Let’s take a look at the New York Giants’ professional football focus level and steal count in the 19-17 defeat of the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday and see what we can learn.
Quarterback Daniel Jones was the highest-scoring Giants offensive player when he played before his hamstring injury. PFF rated Jones 78.6 out of 47 snapshots.
Now, let’s talk about the offensive line. To be honest, I think this is not only an area of great interest, but also an area where Pro Football Focus scores are most useful in assessing someone’s performance in a game. I wrote after the game that I think Sunday’s performance was the best of the season. Does PFF agree?
Will Hernandez did not start, but had 26 rotations with Shane Lemieux, becoming the Giants̵
Lemieux? I don’t understand why PFF gives him such poor ratings week after week. Lemieux hit 57 spikes, applied no pressure in 33 pass blocks, but the department scored 31.0. A running blocking rating of 47.7 gives him an overall score of 42.9, which is the worst offensively.
Andrew Thomas (64.8 overall, 67.2 passes, 59.5 passes) does not allow any pressure on 44 passes. Kevin Zetler (64.8, one pressure) and center Nick Gates (64.5, zero pressure) performed well.
Cam Fleming was fined a three-pointer, reducing his total score to 63.7. However, he did not exert any pressure and ended with a pass block of 73.7 and a run block of 75.6. Punishment or not, maybe it’s too early to ask Fleming to go to the bench.
Logan Ryan continued his outstanding performance with a team best record of 91.6.
The Giants achieved another player performance in the 90s, which no one could have imagined. Edge guard Jabaal Sheard, who forced the game into trouble, scored 90.7. Sheard is believed to have a sack, a forced fumble and 3 pauses out of 24 spikes.
Jabrill Peppers had 4 tackles and all stopped to get 89.6.
Niko Lalos (Niko Lalos) only played 9 times, but he scored 88.1 points in his National Football League (NFL) debut.
The worst defensive scoring is guard Devante Downs (Devante Downs), he has only 4 defensive points, 44.8.
Some quick counting notes.
Safety Julian Love played 34 of 49 defenses, exceeding my expectations.
Safety Xavier McKinney only played 5 defensive rebounds in his NFL debut, but had 9 special team rebounds on the court.
Kaden Smith was absent, Levine Toilolo took 39 shots, followed closely behind, in second place, and Elijhaa Penny played as a defender. The highest 14 times this season.
The wide receiver Darius Slayton has only participated in 56 of 81 offenses, which is actually not considered.
Carter Coughlin played 19 times, Muay Thai (Tae Crowder) 13 times, and Cam Brown (Cam Brown) defended 10 times.