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    wonder what rony nelson's plays to sacks/hurries ratio is

    he plays sparingly and primarily in passing situations, but he has gotten a few sacks and hurries. some guys play a whole game and have that same stat line. would be interesting to see.



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    Re: wonder what rony nelson's plays to sacks/hurries ratio is

    Rony Nelson gets the best pressure of any of our DEs IMO on passing plays. He must be a real liability against the run or something? Either that or he doesn't practice well? But when it's gametime and the other team is in a passing situation, he's the best we have right now IMO. And Morrissey might be the next best?



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    Re: wonder what rony nelson's plays to sacks/hurries ratio is

    I think I've heard that he is weak against the run. Morissey was back there quite a bit too, which was great to see. Seems like we have a d-line without a great player, but a bunch of good ones. The depth definitely paid off as the game went on.



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