Completely ripped off from MGoBrian.
He explains his terms here http://mgoblog.blogspot.com/2006/10/hennechart-legend.html
|dead on||catchable||inaccurate||bad read||throw away||batted||pressure|
2 inaccurate passes, the first on a 3rd and 7 in the first quarter is more of a miscommunication than an inaccurate, Stoneburner is running a hook, Miller expects it inside, Stoneburner makes it outside. The second is early in the third quarter on 2nd and 9 Miller rolls left and overthrows an open Fields near the end zone. The bad read really deserved to be a pick as Miller broke out of the pocket then floated a ball into double coverage. It was nice to write one of these up again where the inaccurate and the bad reads were the exception rather than the rule.
The QB draw was run 3 times once for 24 yards, once for 29 yards and Miller fumbled the snap on the third. Neither defense in this game had an answer for the qb running the football, unfortunately Ohio State only had their qb for a little over a half.
Nice to see you again Corey Brown.
This next table is similar to what I think mgobrian is doing with his receiving chart but I am unable to find a link to his explanations so mine will have to do. The first digit in the grade is from the receiver’s point of view, 4 easy to 1 impossible. The second digit indicates the presence of the defender (1 there, 0 not there) at the time the ball hits the receiver’s hands. When I say there, I mean close contact.
11 Bad pass, tight coverage.
10 Bad pass, no defender to stop it
21 Really tough ball to catch and in tight coverage. A catch on this means the receiver is saving his qb.
20 Really tough ball to catch, no coverage.
31 Ball outside the strike zone, tight coverage
30 Ball outside the strike zone, no coverage
41 Ball on the money, tight coverage
40 Ball on the money, no coverage
Good day for Miller
For the receivers this is catches/opportunities
By the book game for the receivers. Fields did have a drop that would have been for a big gain that was wiped out by a holding penalty.