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  1. #1
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    Pro Football Focus: Broken tackles in 2011

    Your Chicago Bears: still learning about this newfangled thing called the "forward pass."

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    You need to be logged in to see what it links to.

    Which means you need an account.

    Which means I don't see it.

    Crib sheet version?

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    hmm, i'm not logged in -- nor do i have an account.

    Highest Broken Tackle Rate, 2011 RB
    Player Team BT Runs Rec Touches BT/Touch
    Javon Ringer TEN 16 59 28 87 18.4%
    Isaac Redman PIT 22 110 18 128 17.2%
    Fred Jackson BUF 33 170 39 209 15.8%
    LeSean McCoy PHI 50 273 48 321 15.6%
    Jahvid Best DET 17 84 27 111 15.3%
    LeGarrette Blount TB 30 184 15 199 15.1%
    Matt Forte CHI 36 203 52 255 14.1%
    Kevin Smith DET 13 72 22 94 13.8%
    Rashard Mendenhall PIT 34 228 18 246 13.8%
    Michael Turner ATL 42 301 17 318 13.2%

    Lowest Broken Tackle Rate, 2011 RB
    Player Team BT Runs Rec Touches BT/Touch
    Peyton Hillis CLE 4 161 22 183 2.2%
    Danny Woodhead NE 3 77 18 95 3.2%
    Thomas Jones KC 5 153 5 158 3.2%
    Cedric Benson CIN 10 273 15 288 3.5%
    Maurice Morris DET 4 80 26 106 3.8%
    Frank Gore SF 12 282 17 299 4.0%
    Ricky Williams BAL 5 108 13 121 4.1%
    Tim Hightower WAS 4 84 10 94 4.3%
    Jackie Battle KC 7 149 9 158 4.4%
    Michael Bush OAK 13 256 37 293 4.4%
    Your Chicago Bears: still learning about this newfangled thing called the "forward pass."

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    Not surprising. We ran Forte to the edge more times than not since our interior line was soft last year. After McFadden went down the Raiders turned their running attack inside the tackles. You don't break break as many tackles when you run right into someone instead of veering away from them.
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    Link works now. Maybe they were doing some site maintenance of some sort?

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