Pryor against Miami

thePhilipJFry's picture
September 13, 2010 at 3:19p
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Completely ripped off from MGoBrian.  He explains his terms here http://mgoblog.blogspot.com/2006/10/hennechart-legend.html

 

Terrelle Pryor

Throwing

  Dead On Catchable Inaccurate Bad Read Throw away Batted Pressure
attempts 1 11 9 7 0 0 2
completions 1 11 0 0 0 0 0
yards 62 171 0 0 0 0 0
td 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
int 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Dead on to Posey down the sideline for 62 yards.  I didn’t see the next pass to Saine in the end zone as being dead on, as Saine had to make a great play to score the touchdown.

 

First bad read was when Pryor didn’t see a defensive lineman drop into coverage and hit him with the pass, thank goodness he didn’t have Hayward’s hands. 

Pryor avoids a free rusher on a blitz to the short side of field, then forces the ball into tight group of Hurricanes on the sideline, Stoneburner almost makes the catch off the deflection.

Pyror stares down Sanzenbacher, throwing to him late over the middle nearly leading to an interception. 

The fourth bad read was when Pryor throws to the middle of 4 Hurricanes defenders with no Buckeye receiver present. 

Pryor forces the ball into tight coverage down the sideline, Posey breaks up the interception. 

Force to Posey down the sideline in the endzone, this is tough for me to categorize, the defender made a great play in coverage and on the ball, but had no chance to intercept it.  It is tough to determine if Posey would have had a chance at it. 

Just before the half Pyror had time, but held the ball too long and was sacked, forcing Ohio State to take their second time out.  A throw away on this play may have lead to a better series of plays before the half.

I didn’t include this in the table, but an argument can be made that the 3 yard slant to Posey on second down in the final series of the half was also a bad read.

 

Inaccurate passes abound, included is the third down throw behind Stoneburner in the endzone, it is possible that Stoneburner should have sat between the defenders.   Sanzenbacher and Posey both made outstanding catches of high throws on third and long that could have been called inaccurate, but instead were put in the catchable bin.

 

Running

Runs

Designed

Scramble

Sack

Knee

attempts

15

4

1

3

yards

84

35

-6

-3

td

0

1

0

0

fumbles

0

0

0

0

 

Designed runs went well against the Miami defense, good for nearly 6 yards per carry, and once again Pryor shows that when he pulls it down to run good things happen.

 

Receiver

comp

targets

yards

td

drops

yac

Posey

4

8

105

0

0

46

Sanzenbacher

3

7

37

0

0

11

Stoneburner

1

5

8

0

0

4

Herron

1

1

47

0

0

48

Saine

3

3

36

1

0

19

Brown

0

1

0

0

0

0

 

I included yards after catch for any that were interested, Herron’s catch was the shovel pass.

 

In a simplistic form you have 22 good versus 16 bad on passing downs (last week that was 23/8).  Pryor was lucky in that 5 balls he put in the air were of the kind that could be intercepted, yet none were.  On the optimistic side of things, he made big plays throwing the ball, and absolutely killed Miami with his running ability.

Comments

Buckeyebrowny919's picture

loving these break downs..keep up the hard work

To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift - Steve Prefontaine

Luke's picture

Good stuff, sir.

Is it Saturday Yet's picture

Nice.  Hoping you do this every week!