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GMoney2600
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Saints PFF scores after week 1
-Drew Brees - 90.1
-Teddy Bridgewater - No Score
-Taysom Hill - No Score

-Alvin Kamara - 82.0
-Latavius Murray - 75.5
-Dwayne Washington - No Score

-Zach Line - No Score

-Michael Thomas - 78.3
-Ted Ginn - 82.3
-Tre'Quan Smith - 65.3
-Keith Kirkwood - No Score
-Austin Carr - No Score
-Deonte Harris - No Score

-Jared Cook - 68.7
-Josh Hill - 51.3

-Terron Armstead - 75.3
-Andrus Peat - 62.7
-Erik McCoy - 75.1
-Larry Warford - 92.0
-Ryan Ramczyk - 84.0

-Nick Easton - No Score
-Will Clapp - No Score
-Patrick Omameh - No Score
-Ethan Greenidge - No Score

-Will Lutz - No Score
-Thomas Morstead - No Score
-Zach Wood - No Score

-Sheldon Rankins - No Score
-David Onyemata - No Score
-Malcom Brown - 51.7
-Taylor Stallworth - 55.7
-Shy Tuttle - 68.4 - Pretty solid score for his 1st game.

-Cameron Jordan - 71.1
-Marcus Davenport - 50.0
-Trey Hendrickson - 73.9
-Mario Edwards - No Score

-Demario Davis - 50.5
-Alex Anzalone - 41.1 He needs to get his head out of his ass. He sucked Monday night.
-A.J. Klein - 82.0
-Kiki Alonso - No Score
-Craig Robertson - No Score
-Kaden Elliss - No Score

-Marshon Lattimore - 67.1
-Eli Apple - 56.1
-PJ Williams - 46.6
-Patrick Robinson - No Score
-Ken Crawley - No Score
-Justin Hardee - No Score

-Marcus Williams - 88.8
-Vonn Bell - 59.4
-Chauncey Gardner-Johnson - 60.6
-Saquan Hampton - No Score
-J.T. Gray - No Score
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Ryan3232
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
Im still confused as to what the hell happened to Patrick Robinson.

Also, Demario Davis imo also had a poor game compared to how well I know he can play.


lionward2014
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
Shocked by Klein and Marcus William being so high.


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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
Anytime you get gashed by the likes of Carlos Hyde you deserve every bad rating coming your way.


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ellishughtiger
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
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Ryan Ramczyk - 84.0


seems low, JJ didn't record a single stat going up against him.

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Trey Hendrickson - 73.9


more like 99.9


saints5021
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
PFF must have a personal vendetta against Peat...the whole line seemed to do well, yet he was the only low score among them.


GMoney2600
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
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Also, Demario Davis imo also had a poor game compared to how well I know he can play.


He really did. He'll bounce back though. He didn't look nearly as bad as Anzalone though.


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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
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Marcus Davenport - 50.0


Oh boy


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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
Ram gets a 100.00 from me


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GMoney2600
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
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PFF must have a personal vendetta against Peat...the whole line seemed to do well, yet he was the only low score among them.


Yep. The funny thing is that they actually gave him a much higher score than they normally do. He's usually in the 40's or 50's.


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GMoney2600
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
Here are the Rams offensive PFF scores...

QB
-Jared Goff - 60.0
-Blake Bortles - No Score

RB
-Todd Gurley - 66.7
-Malcolm Brown - 75.7
-Darrell Henderson - 56.1

WR
Brandin Cooks - 68.0
Robert Woods - 67.2
Cooper Kupp - 64.3
Josh Reynolds - 42.6
Mike Thomas - No Score
JoJo Natson - No Score
Nsimba Webster - No Score

TE
Tyler Higbee - 83.2
Gerald Everett - 60.4
Johnny Mundt - No Score

Starting OL
Andrew Whitworth - 74.4
Joseph Noteboom - 45.3
Brian Allen - 36.8
Austin Blythe - 59.2
Rob Havenstein - 44.4

Backup OL
Coleman Shelton
Jamil Demby
Bobby Evans
David Edwards
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Jamohn
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
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Ryan Ramczyk - 84.0


seems low, JJ didn't record a single stat going up against him.

He had that holding call where he got beat by Watt and Drew took a big hit on that big pass play to Kamara that got negated. That's probably his one big ding from the night.


GMoney2600
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
Here are the Rams defensive PFF scores...LB Corey Littleton has really developed into a beast.

Starting DL
Aaron Donald - 83.2
Sebastian Joseph-Day - 50.2
Michael Brockers - 64.7

Backup DL
Tanzel Smart - 53.9
Morgan Fox - 61.8
Greg Gaines - No Score

Starting LB
Cory Littleton - 94.3
Bryce Hager - 91.5
Dante Fowler Jr. - 76.9
Clay Matthews - 47.6

Backup LB
Travin Howard - 60.5
Samson Ebukam - 31.0
Josh Carraway - No Score
Micah Kiser - No Score
Troy Reeder - No Score
Justin Lawler - No Score
Ogbonnia Okoronkwo - No Score
Natrez Patrick - No Score

CB
Aqib Talib - 59.8
Marcus Peters - 58.4
Nickell Robey-Coleman - 53.1
Troy Hill - No Score
David Long Jr. - No Score
Darious Williams - No Score

S
John Johnson III - 56.7
Eric Weddle - 78.1
Taylor Rapp - 66.7
Marqui Christian - 53.2
Nick Scott - No Score


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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
Anzalone hadn't played in like a month. I'm confident he'll be fine.

Interesting and surprising that Klein was so high.

Peat is always low with them.

Marcus Williams is a guy morons love to hate, but he's pretty damn good.


htran90
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
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Yep. The funny thing is that they actually gave him a much higher score than they normally do. He's usually in the 40's or 50's.


Watford was the one that got beat which caused the sack given up.

That left side looked solid. I don't see how they hate him that much


NOSHAU
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
Yeah, I would have expected Warford a bit lower, but Ram higher.


GMoney2600
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
PFF selects New Orleans Saints for Week 1 Offensive Line of the Week... LINK

The New Orleans Saints offense stood tall in the face of tough competition from the Houston Texans defense, and much of it was due to the efforts of the big men up front. Pro Football Focus highlighted the Saints’ blockers as the recipients of the first Offensive Line of the Week award of the regular season.

While right tackle Ryan Ramczyk had the difficult assignment of slowing down Texans superstar J.J. Watt, the unit as a whole worked together to win the battle in the trenches. Here’s how the analysts at PFF graded their individual performances:

Left tackle Terron Armstead: 75.3
Left guard Andrus Peat: 62.7
Center Erik McCoy: 75.1
Right guard Larry Warford: 92.0
Right tackle Ryan Ramczyk: 84.0

Warford had the best game of the group, earning individual recognition on PFF’s Team of the Week for Week 1, but it’s clear that each of the Saints’ blockers held their own. Brees was sacked just once and hit only three other times. On the whole, the Saints offensive line allowed the Texans defense to tackle ball-carriers for a loss of yards three times all night long.

The offensive line must continue to assert itself if the Saints’ Super Bowl aspirations are going to manifest. Watt is one of few players active in the NFL with multiple Defensive Player of the Year honors to his name; Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is another, and the Saints will spend this week preparing for him.
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CBandits82
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
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-Larry Warford - 92.0


BEAST


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GMoney2600
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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
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Im still confused as to what the hell happened to Patrick Robinson.


He's old & he got injured last year. Old CB's (coming back from an injury) usually take a step back.

Hopefully he can revert back to his old play as the season goes on.



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re: Saints PFF scores after week 1
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-Will Lutz - No Score


I beg to differ.


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