Defensive Statistics vs QB, RB, WR, TE October 9, 2012 | Chet
I thought we could take a look at how defenses are stacking up against each offensive position so far this season. It’s always tough to know how much a defense has fallen or improved over the off season, so we’ll follow these numbers over the start of the season to see if we notice any trends.
So far the Seahawks have been playing insane defense against top offenses. I fear them close to as much as the 49ers this season.
These are the numbers we average out to come up with our Matchup Machine and Strength of Schedule, but I thought you might like to see them as is.
Check out the week 1-5 numbers below. Click on the tabs at the bottom to see all the positions.
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