PFF Preview: Redskins @ Colts, Week 13
In McCoy’s lone start against Dallas he posted a +2.1 passing grade and also a +1.2 rushing grade. In that week he graded out as the fifth ranked quarterback in PFF Rating with a 100.49 mark. He was tied with Drew Brees at seventh for his performance under pressure and had an Accuracy Percentage of 83.3% which was good for fifth.
Vontae Davis ranks third in coverage among cornerbacks with at least 280 snaps. He has yet to allow a TD on the year and has collected three interceptions. He has surrendered the lowest opponent passer rating in his coverage with a 40.8 rating, and is tied for fifth with Richard Sherman and Antonio Cromartie in Yards Per Coverage Snap.
Here are three more notable numbers for each side:
Ryan Kerrigan – Comes in fourth in Pass Rushing Productivity, and has 46 pressures on the year which is second to only Justin Houston among 3-4 OLBs.
Kory Lichtensteiger – Ranks as the fourth-best center in Pass Blocking Efficiency and has yet to allow a sack or a hit this year.
Coby Fleener – Has filled in nicely in Dwayne Allen’s absence: in Weeks 10-12 where Allen has only had 14 snaps, Fleener has the highest pass rating +3.5 among all tight ends in that span.
Colts Special Teams – The Colts have an absurd +67.4 cumulative special teams grade on the year, with the second-best mark coming in at +36.5. They have a Top-5 special teamer in Colt Anderson while Pat McAfee is doing justice as the top-rated punter and is the top-rated kickoff specialist for 2014.
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