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  • #16
    I'd like to see the #'s of tackles our D-line had in like 04, because our pass defense was also really good that year, the reason we had a 'good' run defense last year was because our pass defense was downright awful, so they didn't have to run. But in 04 we had a good pass and run defense, so that would be a good comparison, since no teams could just abuse a certian part of our defense.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Hoserman117 View Post
      I'd like to see the #'s of tackles our D-line had in like 04, because our pass defense was also really good that year, the reason we had a 'good' run defense last year was because our pass defense was downright awful, so they didn't have to run. But in 04 we had a good pass and run defense, so that would be a good comparison, since no teams could just abuse a certian part of our defense.
      ========DEFENSIVE LINE TACKLES=======

      .................DE..........DT.........DL........ ...DEF
      _______________________________________
      2007...........51.........133.........184........1 040
      2006...........87.........179.........266........1 094
      2005...........51.........134.........185......... 908
      2004...........69.........104.........173......... 979

      Keep in mind the difference in the defensive schemes, and more importantly the purpose of each position in them.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Hoserman117 View Post
        I'd like to see the #'s of tackles our D-line had in like 04, because our pass defense was also really good that year, the reason we had a 'good' run defense last year was because our pass defense was downright awful, so they didn't have to run. But in 04 we had a good pass and run defense, so that would be a good comparison, since no teams could just abuse a certian part of our defense.
        Not just that, but the average yardage given up on each run/pass play. I would find that very interesting.
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