Bolts Set to Reap Rewards of a “Mad” Isaac Rochell - Ricky Henne
“Just to see the progression he’s taken with these guys, where fitting up in the run was tough for a lot of them (is impressive),” said Bosa. “Now, they’re using their hands unbelievably. Just watching the progression of a lot of guys on the defensive line shows you how good of a coach he is, and how good he’s been for the unit.”
The NFL's prototypical defensive linemen for each DL technique - Sam Monson
The numbering begins from being head-up over the center and works its way outward in either direction. Each shade along the way will receive its own number, or contain an ‘i’ modifier (inside). Moving across the front you will see that even numbers are head-up alignments, odd numbers represent outside shades and those containing an ‘i’ represent those inside-shaded alignments.
Edge vs Interior: Which pass-rusher reigns supreme - Eric Eager & George Chahrouri
Including pressures where other players were involved doesn’t change much. Pressures involving Donald cost the opposition 28.28 expected points, took an average of 2.33 seconds and resulted in 3.4 yards per play. Pressures involving Bosa cost the offense 68.20 expected points, took 2.18 seconds on average and resulted in 1.8 yards per play. Taking away plays that resulted in turnovers from Bosa’s total still leaves Bosa ahead of Donald by over 11 expected points lost.
1-on-1 with Ken Whisenhunt, Trevor Williams and USA Today's Lindsay Jones - Chargers.com (audio)
The Chargers' OC talks minicamp, the tight end position and coaching Philip Rivers.
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