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Austin Gayle
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Austin Gayle 13h
Replying to @KevinColePFF
This is hot.
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Austin Gayle 13h
Replying to @henrybuggy
Congrats, Henry!! Expecting big things from you at ESPN.
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Austin Gayle 14h
bag secured 💰
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Austin Gayle 14h
Replying to @AdamSchefter
Well deserved, one of the best interior pass-rushing talents in the NFL.
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Austin Gayle Jul 14
Replying to @PFF_Sam
days
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Austin Gayle Jul 14
Replying to @PFF_AustinGayle
From Moses' Player Tribune article (2017) on his training regimen at nine (!!) years old:
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Austin Gayle Jul 14
Per ESPN, Alabama's Dylan Moses ran a 4.46s 40-yard dash at an LSU football camp in July 2012 and received a scholarship offer shortly after. He was 14 years old, an eighth-grader.
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Austin Gayle Jul 13
Working on backgrounds for 's 2020 Preseason NFL Draft Guide, and I'm blown away by Tyler Biadasz. Some notes on the Power 5's highest-graded center over the past two seasons:
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Austin Gayle Jul 12
Replying to @PFF_Sam @PFF_Mike
You should see what we texted your mom.
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Austin Gayle Jul 12
Replying to @PFF @PFF_Chargers and 3 others
S/O to , and for all the work they've done with WAR, projections and running back value.
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Austin Gayle Jul 12
Chargers' Melvin Gordon, like all RBs in the NFL, can’t avoid the fact that his rushing production is largely replaceable and his production as a pass-catcher is volatile. His value is low as a result. 📰:
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Kevin Cole Jul 11
Working on projecting WAR using PFF data and historically similar players. Melvin Gordon has comps with high name recognition, but not particularly valuable according to WAR. Value calculation is $4.3M/yr in 2019-2020 based on the weighted comps. Top-3 comps shown
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Austin Gayle Jul 11
Some notes on Matt LaFleur's offense in Tennessee this past season: - Used bunch formations 34.1% of early downs, 2nd-highest rate in the NFL - Used pre-snap shifts/motions on 60.4% of early downs, 2nd-highest rate - Used 12 personnel on 36.1% of early downs, 3rd-highest rate
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Austin Gayle Jul 11
Replying to @PFF_Eric
Two-year YPRR averages on early downs: 1. Alvin Kamara (2.55) 2. Jalen Richard (2.46) 3. Rex Burkhead (2.34) 4. Austin Ekeler (2.24) 5. Tarik Cohen (2.21) 6. James White (1.95) 7. Theo Riddick (1.90) 8. Melvin Gordon (1.80)
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Austin Gayle Jul 11
. droppin' HEAT on a favorite in TCU's Jeff Gladney. love to see it
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Austin Gayle Jul 11
Replying to @ScottBarrettDFB
This is a good tweet.
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Scott Barrett Jul 11
Last season, Austin Ekeler ranked: - 6th of 61 RBs in PFF Grade (83.6) - 7th of 56 RBs in Elusive Rating (67.6) - 6th of 56 RBs in Yards per Carry (5.23) - 7th of 31 RBs in Yards per Target (7.62) ... and was better than Melvin Gordon in each stat. Current ADP: RB42, Round 9
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Austin Gayle Jul 10
Replying to @BudElliott3
No, but I feel like I need to now...
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Austin Gayle Jul 10
Replying to @PFF_AustinGayle
DJ has to be a DPOY favorite on everybody's board, imo.
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Austin Gayle Jul 10
Derwin James' versatility is so rare. - Excelled at multiple positions - Plus play in run defense, coverage and pass-rush - Thrived in Gus Bradley's zone-heavy scheme with multiple responsibilities (i.e. deep third, deep half, curl/flat).
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