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Camping World Bowl PFF grades

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Wow, talk about an encouraging sign for next year! Hackett grading out higher than anyone on the team really creates the impression that the tight end position will be an upgrade in 2019. I think between him, Elmore and Horan we will have a VERY solid unit!
 
Our TE (who only caught 3 passes) and our WR (who missed the whole 2nd half) were our best players?

Meanwhile, the two WV DB's who kept getting beat were their best players?

Whatever they're smoking, it aint sausage.
 
Our TE (who only caught 3 passes) and our WR (who missed the whole 2nd half) were our best players?

Meanwhile, the two WV DB's who kept getting beat were their best players?

Whatever they're smoking, it aint sausage.
You don’t know how the sausage was made...
 
This is how the system works:

Players can get graded -2 to +2 according to what they did on the play
At one end of the scale you have a catastrophic game-ending interception or pick-six from a quarterback, and at the other a perfect deep bomb into a tight window in a critical game situation, with the middle of that scale being 0-graded, or ‘expected’ plays that are neither positive nor negative.

Each game is also graded by a second PFF analyst independent of the first, and those grades are compared by a third, Senior Analyst, who rules on any differences between the two. These grades are verified by the Pro Coach Network, a group of former and current NFL coaches with over 700 combined years of NFL coaching experience, to get them as accurate as they can be.

From there, the grades are normalized to better account for game situation; this ranges from where a player lined up to the dropback depth of the quarterback or the length of time he had the ball in his hand and everything in between. They are finally converted to a 0-100 scale.


Source:
PFF Player Grades | Pro Football Focus
 
This is how the system works:

Players can get graded -2 to +2 according to what they did on the play
At one end of the scale you have a catastrophic game-ending interception or pick-six from a quarterback, and at the other a perfect deep bomb into a tight window in a critical game situation, with the middle of that scale being 0-graded, or ‘expected’ plays that are neither positive nor negative.


Each game is also graded by a second PFF analyst independent of the first, and those grades are compared by a third, Senior Analyst, who rules on any differences between the two. These grades are verified by the Pro Coach Network, a group of former and current NFL coaches with over 700 combined years of NFL coaching experience, to get them as accurate as they can be.

From there, the grades are normalized to better account for game situation; this ranges from where a player lined up to the dropback depth of the quarterback or the length of time he had the ball in his hand and everything in between. They are finally converted to a 0-100 scale.

Source:
PFF Player Grades | Pro Football Focus
Thanks for the insight. But I’m sure that the critics who are mocking these grades took the time to break down every play by every player, get a second opinion, etc., before rendering their rock-solid judgments.
 
Thanks for the insight. But I’m sure that the critics who are mocking these grades took the time to break down every play by every player, get a second opinion, etc., before rendering their rock-solid judgments.

Why, yes, yes we did. Thank you.
More seriously, I would suggest that if a player is ejected from the game he also becomes ineligible for PFF grading.
 
I don't know about the PFF grades, but thought Hackett looked good and has always played well when given a chance.
 
still not sure how they grade plays when they dont really know for sure if the player is even in the right spot to begin with
 
This is completely stupid. Robinson grades high even though he got thrown out for targeting in the 2nd quarter. Completely stupid.
Well, he did knock one of our top WRs out of the game. Maybe he got points for that!
 

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