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PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 8:09 am 
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Top 5 Grades:

TE Julius Thomas, 88.0 overall grade
WR DeVante Parker, 86.9 overall grade
QB Jay Cutler, 85.0 overall grade
S Maurice Smith, 82.8 overall grade
DI Davon Godchaux, 82.3 overall grade


Performances of Note:
QB Jay Cutler, 85.0 overall grade

This was a game that Jay Cutler showed two sides of his play. The majority of the game Cutler was happy to spread the ball underneath and allow his receivers and especially the running backs to gain yards after the catch. However as the score started to tilt towards Oakland’s favor, Cutler started to take chances downfield and was able to hit them. One of the best things that can be said about Cutler’s performance was there was no throw that could have been intercepted, everything was only where the Dolphins player could make a play on the ball. When the Raiders didn’t blitz, Cutler completed 83.3 percent of his passes.


RB Damien Williams, 76.7 overall grade

With the trade of Jay Ajayi, the running back duties fell on the shoulders of Williams and Kenyan Drake. While Williams was only able to gain 14 yards on the ground, his ability in the passing game was a game changer. He caught every pass sent his way, racking up 47 yards and a touchdown. The duo of Drake and Williams will determine if Miami’s offense will be able to stomach losing Ajayi going forward.


DI Davon Godchaux, 82.3 overall grade

Godchaux didn’t do much as a pass-rusher, with just one hurry and a batted pass on the night, but he was the Dolphins best run defender against Oakland. He had four run stops on just 18 snaps in run defense after having entered the game with seven stops in his first seven games combined.


LB Kiko Alonso, 33.7 overall grade

Alonso was tasked with covering Jared Cook for much of the night, and he struggled to stay with the athletic tight end. Alonso allowed five catches for 82 yards to Cook, and gave up a 12-yard pass to Michael Crabtree as well. Five of the six catches against went for at least 10 yards, including four first downs.



PFF Offensive Standouts of Week 9 wrote:
WR DeVante Parker, Miami Dolphins, 86.9 overall grade

The Miami Dolphins lost on Sunday Night Football but former first round draft pick DeVante Parker gave them reason to have some hope for the future. Picking up 76 yards from 36 snaps in route, he produced a yards per route run average of 2.11 which currently ranks ninth among wide receivers this week.


TE Julius Thomas, Miami Dolphins, 88.0 overall grade

The Dolphins had another offensive player who flashed on Sunday Night Football, with tight end Julius Thomas impressive on his 27 snaps as a receiver. Picking up 84 yards through the air, the former Jacksonville Jaguars tight end averaged 3.11 yards per route run on the day.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 9:20 am 
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More grades from the Raiders game.

Armando Salguero wrote:
Guard Jesse Davis had a solid fill-in performance for the team in Baltimore (good matchup for him) but he struggled all night against the Raiders, as evidenced by his 36.6 overall grade. He struggled in both run-blocking (34.2) and pass-blocking (44.8 and allowed a QB hit).

Davis is going to be replaced in the starting lineup by Ted Larsen for the Carolina game, according to a team source. That, is of course, if Larsen doesn’t get re-injured in practice this coming week.

Center Mike Pouncey continues to have his worst season as a pro in run-blocking, per PFF. His grade for the game was 29.2 and for the season it is 40.3 which ranks 35 out of 37 qualifying centers in run-blocking.

(The Dolphins believe this grade is bogus because they’ve previously been asking Pouncey to carry out blocks most humans cannot execute. That was supposed to change this week.)


Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-c ... rylink=cpy

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 1:00 pm 
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Armando Salguero wrote:
Center Mike Pouncey continues to have his worst season as a pro in run-blocking, per PFF. His grade for the game was 29.2 and for the season it is 40.3 which ranks 35 out of 37 qualifying centers in run-blocking.


If he maintains this he simply isn’t worth that contract. That’s unaceptable for the compensation he’s getting. Gase and the OL coach need to GRILL him and hold him accountable.

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If your center cannot run block, you cannot run.

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