Interesting breakdown (as usual) by Sheil Kapadia on the Philadelphia Eagles' pass rush from Sunday's game. The Eagles said they would blitz less this season and work on generating pressure with their front four. So Sheil's checking up to see how that's going. He's got charts that show how many snaps each linemen played and how they fared (in terms of sacks, hurries and quarterback hits) in the number of pass-rushing opportunities they had. Some highlights:
Before he left the game with an injury, Darryl Tapp was cashing in at an extraordinary rate. He had a sack and two hurries among his eight pass-rush opportunities and was on the field for just 17 total plays.
Jason Babin had two sacks and two hurries in 18 pass-rush opportunities and,
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