Titans Quarterly Stats With or Without

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Titans Quarterly Stats With or Without

With or without are fun stats the NFL releases. It’s simply how a defense does when player X is in the game versus when player X is not.

Four weeks in, these stats are starting to even out. Please see the charts below.

Rushing Defense

Player Pos Avg Rush with Player Avg Rush without Player Rushing Differential
Sylvester Williams NT 3.96 3.9 -0.06
Curtis Riley FS 3.71 3.91 0.2
Austin Johnson NT 3.63 3.92 0.29
Karl Klug DT 3.86 3.91 0.05
Tye Smith CB -0.5 3.91 4.41
Kevin Dodd OLB -0.25 3.92 4.17
Brynden Trawick FS 2.75 3.91 1.16
Avery Williamson ILB 3.9 3.91 0.01
Nate Palmer ILB 4 3.91 -0.09
Brice McCain CB 4.02 3.9 -0.12
Aaron Wallace OLB 3.17 3.91 0.74
Johnathan Cyprien SS 3.8 3.91 0.11
Wesley Woodyard ILB 3.77 3.92 0.15
David King DE 5.17 3.9 -1.27
Erik Walden OLB 4.15 3.9 -0.25
Brian Orakpo OLB 3.85 3.91 0.06
Jurrell Casey DT 3.86 3.91 0.05
Da’Norris Searcy SS 4.12 3.9 -0.22
Derrick Morgan OLB 4.04 3.9 -0.14
Kevin Byard FS 3.91 3.91 0
Logan Ryan CB 3.97 3.9 -0.07
LeShaun Sims CB 3.45 3.92 0.47
DaQuan Jones DE 3.83 3.91 0.08
Adoree’ Jackson CB 4.13 3.89 -0.24
Jayon Brown ILB 4.12 3.9 -0.22

 

The backup defensive ends stand out here. When David King is in the game, the Titans allow more rushing yards than when anyone else is in the game: 5.17 yards per carry. Kevin Dodd has only played 18 snaps in one game, but the yards per rush is a gaudy -.25 yards per rush.

Like Dodd, Tye Smith has barely played (4 snaps) but the rushing average is outstanding with -.5 yards per carry.

Passing Defense

Player Pos Avg Pass with Player Avg Pass without Player Passing Differential
Sylvester Williams NT 6.03 6.94 0.91
Curtis Riley FS 5.72 6.96 1.24
Austin Johnson NT 6.97 6.92 -0.05
Karl Klug DT 6.13 6.93 0.8
Tye Smith CB 1 6.93 5.93
Kevin Dodd OLB 4.36 6.94 2.58
Brynden Trawick FS 0 0 0
Avery Williamson ILB 6.78 6.93 0.15
Nate Palmer ILB 9.25 6.91 -2.34
Brice McCain CB 6.24 6.96 0.72
Aaron Wallace OLB 8.5 6.91 -1.59
Johnathan Cyprien SS 7.25 6.91 -0.34
Wesley Woodyard ILB 6.83 6.93 0.1
David King DE 8.14 6.9 -1.24
Erik Walden OLB 6.63 6.93 0.3
Brian Orakpo OLB 6.61 6.94 0.33
Jurrell Casey DT 6.5 6.95 0.45
Da’Norris Searcy SS 7.39 6.9 -0.49
Derrick Morgan OLB 7.05 6.91 -0.14
Kevin Byard FS 6.92 6.92 0
Logan Ryan CB 6.9 6.92 0.02
LeShaun Sims CB 7.63 6.89 -0.74
DaQuan Jones DE 8.3 6.86 -1.44
Adoree’ Jackson CB 7.18 6.89 -0.29
Jayon Brown ILB 7.56 6.88 -0.68

 

For the passing defense, David King, Aaron Wallace, and Nate Palmer don’t look good here. When those three are in the game, the Titans allow more than eight yards per pass. Statistically, Curtis Riley is performing much better than Johnathan Cyprien and DaNorris Searcy here.

These stats don’t illustrate one on one matchups, but they are fun to look at and analyze.


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