Comparing “Sacksonville” to the greats

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Comparing “Sacksonville” to the greats

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Denver Broncos We keep hearing about how elite the “Sacksonville” defense is and how they can carry what is by all regards a fairly average offense deep into the playoffs , so I wanted to travel back into the annals of history and compare their personnel to some of the legendary NFL defenses of yesteryear. This is the fourth and final part installment mirroring the 2015 Denver Broncos “No Fly Zone” defense. Last week, we covered the 2013 Seattle Seahawks, and before that, we compared the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers and 2000 Baltimore Ravens. Below you’ll find 11 head-to-head match ups where I include each player’s statistics at the same point in their career to illustrate how our young players are tracking against some all-time greats. Due to the Broncos running a 3-4 scheme, I compared each team in their nickel package.LDE | Calais Campbell vs. Demarcus WareSTAT SNAPSHOT COMPARISON (10 SEASONS): Campbell: 71.0 sacks; 420 tackles; 11 forced fumbles; 9 fumbles recoveredWare: 134.5 sacks; 496 tackles; 35 forced fumbles; 8 fumbles recoveredThe first time Calais Campbell has lost in this series, but it’s no easy task to go up against a likely first-ballot Hall of Famer. Ware had the advantage of playing as a pure edge rusher and his 35 forced fumbles is an incredible number for the former Cowboy. Ware’s biggest contribution to the Super Bowl run was experience, as injuries limited him to 17 tackles and 7.5 sacks in 11 games. Campbell already has three sacks in three games in 2017 and should play a much larger role than Ware physically contributed, but to pick Campbell over Ware would be a biased pick.Advantage: Demarcus WareDT | Marcell Dareus vs. Derek WolfeSTAT SNAPSHOT COMPARISON (6 SEASONS): Dareus: 34.0 sacks; 201 tackles; 2 forced fumbles; 2 fumbles recoveredWolfe: 24.0 sacks; 155 tackles; 0 forced fumbles; 1 fumble recoveredSylvester Williams was the true nose tackle in the Broncos base defense, but since we are comparing the units in nickel defense, Wolfe slid inside and is a more fair match up to Dareus than Sly would be. What has been consistently impressive when doing these case studies is how prolific Dareus has been as a pass rusher despite constantly being bombarded with double teams as a nose tackle, and hopefully we can start seeing the kind of penetration that he showcased earlier in his Buffalo career. Wolfe is a solid player who has only played 16 games twice in his career due to injuries, but Dareus has the Pro Bowl and All-Pro credentials.Advantage: Marcell DareusDT | Malik Jackson vs. Malik JacksonSTAT SNAPSHOT COMPARISON (4 SEASONS in DEN vs 2 SEASON IN JAX): DEN: 14.5 sacks; 108 tackles; 2 forced fumbles; 2 fumbles recoveredJAX: 14.5 sacks; 59 tackles; 4 forced fumbles; 1 fumble recoveredWell, this is awkward. Malik was terrific in Denver and his performance translated into an enormous pay day in Jacksonville. Everyone remembers his clutch fumble recovery touchdown in the Super Bowl and while he played a huge role in the Broncos defense on the way to a championship, he has almost doubled his production since arriving in Duval. He’s good, folks.Advantage: Malik Jackson?RDE | Yannick Ngakoue vs. Von MillerSTAT SNAPSHOT COMPARISON (2 SEASONS): Ngakoue: 20.0 sacks; 44 tackles; 10 forced fumbles; 4 fumbles recoveredMiller: 30.0 sacks; 110 tackles; 9 forced fumbles; 0 fumbles recoveredAs nice of a player as Ngakoue is, comparing him to Von Miller shows you just how special Miller is. Starting his career off with 11.5 and 18.5 sacks respectively Womens Marcell Dareus Jersey , Miller was a much more consistent run defender in his first two seasons with almost three times the tackle volume. Despite Miller’s generational talent, Ngakoue has proven to be more impactful in the turnover arena and his ability to force fumbles has been a consistent bright spot across this series. With that being said鈥dvantage: Von MillerMLB | Myles Jack vs. Danny TrevathanSTAT SNAPSHOT COMPARISON (2 SEASONS): Jack: 82 tackles; 2 sacks; 0 forced fumbles; 2 fumbles recovered; 0 interceptionsTrevathan: 106 tackles; 3 sacks; 3 forced fumbles; 1 fumbles recovered; 3 interceptionsTrevathan’s two-year snapshot is surprisingly good, especially considering that he only had 21 tackles and a sack as a rookie sixth round pick out of Kentucky in 2012. Myles Jack had similar limited repetitions early in his Jaguars career working out of the strong side linebacker spot in base and now playing full time in the middle in the wake of Paul Posluszny’s retirement. While Trevathan has been a very good player and was a valuable starter during the Broncos’ Super Bowl run before moving on to the Bears in free agency, he was never in any potential defensive player of the year conversations like Jack has been prior to this season. Jack is on the precipice of becoming an elite player in this league, and therefore gets a slight edge.Advantage: Myles JackWLB | Telvin Smith vs. Brandon MarshallSTAT SNAPSHOT COMPARISON (4 SEASONS): Smith: 345 tackles; 6.5 sacks; 4 forced fumbles; 5 fumbles recovered; 7 interceptionsMarshall: 174 tackles; 3.5 sacks; 4 forced fumbles, 0 fumbles recovered, 2 interceptionA fifth round pick by Gene Smith’s Jacksonville Jaguars in 2012, Marshall has developed into a good starter in the NFL with the Broncos. While he may be good, he’s no Telvin Smith. Smith’s production in his first four seasons is on a Hall of Fame trajectory, and if he can stay healthy, he stands a chance of becoming one of the greatest Jaguars defenders in franchise history. It’s no wonder the Jaguars extended the heartbeat of the defense in the offseason. Advantage: Telvin SmithNICKEL | DJ Hayden vs. Bradley RobySTAT SNAPSHOT COMPARISON (4 SEASONS): Hayden: 3 interceptions; 26 pass break ups; 161 tacklesRoby: 6 interceptions; 49 pass break ups; 168 tacklesHayden was playing at a very high level before being recently sidelined with a toe injury and seems to have finally found a home in the slot where his change of direction and agility always translated best. Roby was signed to a second contract by the Broncos and has been given an opportunity to compete on the outside after moving on from Aqib Talib this offseason, but is still one of the premier slot cornerbacks in the NFL when he slides inside in nickel. Time will tell on this one since Hayden is in a new role on a new defense, but Roby’s body of work is stronger across their first four seasons. Advantage: Bradley RobyCB | Jalen Ramsey vs. Aqib TalibSTAT SNAPSHOT COMPARISON (2 SEASONS): Ramsey: 6 interceptions; 31 pass break ups; 107 tacklesTalib: 9 interceptions; 24 pass break ups; 70 tacklesDrafted out of Kansas by the Bucs in 2008, Talib had 13 tackles and six pass deflections in the 2015 playoffs. The face of the “No Fly Zone,” Talib may have had more interceptions in his first two seasons, but Ramsey is the more complete defender and added a crucial interception return for a touchdown in the playoffs last season. Hopefully Ramsey can have the same career longevity (Talib is now 32 years old) and success as Talib Josh Lambo Jersey , who has five Pro Bowls and one First-Team All Pro appearance on his resume. Advantage: Jalen RamseyCB | A.J. Bouye vs. Chris HarrisSTAT SNAPSHOT COMPARISON (5 SEASONS): Bouye: 12 interceptions; 50 pass break ups; 169 tacklesHarris: 12 interceptions; 55 pass break ups; 274 tacklesVery similar coverage numbers across their first five seasons, and to be quite frank, Bouye and Harris are similar players. Both were underrated early in their careers and have blossomed into perennial Pro Bowl-caliber talents in what some would call “sidekick” roles to the other cornerback on the roster. Now settled in Jacksonville, Bouye has a great opportunity to match Harris’ three career Pro Bowl selections, but will need to ramp up the production from nine tackles in three games so far in 2018.Advantage: Chris HarrisSS | Barry Church vs. T.J. WardSTAT SNAPSHOT COMPARISON (8 SEASONS): Church: 9 interceptions; 415 tackles; 1.5 sacks; 8 forced fumbles Ward: 8 interceptions; 443 tackles; 8.5 sacks; 10 forced fumblesDespite fairly similar production in their first eight seasons, Ward was a stalwart in the secondary during the Broncos’ 2015 Super Bowl run and contributed an interception, forced fumble, and fumble recovery in the playoffs. The two-time Pro Bowler and former teammate of Tashaun Gipson in Cleveland, life came at Ward fast after his disappointing stint in Tampa Bay last year and he is currently out of the league while Church seems to be a fine wine getting better with age. If Church can have Ward’s impact this postseason, the pendulum could swing his way, but for now it would be a bit of a stretch to give him the nod.Advantage: T.J. WardFS | Tashaun Gipson vs. Darian StewartSTAT SNAPSHOT COMPARISON (6 SEASONS): Gipson: 19 interceptions; 243 tackles; 0 sacks; 1 forced fumbleStewart: 3 interceptions; 195 tackles; 4 sacks; 5 forced fumblesMore of a versatile box safety than a ball hawk like Gipson, people forget that Stewart started his career as a special teamer with the Rams and was on his third team by the time he landed in Denver. Good timing on Stewart’s part, as 2015 was his first season with the Broncos and he has become one of the most reliable defenders in the Broncos secondary. Gipson is an extremely underrated player who has played at a very high level so far in 2018, and the numbers lean extremely in his favor in this match up.Advantage: Tashaun GipsonFinal Score: Jaguars tie 5-5It’s a tie, thanks to Malik Jackson being a wash having played for both teams. If you want to consider his better statistical production for the Jaguars as a tie-breaker, you are certainly entitled to , but Broncos fans can argue that he won them a ring wearing orange and blue.Allowing 283.1 yards per game (199.6 passing, 83.6 rushing) and 18.5 points per game, the Broncos defense as a unit fall behind the 2000 Ravens, 2013 Seahawks, and 2002 Bucs. Impressively, their 4.4 yards per pass attempt allowed was half a yard less than the next team and they allowed a 60.0% opposing QB completion percentage.Through three weeks, the Jaguars are allowing 286.3 yards per game (171.0 passing, 115.3 rushing), 6.1 yards per pass attempt allowed with a 64.5% opposing QB completion percentage. They’ve allowed 14.7 points per game.With this being the final installment in the all-time defense series, stay tuned for next month where I will be comparing the offenses these defensive units had to carry on their backs to win their respective championships. With the Jaguars’ recent pedestrian offensive performance against the Titans, this should be an interesting case study. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — All those yellow flags thrown against the Jacksonville Jaguars have coach Doug Marrone seeing red.The Jaguars (3-8) have been penalized 80 times, tying them for seventh in the NFL, and have been docked the fourth-most yards (751).But Marrone’s main concern is that Jacksonville has been called for a league-leading 22 personal fouls, none more costly than running back Leonard Fournette’s unsportsmanlike conduct penalty last week at Buffalo.Marrone is clearly frustrated with his team’s undisciplined ways.“It has been addressed and obviously further steps have to be taken for us,” Marrone said.Pressed for details Womens Justin Blackmon Jersey , Marrone said he will “talk about it with the team.”Fournette was tossed late in the third quarter Sunday and suspended one game without pay a day later for leaving the sideline, running across the field and instigating a fight with Bills defensive end Shaq Lawson. Fournette and Lawson exchanged punches before being separated.“Just got to grow up, you know,” Jags defensive tackle Malik Jackson said. “I think he understands what he did and how he messed it up.”Without the team’s best offensive player, Jacksonville failed to score from inside the Buffalo 1-yard line on first down and then got called for consecutive penalties that left the offense facing second-and-goal from the 17. The Jags failed to do much from there and then missed a 42-yard field goal that would have put them ahead 17-14.Adding to Marrone’s angst, defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (face mask) and safety Barry Church (unnecessary roughness) were flagged on Buffalo’s next two plays — both 15-yarders that set up the Bills’ go-ahead touchdown.“The way the team plays is a reflection on me,” Marrone said. “I understand that. I always have. I’ve always taken a lot of pride in having a well-disciplined, smart football team and obviously I’m not getting that done.“I’ve been through that before. We’ve been able to overcome that, and I think when we do, then we have a better opportunity to win football games. There are measures you can take that you hope you don’t have to get there and I’m probably getting them too late. I wasn’t expecting that out of our football team in Year 2.”The Jaguars have little room for error because of offensive struggles related to poor quarterback play, average receivers and mounting injuries. Penalties only make it more difficult for them to move the chains and score.Tom Coughlin, the team’s executive vice president of football operations and Marrone’s boss, also called out players for their conduct.“The way we behave on the field, I mean, it’s ridiculous some of the penalties,” Coughlin told 1010XL during a charity fundraiser earlier this week. “So there’s a lot of things that are going to get addressed and are being addressed.”Marrone doesn’t believe benching players or fining them is the answer Cam Robinson Jersey , noting that “education and learning give you a better chance long term for those things not to occur.”“There are a lot of combinations of how to fix it,” he added. “But we’re looking to fix it right overnight, yes.”Jacksonville, which has lost seven consecutive games, hosts Indianapolis (6-5) on Sunday. The Colts have won five in a row, including a 29-26 victory against the Jags three weeks ago.Marrone fired offensive coordinator Nathanial Hackett and benched quarterback Blake Bortles on Monday. He also made it clear more changes could be on the horizon if the team doesn’t end its losing streak — and cut down on the personal fouls.“It’s basically just going to be an end result; you either get it done or you don’t get it done,” Marrone said. “If it’s not good enough for the people you work for, then hey, they’re going to let you go. We all know that. It’s nothing to hold your head down about or nothing to feel bad about. It’s like anything else. I walk in around here, it’s embarrassing, it’s frustrating.“But at the end of the day, there has to be leadership somewhere. Someone has to step up, someone has to go and lead. … I’m never going to drop my head. I’m working my butt off to do the best job I can. I think as long as you can do that and you don’t sulk or make excuses or anything, I can look myself in the mirror and know I did everything I can.”
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