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Moore in top 10 for pass rush productivity

Posted by Chris Brown on November 15, 2012 – 2:19 pm

It might sound surprising knowing Kyle Moore only began to get significant playing time after Mark Anderson went down with a knee injury five weeks ago, but based on a per snap basis, the stat crunchers and film reviewers at Pro Football Focus have Kyle Moore as a top 10 player when it comes to pass rush productivity.

Moore currently ranks ninth in the league in pass rush productivity among outside pass rushers. PFF made a separate listing of interior pass rushers. Here’s the top 10.

Rank Name Team Pass Rush Snaps Total Pressure PRP
1 Von Miller DEN 260 51 15.7
2  Justin Houston KC 155 30 15.6
3  Charles Johnson CAR 267 47 14.1
4  Cameron Wake MIA 339 56 13.2
5  DeMarcus Ware DAL 233 37 13.1
6  Lamarr Woodley PIT 138 22 12.5
7  Chris Long SL 304 48 12.3
8  Bruce Irvin SEA 189 27 11.9
9  Kyle Moore BUF 100 15 11.8
10  Clay Matthews GB 291 42 11.7

PFF calculates pass rush productivity by adding up sacks, hits and hurries (with hits and hurries worth three quarters of sacks) then they divide that figure by the number of pass rushes, multiply by 100 and that’s the PRP rating.


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