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Old 01-07-2005   #9
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Originally Posted by trijcomm
After all, who gets the blame when a CB blitz sacks the QB? And what about stunts? Who gets the blame there?
Ummm, whoever was responsible for picking up the blitzer or guy stunting.

Seemed to me watching the games it was obvious Pitts made a dramatic improvement from 2002 to 2003 but that part of the improvement came from trying to get a jump on the snap when facing speed rushers and holding in desperation--funny how the stats show exactly that as well. Seemed to me watching the games that Wiegert had a much better season in 2003 than he had in 2004--funny how the stats coincide with that impression as well--1.5 sacks 2003, 4.5 sacks 2004. No stats don't tell the whole story, but IMO they far from as useless as you make them out.
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