PFF Preview: Packers @ Dolphins, Week 6
Rodgers is currently leading all QBs with at least 150 drop-backs in PFF QB Rating with a 102.3 mark and is also Top 10 in both Accuracy Percentage and Passing Under Pressure. Nelson is fifth among WRs with at least 30 targets in WR Rating and boasts a 3.24 Yards per Route Run which is good enough for the No. 1 spot.
Cameron Wake has not only the highest pass rush grade among 4-3 DEs with a +14.6, but it is second among all defensive players in the league behind only Bucs’ DT Gerald McCoy. OLB Jelani Jenkins is having a breakout year: No. 2 among 4-3 OLBs in Run Stop Percentage with 16 stops and is No. 2 in coverage, and has only missed a single tackle on the year.
Here are three more notable numbers for each side:
Green Bay Packers
Corey Linsley – The rookie came into the season as a question mark, but has come on strong after posting the highest overall and run blocking grade (+4.9) among centers in Week 5.
Julius Peppers – Peppers is seventh overall in Pass Rush Productivity among 3-4 OLBs and is tied with Clay Matthews for the Packers’ lead in pressures.
Josh Sitton – Sitton is the No. 1 guard in the league and is also the only guard with a pass block and run block grade above +5.0.
Branden Albert – Comes in tied for second in Pass Blocking Efficiency among tackles with 160 passing snpas, allowing only one sack and posting a +9.6 overall grade.
Jared Odrick – Odrick sits at seventh in Pass Rush Productivity among DTs with at least 100 snaps and also has a +3.6 grade against the run.
Michael Thomas – The DB has made his presence felt on kickoff and punt coverage with seven tackles on the year and zero missed tackles factoring into his +4.0 mark.
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