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Pass Blocking rating PACKERS/cowboys
October 03, 2017 09:22PM
From PFF;
17. Green Bay Packers
PFF Elite pass blocking efficiency: 77.7
Injuries at the tackle spots have ravaged the Green Bay offensive line. This was the best pass blocking line in football a season ago, but in 2017 it has surrendered 52 total pressures, while they had just 136 for the entirety of 2016. Only two lines have been pass protecting for more snaps than Green Bay’s 183.

18. Dallas Cowboys
PFF Elite pass blocking efficiency: 77.4
What many believe to be the best line in football has had its struggles this season. Even All-Pro’s Tyron Smith and Travis Frederick have started slowly in 2017. As a unit they have surrendered 46 total pressures compared to 130 for the entire 2016 season.

Hopefully the PACKER starting OTs will be good to go.

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Re: Pass Blocking rating PACKERS/cowboys
October 06, 2017 04:41AM
I'm hoping Daniels is full-go. Add him to the way Clark is playing now + Lowry + Dial (+ M.Adams seems fit now), that seems a good group to deal with the Boys O line.