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PFF grades PACKERS (Bears game)
November 13, 2017 07:45PM
From PFF;
DI Mike Daniels, 87.8 overall grade

LB Blake Martinez, 85.7 overall grade

QB Brett Hundley, 85.2 overall grade

DI Kenny Clark, 84.9 overall grade

RB Jamaal Williams, 82.1 overall grade
Performances of Note:
QB Brett Hundley, 85.2 overall grade
The Packers coaching staff have never been afraid to open up the offense for their young quarterbacks. That confidence has undoubtedly been of benefit to Hundley, who recorded the best game of his young career. Facing a key game situation, on his own side of the field up a touchdown with four minutes to go, Hundley launched a beautiful arc down the right sideline to Davante Adams. Although he still needs a ton of development on his footwork in the pocket, Hundley certainly has the arm talent to succeed in the NFL. He has a 110.0 passer rating under pressure in this game.
RB Jamaal Williams, 82.1 overall grade
Rookie running back Jamaal Williams has had to be patient this season, but he seized his opportunity with easily a season-high 35 snaps against a stout Bears front. Although his traditional stats underwhelm (20 carries for 67 yards), he battled hard on the ground all day. Williams earned 55 of his yards after contact, breaking seven tackles. Two came on one impressive play where he showed good vision to cut away from the clogged point of attack, slipping by the end and finally ran over the corner for a first down conversion.
DI Mike Daniels, 87.8 overall grade
Daniels was a force on Sunday, finishing with grades north of 80.0 in both run defense and as a pass-rusher. Daniels recorded four pressures (three hurries and a sack) on 29 pass-rush attempts to go with five total stops. Three of his stops came on 12 snaps in run defense, giving him a 25.0 run-stop percentage, which led all interior defenders through the early games.
DI Kenny Clark, 84.9 overall grade
Paired with Daniels, the Packers defensive interior wreaked havoc on the Bears offensive line for much of the afternoon. Clark led Green Bay’s defense with an 85.3 run-defense grade and he also tied his season high with three pressures (all hurries) as a pass-rusher. Clark has really taken his game to an extra level since Week 5 and as of this moment he ranks 12th among interior defenders for the season – two spots ahead of Mike Daniels – with an 88.2 overall grade. Congrats PACKERS!!!!



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Re: PFF grades PACKERS (Bears game)
November 13, 2017 09:03PM
Hundley has the arm to succeed in the NFL.... LOL