Originally Posted by Taco John
Because he was doing the job of two men out there. Beadles was terrible this year. Under the circumstances, Clady actually did very well.
How interesting it is, then, that Clady was in the bottom 10 at his position, and so was Beadles.
Was Beadles also responsible for the 12 penalties Clady was flagged for, the 2nd most in the league?
PFF had Beadles and Clady giving up the same number of pressures, FYI (32). That means Clady got flat beat by the guy he was supposed to block at an extremely high rate. Are you going to tell me Beadles was responsible for an OLB or DE, now?