Author name: Ben Glaser

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Easy Like Sunday Morning: Week 12 Edition

This article is meant to be a quick recap of news from the last week, thoughts going into each week’s games, notes on injuries, guys to put on your radar, etc. It’ll be a quick article every week because we’re all busy Sunday mornings.

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Week 11 IDP By the Numbers: AFC

Rather than doing a full, 5,000-word snap count thread every week, we’re going to simplify things a little bit. You don’t need me to tell you Bobby Wagner is playing 100% of snaps every week.  So we’re just going to hit on the important numbers and any trends we’re starting to see.

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Week 11 IDP By the Numbers: NFC

Rather than doing a full, 5,000-word snap count thread every week, we’re going to simplify things a little bit. You don’t need me to tell you Bobby Wagner is playing 100% of snaps every week.  So we’re just going to hit on the important numbers and any trends we’re starting to see.

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Easy like Sunday Morning: Week 11 Edition

This article is meant to be a quick recap of news from the last week, thoughts going into each week’s games, notes on injuries, guys to put on your radar, etc. It’ll be a quick article every week because we’re all busy Sunday mornings.

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Week 10 IDP By The Numbers: AFC

Rather than doing a full, 5,000-word snap count thread every week, we’re going to simplify things a little bit. You don’t need me to tell you Bobby Wagner is playing 100% of snaps every week.  So we’re just going to hit on the important numbers and any trends we’re starting to see.

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Easy like Sunday Morning: Week 10 Edition

Every week Ben Glaser provides a quick recap of news from the last week, thoughts going into each week’s games, notes on injuries, guys to put on your radar, etc. It’ll be a quick article every week because we’re all busy Sunday mornings.

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IDP By the Numbers: NFC Week 9

27 – Total tackles by Budda Baker over the last two weeks. Baker has been productive all season but has blown up since moving back to SS. Of the three alliteratively named safeties from the 2017 class, Baker is the only one currently playing.

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Easy Like Sunday Morning

Every week Ben Glaser provides a quick recap of news from the last week, thoughts going into each week’s games, notes on injuries, guys to put on your radar, etc. It’ll be a quick article every week because we’re all busy Sunday mornings.

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IDP By the Numbers: AFC Week 8

7 – Games it took the Raiders to match the 2018 season’s sack total of 13. Benson Mayowa has led the way with 5.5 sacks. Fourth-round rookie Maxx Crosby and Maurice Hurst each have 2.0 sacks. First-round rookie Clellin Ferrel, Arden Key, and Jonathan Hankins each have 1.0 sack. PJ Hall has 0.5 sacks. Amazingly, there are five teams with fewer sacks on the season.

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IDP By the Numbers: NFC Week 8

14 – Total tackles by Budda Baker. Since DJ Swearinger Sr. was released, Baker has moved back to SS while the two Thompsons took over FS. The two Thompson dynamic is fluid, making both impossible to trust. Fifth-round rookie Deionte Thompson dropped from 90% of snaps in Week 7 to 43% in Week 8. Supplemental draft rookie Jalen Thompson jumped from 10% of snaps in Week 7 to 53% in Week 8.

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Easy Like Sunday Morning: Week 8 Edition

This article is meant to be a quick recap of news from the last week, thoughts going into each week’s games, notes on injuries, guys to put on your radar, etc. It’ll be a quick article every week because we’re all busy Sunday mornings.

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IDP By the Numbers: AFC Week 7

Rather than doing a full, 5,000-word snap count thread every week, we’re going to simplify things a little bit. You don’t need me to tell you Bobby Wagner is playing 100% of snaps every week. So we’re just going to hit on the important numbers and any trends we’re starting to see. Let’s get into the IDP numbers to know from the AFC from Week 7.

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Easy Like Sunday Morning: Week 7 Edition

This article is meant to be a quick recap of news from the last week, thoughts going into each week’s games, notes on injuries, guys to put on your radar, etc. It’ll be a quick article every week because we’re all busy Sunday mornings.

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IDP By the Numbers: NFC Week 6

0 – Games remaining on Jarran Reed’s six-game suspension. Expect Reed to be a top tier DT as early as next week. Poona Ford played 84% of snaps against Cleveland. That snap share will go down.

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IDP By the Numbers: AFC Week 6

6 – Total tackles by Najee Goode. Goode’s stat line included 1.0 sack and 1 PD. Goode played 95% of snaps and has fully replaced third-round rookie Quincy Williams. Williams looked foolish last week trying to tackle Christian McCafferty and has since been benched.

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Easy Like Sunday Morning: Week 6 Edition

The Colts started this season with one of the messiest depth charts at DE. Jabaal Sheard, Justin Houston, Al-Quaddin Muhammad, Kemoko Turay, and Ben Banogu. Sheard missed the first four games of the season. Back to full strength in Week 5 and Turay broke his ankle and will miss the remainder of the season. It’s a tough break for the second-round sophomore. Sheard will be a UFA following the season. If he doesn’t resign look for Houston, Turay, and Banogu to headline this group next season.

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IDP By The Numbers: AFC Week 5

3 – IDP left the game with an injury. Xavier Williams (ankle) left after 10 snaps. Anthony Hitchens (groin) left after 11 snaps. Chris Jones (groin) left after 38 snaps. Ben Nieman replaced Hitchens and played every down. Derrick Nnadi (77%) saw a substantial increase in snaps with both Jones and Williams out. Third-round rookie Khalen Saunders played his first 33 defensive snaps of the season.

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