PFF is a great service, though it does have some issues every now and then. However, they have introduced a cool new feature that will be familiar to anyone who grew up playing Madden Football.
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They have taken their premium and signature stats and turned them into rankings out of 100.
So, the obvious thing to do is figure out if they think your coach is playing the right people. Let’s see how Whiz is doing with the Tennessee Titans based on the snap count. It will look like this:
Position: Who should be playing (who is playing) [rank of the player who should be playing]
Quarterback: Marcus Mariota (Mariota when healthy) [36th/50]
Running back: Antonio Andrews (Dexter McCluster) [26th/121]
Fullback: Jalston Fowler (Fowler) [8th/32]
-Note: There is no other option here, but he is a top 10 FB in the league according to PFF, so he would likely beat anyone else.
Wide Receivers: Kendall Wright, Dorial Green-Beckham, Justin Hunter (Wright, Hunter, Douglas) [48th/182, 65th/182, and 76th/182]
Tight Ends: Delanie Walker, Anthony Fasano (Walker and Fasano) [3rd/109 and 12th/109]
Left Tackle: Taylor Lewan (Lewan) [13th/105]
Left Guard: Byron Bell (Bell) [33rd/102]
Center: Joe Looney (Brian Schwenke when healthy) [29th/45]
Right Guard: Quinton Spain (Chance Warmack) [45th/102]
Right Tackle: Jeremiah Poutasi (Poutasi) [83rd/105]
-The Tennessee Titans are stacked at tight end. They have two players in the top-12 and Walker only trails Rob Gronkowski and Tyler Eifert.
-This list is sort of a life time achievement ranking, so Mariota isn’t very high yet but don’t look to much into it.
-This is a pretty good thing to look at if you are already looking ahead to the 2016 NFL Draft because it is pretty clear what the biggest area’s of need are (listed below).
-In case you were just looking for the bullet points, essentially what this list says is that the Titans have the ability to upgrade internally at running back, wide receiver, center, and right guard.
-I’m not going to go to deep into the PFF rankings because that is proprietary, but the main reason that Warmack is so low on their rankings (83rd out of 102) is because he is the 6th WORST pass blocker among all 102 guards.
Weakest areas on offense:
-Wide Receiver, Right Tackle