This is crazy.

This week, the honor goes to Wyatt, a 6-3, 315-pounder who terrorized Arkansas to the tune of 6 tackles, 2 sacks, a forced fumble, and a 91.4 PFF grade on just 20 snaps[Emphasis added.]

He wasn’t the only defensive player with absurd production like that.

If you lean more toward LB Nakobe Dean (3 TFLs on 27 snaps, including 2 sacks) or edge Adam Anderson (5 tackles, 2 TFLs on 19 snaps)…

I’m sure those numbers won’t be there when the defense finally plays somebody, though.


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16 responses to “Production

  1. akascuba

    Looking forward to Saturday’s opportunity Dawg Road Grade Aubie.

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  2. gastr1

    Yeah, but what does PFF say? lol. What a great game!

    Liked by 2 people

  3. 81Dog


    looking forward to treating Bo Nix like the piñata at a Mexican birthday party this week. Jump on them fast, keep jumping on them, and leave no doubt. Take the crowd out of it early.

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  4. Biggen

    Wow. Literally, every game we have a player(s) honored with a SEC achievement. I don’t recall that happening happening before this many times.

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  5. Bulldawg Bill

    “…when the defense finally plays somebody…”
    I wish they’d hurry up!! My attention span is…so…


  6. Davis and Wyatt are bad men.


  7. Texas Dawg

    Herbie had it right on Saturday about what makes this defense special. They have checked their egos and put TEAM first and ME second. The are just as happy to see one of their teammates get the stop. All for one and one for all.

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  8. RATPOISON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



  9. I think this is the stat that blew me away more than anything:

    no player has played more than 40% of the team’s total defensive snaps this season

    That is some serious playing time for backups, and also nice rest for the starters.