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Bet you didn’t see this coming

in Allgemein 20.05.2019 09:56
von laiyongcai92 | 327 Beiträge

Bet you didn’t see this coming Ben Jones Jersey , right?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Tennessee Titans PodcastBoth Marcus Mariota and Corey Davis excelled at 3rd down conversions in 2018New,68commentsBet you didn’t see this coming, right?CSTShareTweetShareShareBoth Marcus Mariota and Corey Davis excelled at 3rd down conversions in 2018Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY SportsWhile we all want for the Super Bowl, there’s only so much news to pass around during the break. Fortunately, there’s a lot of unique stats out there to break down that deserve their own articles, like this one.Not every Titans fan may know this, but Marcus Mariota and Corey Davis were both superb at converting 3rd downs. 3rd down, as we know, is generally the most critical, intense down, deciding if you’re punting the ball away, kicking a field goal, or keeping the drive alive (Then again, everyone’s going for it on fourth down now). Mariota finished fifth in 3rd down conversion percentage on pass plays in 2018, converting 45 of 97 3rd down passing opportunities. His 46.4% conversion percentage on 3rd down only trailed Patrick Mahomes (51.6% on 64/124 attempts), James Winston (50.6% on 42/83 attempts), Andrew Luck (49.3% on 80/162 attempts), and Matt Ryan (48.6% on 72/148 attempts). Mariota’s sample size is smaller than the rest of the QBs in the top five due to an injury shortened season, but his ability to convert pass plays on critical downs was essential in keeping the Titans’ playoff hopes alive.On the receiving side of things, Corey Davis also excelled in moving the chains, finished tied for eighth with Mike Evans in first down catches on 3rd down with 20 of those. Davis finished behind Julio Jones (24), Michael Thomas (23), Tyler Boyd and DeAndre Hopkins (22), and TY Hilton, Travis Kelce and Adam Thielen (21). That’s elite company to trail, and that shows the growth Davis displayed in his second season in the league. Incredibly, Mariota also finished second in 3rd and long conversion percentage (8 yards or more), converting on 47.2% (17/36) of his 3rd and long pass plays, trailing Winston (50.0, 19/38). Despite a year where his raw stats were pedestrian, Mariota’s ability to convert 3rd downs and keep drives going was as good as any other QB in 2018.You can find and customize the stats mentioned in this piece here. If you want to see all of Mariota’s drop backs on 3rd and 4th down, Music City Miracles’ very own Justin Graver went into complete detail and released a video of that that you can find here. It’s time to reveal my top-100 big board to you. The process of evaluation is onoing for me and there will be more changes to this Board as it expands.Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio StateQuinnen..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Tennessee Titans PodcastMelo’s2019 NFL Draft Big board: top 100New,93commentsCDTShareTweetShareShareMelo’s2019 NFL Draft Big board: top 100Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY SportsIt’s time to reveal my top-100 big board to you. The process of evaluation is onoing for me and there will be more changes to this Board as it expands.Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio StateQuinnen Williams, DT, AlabamaJosh Allen, EDGE, KentuckyEd Oliver, DT, HoustonBrian Burns, EDGE, FSUJonah Williams, OT, AlabamaD.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole MissT.J. Hockenson, TE, IowaByron Murphy, CB, WashingtonNoah Fant, TE, IowaClelin Ferrell, EDGE, ClemsonGarrett Bradbury, OC, NC StateCody Ford, OL, OklahomaMontez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi StateDalton Risner, OL, Kansas StateJawaan Taylor, OT, FloridaChristian Wilkins, DT. ClemsonDevin White, LB, LSUJeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi StateN’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona StateChris Lindstrom, OG, Boston CollegeDevin Bush Jr., LB, MichiganHakeem Butler, WR, Iowa StateJachai Polite, EDGE, FloridaYodny Cajuste, OT, West VirginiaRashan Gary, DL, MichiganKelvin Harmon, WR, NC StateKyler Murray, QB, OklahomaGreedy Williams, CB, LSUDwyane Haskins, QB, Ohio StateMack Wilson, LB, AlabamaIrv Smith Jr., TE. AlabamaDeebo Samuel, WR, South CarolinaJerry Tillery, DT, Notre DameA.J. Brown, WR, Ole MissCharles Omenihu, EDGE, TexasChauncey Gardner-Johnson, SAF, FloridaJosh Jacobs, RB, AlabamaNasir Adderley, SAF, DelawareAmani Oruwariye, CB, Penn StateJace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&MDeionte Thompson Nate Palmer Jersey , SAF, AlabamaDavid Montgomery, RB, Iowa StateErik McCoy, IOL, Texas A&MJustin Layne, CB, Michigan StateDeandre Baker, CB. GeorgiaAnthony Nelson, EDGE, IowaMarquise Brown, WR, OklahomaChase Winovich, EDGE, MichiganMichael Deiter, OG, WisconsinDarrell Henderson, RB, MemphisTerry McLaurin, WR, Ohio StateDrew Lock, QB, MissouriDarnell Savage, SAF, MarylandJulian Love, CB, Notre DameKahale Warring, TE, San Diego StateRiley Ridley, WR, GeorgiaDavid Edwards, OT, WisconsinZach Allen, DL, Boston CollegeKaden Smith, TE, StanfordKhalen Saunders, DT, Western IllinoisAndre Dillard, OT, Washington StateAndy Isabella, WR, UMASSJuan Thornhill, SAF, VirginiaDaniel Wise, DT, KansasGerald Willis, DT, MiamiL.J. Collier, EDGE, TCURock Ya-Sin, CB, TempleDru Samia, OG, OklahomaEmanuel Hall, WR, MissouriTaylor Rapp, SAF, WashingtonRodney Anderson, RB, OklahomaDevine Ozigbo, RB, NebraskaAmani Hooker, DB, IowaDevin Singletary, RB. FAUDexter Lawrence, DT, ClemsonKaleb McGary, OT, WashingtonJohnathan Abram, SAF, Mississippi StateJ.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WR, StanfordJustice Hill, RB, Oklahoma StateDre’Mont Jones, DT. Ohio StateGreg Little, OT, Ole MissDennis Daley, OT. South CarolinaD’Andre Walker, EDGE, GeorgiaBen Powers, OG, OklahomaVosean Joseph, LB, FloridaTrayvon Mullen, CB, ClemsonMiles Sanders, RB, Penn StateChristian Miller, EDGE, AlabamaNate Davis, OG, CharlotteTytus Howard, OT, Alabama StateRenell Wren, DT, Arizona StateKeeSean Johnson, WR, Fresno StateStanley Morgan Jr., WR, NebraskaJames Williams, RB, Washington StateDaMarkus Lodge, WR, Ole MissOshane Ximines, EDGE, Old DominionDaniel Jones, QB, DukeDillon Mitchell, WR, OregonElgton Jenkins, OC, Mississippi State

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