What a showing by Bosa! Five helmet stickers for a true freshman is ridiculous. The rest of the D-line was solid as well.
Unfortunately, our veteran players do not look impressive under this metric. Yes, it doesn't capture the balls that *weren't* thrown Roby's way... but it's very unusual and a little concerning to see Shazier, Grant, and Roby all in the negatives.
Powell was actually the player who worries me the most for this defense going forward. As Ross mentions in his writeup, he was often taking poor angles on screens to his side of the field. Even when he wasn't missing the tackle entirely, he was letting himself get blocked out of the play.
Smooth Jazz, man, what more can I say that hasn't already been said. Quarterbacks tend to shine in this rating system.. but still, he only made 5 bad decision the whole game.
Urban Meyer singled out Heuerman and Spencer for their amazing blocking. We see you, guys, even if the stat sheet doesn't. Hoping you get a few more touches in the future. It's always nice to see our charting results agree with what the coaches saw.
As befits a game with this level of scoring, the offense graded out almost entirely positives. Hope they can keep this up. In fact, the only net negative for the game was... a bad pass interference no-call on the refs.
It's good to see Decker rebounding, and outpacing several of his more experienced O-linemen. Somewhat sadder to see Linsley managing to negate his huge number of positives, though.