Are we even sure that sack numbers in college necessarily correlate to pass rushing success in the pros?
Considering that a sack in and of itself can be the result of many other variables (coverage, teammate pressure, the QB holding the ball too long or sacking himself), I'm not sure that the number itself even means anything.
Werner consistently gets by his man, and he's got unreal explosiveness and flexibility, and it shows up week in and week out. That translates more to me than looking at who his sacks came against.
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Originally Posted by SchizophrenicBatman
Tannehill was a better QB (than Gabbert) when he was still playing WR