Sack differential. It’s the number of sacks a team’s defense gets minus the number of sacks its offense gives up. It’s often said that games are won and lost in the trenches, and today, I’m going to show you why that’s true and why the maxim also applies to the world of fantasy football.
Originally posted by Chico: There's so many intangibles when looking at stats. This is good information but how much of it is because Hill held on to the ball too long?
I think our O-line will look better with Alex starting because he has a quicker release and can scramble instead of giving up the sack.
Maybe it will make our D-line look better too because they won't be on the field so much and start getting tired by the 2nd Qtr?
I thought this was one of Alex's negatives
why would having a quick release ever be a bad thing?? getting rid of the ball too early maybe, but thats a totally different thing. a quick release is good. tom brady has a very quick release. it gives the opposing D less time to get your arm before you get it out.
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