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Trey Hopkins
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(10-09-2019, 08:11 PM)SunsetBengal Wrote: Serious question.  What about that PFF rating below 70, that claims Hopkins is among the NFL's best?  Do all Centers just suck in general?  I thought I remembered you saying that anything below 70 was pretty much "bad".

He's ranked 7th right now at 69.8, which is a good grade. He's been slipping week by week but anything above 65 is "good". 

Right now, "average" is 61.9 for centers.
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(10-09-2019, 03:46 PM)SunsetBengal Wrote: Wait just a minute.  How in the heck can he be rated among the NFL's best, with a PFF grade under 70??

Where's The Pistons?  We're going to need for him to give us some clarity on this matter..

Ratings are not based on the top player at the position being a 100. 100 is reserved for the elite of the elite.
The highest C is below 75 (74.9).
Only the top 6 C's have a rating above 70.0.

Fun fact: The highest rated single-season game from any player in PFF era was...Andrew Whitworth (Week 15 in 2010). 98.4 overall grade that game.
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(10-10-2019, 04:56 PM)ochocincos Wrote: Ratings are not based on the top player at the position being a 100. 100 is reserved for the elite of the elite.
The highest C is below 75 (74.9).
Only the top 6 C's have a rating above 70.0.

Fun fact: The highest rated single-season game from any player in PFF era was...Andrew Whitworth (Week 15 in 2010). 98.4 overall grade that game.

Hopkins overall is hurt by his pass block grade. He's only 18th there at 65.4 (with 5 guys over 80 and 15 guys over 70), while his run block grade is 2nd at 69.7
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(10-10-2019, 04:56 PM)ochocincos Wrote: Ratings are not based on the top player at the position being a 100. 100 is reserved for the elite of the elite.
The highest C is below 75 (74.9).
Only the top 6 C's have a rating above 70.0.

Fun fact: The highest rated single-season game from any player in PFF era was...Andrew Whitworth (Week 15 in 2010). 98.4 overall grade that game.

That is cool about Whit. Cool
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(10-10-2019, 04:39 PM)rfaulk34 Wrote: Yep. Somehow i missed an entire page of this thread and didn't see that it's already been talked about.  Sad

Well, there is so much excitement lately...easy to miss.
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