Originally Posted by nero THE zero
These PFF ratings are cumulative, right?
Yes, positive or negative rating per play added up.
But RBs, for instance, are graded on running
and then those 4 grades are added to get an overall rating per game. Drilling down even further you can see how many QB sacks
were due to that particular RB; how many missed tackles
they caused; complete receptions mapping, targets
, % caught
, INTs when targeted
, missed tackles
in pass game, drops
, etc. Then each RB has an offensive snaps summary for run
So more snaps gives the potential
for higher positive and lower negative overall totals. Like Watt had to have a lot of snaps to get his +111.6
overall rating. But as far as crunching the numbers further than what PFF presents, I think you can end up confusing the message they originally give.