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So far this week Iíve taken a look at three draft classes for the Seattle Seahawks by looking at no more than the snap counts accumulated by the members of each of the draft classes. The classes Iíve covered so far includethe 2016 draft class led by Jarran Reed and Germain Ifedithe 2015 draft class which produced Tyler Lockett and Frank Clark Marshawn Lynch Jersey , the 2014 second round of Justin Britt and Paul Richardson. Which means that of course today we will be looking at the 2013 draft class. Now, while Hawks fans are more than well aware of the fact that the 2013 season was the most successful in team history for on field performance, the draft that year is easily one of the worst in franchise history. How bad was it? Letís jump straight to the numbers.Seahawks 2013 draft class snap countsRoundPlayer SelectedSnaps PlayedPercentage of Draft Class SnapsRoundPlayer SelectedSnaps PlayedPercentage of Draft Class SnapsJust to put how little this entire draft class contributed on the field for the Hawks, here are some facts about this draft class relative to some of the teamís other classes. The 2013 group as a whole played fewer snaps (3,280) thanJustin Britt has played himself (4,557)fewer snaps than Tyler Lockett has in career punt and kick return yards (3,434)fewer snaps than the 2017 Seahawks draft class (3,489)In short, the 2013 draft class didnít play much at all. Now, in yesterdayís installment about the 2014 draft class a question was asked about what constitutes average for a draft class across the NFL. While that is an entire can of worms that Iím not really looking to get into here, the rough back of the envelope calculation that will put you in the ballpark of how productive a draft class has been is to divide the number of snaps the group played by 800, and that gives you a very, very rough approximation of how many starting seasons the draft class has produced. The reason that gets you in the ballpark is that of the 22 starting positions in the NFL, barring injury half of those starters should play 100% of snaps for their team - the quarterback, the five offensive linemen, the four defensive backs and one or maybe two of the teamís linebackers. Thatís about 1,000 snaps per season for each of those 11 positions. Then there is a group of seven positions that will play around three quarters of a teamís snaps. Those include the halfback, the tight end, the defensive ends and typically the second linebacker. Three quarters of 1,000 is obviously 750, and thatís about how many snaps these positions should be expected to play in a season. And then there are the more rotational positions, including the third wide receiver, the third linebacker, and the defensive tackles. The players should play somewhere in the ballpark of half of the snaps a team plays, so about 500 snaps per player. That leads to the 22 starters for a team averaging just over 800 snaps per starter, so by dividing the snaps plays for a draft class by 800, it yields a very rough approximation of how many seasons of on field play a draft class accounted for. Now, is it precise? Not at all. This is a machete Womens Duane Brown Jersey , not a scalpel, but it puts the numbers into an easy to easy to understand single number. The Detroit Lions were at a disadvantage, playing in a deafening stadium against a daunting Minnesota defense that's rounding into form at midseason.The departure of their leading pass-catcher in a trade earlier in the week left the Lions with one less way to attack the Vikings, but the absence of Golden Tate became an afterthought while the team struggled to protect its quarterback. Matthew Stafford was culpable, too, often hanging onto the ball too long.Danielle Hunter had 3 1/2 of Minnesota's franchise-record 10 sacks plus a fourth-quarter fumble return for a touchdown , making for a miserable afternoon for Stafford and the Lions in a 24-9 victory by the Vikings on Sunday."That's a very, very, very, very talented front," left guard Frank Ragnow said. "Dudes on every single position. So credit to them, but it's all on us. I think we all know we need to play better than that."Hunter also was credited with nine tackles and four hits on Stafford as the Vikings (5-3-1) limited the Lions to a season-low 214 total yards and stopped their streak of 14-plus points at 25 straight games. The last time the Lions scored in single digits was a 17-6 loss to the New York Giants on Dec. 18, 2016.The Lions assembled only two drives that netted more than 30 yards. Tate was certainly missed 鈥?the Lions went just 4 for 15 on third down 鈥?but the Vikings dominated this game on the line of scrimmage."You're going to play some teams that are going to have some really elite rushers and who are really elite players," left tackle Taylor Decker said. "We know in our division, we're going to get that every week. It's a tough pill to swallow, but we have to play better."The previous high sack total of Stafford's 10-year career was seven, against the Vikings in 2015. He has been sacked five times or more on 15 different occasions, six of those by the Vikings. The Lions are 3-12 in those games."We need to learn how to be consistent all the way across the board with everything we do," coach Matt Patricia said. "There have been some weeks we have been consistent from the start of the week through the games, and some weeks haven't been consistent. Things change on gameday pretty quick depending on the opponent and what they're doing, and being able to handle some of those changes affects that."The Vikings effectively mixed in blitzes to keep the Lions off balance, but nine of the 10 sacks were registered by their defensive linemen. Three of them came inside Minnesota's 20, over two different possessions that ended with a field goal by Matt Prater.Defensive tackles Sheldon Richardson and Tom Johnson switched places on a perfectly executed stunt that ended with them sharing a sack of Stafford on third-and-goal from the 8 early in the second quarter. Everson Griffen pushed Decker back toward Stafford, too, in a complete collapse of the pocket."If we go into the red zone and we score touchdowns there, then the score of the game would've been a lot different," Stafford said. "We've got to get better."
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