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Old 04-18-2014, 06:48 AM   #113
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Originally Posted by htismaqe View Post
Thanks for supporting my argument.

Hageman isn't even close to the best DT in THIS draft, let alone in the last few.

People bitch about the expectations placed on Eric Fisher. You've built Hageman up to be something he absolutely isn't.
I take it you just looked at the pictures and didnt read.

Originally Posted by peshek
Without adding in batted passes at the line of scrimmage Hageman is still very productive, pressuring the QB once every 12.75 snaps. However, when you add on his penchant for knocking passes down, his PRR+ nears Aaron Donald’s. There may be concerns about Hageman taking plays off, but from a metrics standpoint he gets the results he needs to.
Originally Posted by peshek
It’s likely that Hageman saw the least total run snaps among the entire DT class given the rotations from Minnesota. However, his supposed ‘lack of effort’ still did not show up, racking up a solid 11 Eff Tak rate.
Originally Posted by peshek
Like Donald, Hageman displays impressive range where 25% of his tackles were made 4-7 alignment positions away. This matches well with the athleticism displayed on tape and in post-season testing.
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