, and played for the most part man coverage. Both Strokes and Douglas were good last night. Clarke was clearly given the green light to rush and left the gap protection to either D lineman. Gary and P. Smith outmatched whatever the Viking threw at them on the edge, both were playing in the Viking's side of the LOS all game long. (the drop off between them and their replacements is deep and wide.) Rodgers threw into coverage at least 5 times (by my count) on routes by Adams. Three had no window. Rodgers completed one, and Adams took two away which were interceptions. D. Adams was a man among boys last night. It was clear that the Packers were going to the short game to protect Rodger's toe. This offensive line has put a string of solid to good games since Jenkins and Turner were injured. This was the first game with a solid running attack, one can see the O line coming together as a unit. Patrick called an excellent game at the LOS, by the early third quarter, the Viking D line had given up. The vikings looked cold, VERY COLD (Zimmer especially) last night... :-) Mentally, this team looks ready for playoff football.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

January 03, 2022 at 04:18 pm

Okay, PFF grades are out. Let's see how PFF's opinion stacks up with mine and those expressed in the comments.

Best OFF: Rodgers, 90.4, Adams 89, Lazard 79.0, Kelly 75.1, Jones 73.8
Worst: Deguara 50.7, Dafney 51.2, MVS 52.0, Love 52.4, ESB 57.8

Best DEF: Barnes 92.3, Gary 85.5, Campbell 85.2, Lowry 79.8, Lancaster 78.8
Worst: Yiadom 28.9, Anderson 55.1, Tipa 57.9, Savage 58.4, Burks 64.2

kelly was highest rated run blocker, allowed no pressures.
Jones forced 5 missed tackles, 35 yards after contact.

ILBs were good in coverage and against the run. Nice!
Gary had 8 pressures
Lowry with 4 pressures and good run D.

Deguara with the drop.
Dafney poor vs. run and running routes.
ESB missed some blocks. 14 rec. yards.

Yiadom - 30 yard completion allowed, 2 penalties
Anderson - 1 pressure in 14 pass rushes.
Tipa - 1 pressure in 11 pass rushes.

AR completed 27 of 32 pass attempts from clean pockets.
RBs forced 8 misses, 131 yards after contact
GB had 11 defensive players grade 70+.
Defenders not mentioned: 64.2 to 78.8.

I would have given Dillon a good grade but his grade is not mentioned by Zack Kruse at Packerswire, so somewhere between 73.8 and 57.8.

My biggest take:

The Defense is really good when it gets good ILB play. [Yes, ILB play might be dependent on other factors, including competent DL play, but most things are interconnected on defense.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

January 03, 2022 at 04:41 pm

Okay, per Jacob Morley, Kenny Clark finished with 3 pressures.

Gary's PFF totals:

76 pressures (2nd)
15 QB hits (4th)
10 Sacks (15th)
25.1% win rate (3rd).

Hmmm, it might be time to deemphasize my support for drafting Brian Burns at 12 in the 2019 draft [🤣]. To Be Honest, Wilkins, Lindstrom (despite being a guard?), Dexter Lawrence and Simmons all would have been fine choices, and Burns isn't that far behind Gary. The thing is, Gary still looks to have potential for substantial improvement over his current high level of play.

OTOH, Thornhill over Savage as a pick. I liked Thornhill better. The thing is, you can't teach 4.36 speed, and I am mindful that Collins didn't ascend as a player until his 4th year, which will be 2022.

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Leatherhead's picture

January 03, 2022 at 07:15 pm

An observation…

We ran 74 offensive plays, and that’s more than usual.

28 handoffs 4 QB runs,, 9 targets to the RBs. That’s 41 plays for the backfield. Add in 14 targets for Adams and it’s 55 of our 74 plays. That’s almost 75% of our plays go to Adams or an RB. I like it. Use your best weapons as much as you can.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

January 03, 2022 at 07:03 pm

LOL. I wrote in the watch party that the offense was too much Adams/Jones/Dillon. Then Lazard made another play and started to stack successes. still, if a team has a weakness covering TEs for example, it is nice to have a TE on the roster who can exploit that weakness.

I don't remember you using that sweet kitty for the photo on your posts in the past. I like it.

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Leatherhead's picture

January 03, 2022 at 07:31 pm

I’ve written about the math before, how there’s only a finite number of plays. When 3/4 of them involve Adams or the backfield, that leaves less than 20 opportunities for everybody else.

MSV, EQ, Lazard, Cobb, Amari, Lewis, Deguara, Dafney, etc. You’re cutting the rest of the pie into some really thin slices, even when guys are injured. That’s why I never have seen the sense of spending a high pick on, or big $$ for a superduper WR.

Despite not having any real receiving threat at TE, we’re still trying to involve them in the passing game, but for all practical purposes these guys are an extra offensive lineman

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