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20 PFF College stats to know from Week 2

With that in mind, each week our team of analysts will highlight those standout performances with 20 takeaways from the previous weekend slate of games.
Jordan Ta’amu, QB, Ole Miss Hit seven deep shots for 306 yards and four touchdowns on passes targeted at least 20 yards downfield for a deep-pass passer rating of 142.4.
Brent Stockstill, QB, Middle Tennessee State When kept clean from pressure, as he was on 81.6 percent of his dropbacks, Stockstill connected on 25-of-31 passes (despite having two passes dropped) for a ridiculous 407 passing yards and five touchdowns, tying for the national lead in Week 2.
Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State Haskins lit up the field against Rutgers but especially when he allowed his routes to develop, seeing a perfect passer rating of 158.3 on passes thrown 2.6 seconds or more after the snap.
AJ Dillon, RB, Boston College Dillon needed just six carries in the game’s first five minutes before his day was done, tallying 128 of his 149 yards on breakaway, 15-plus yard carries and three touchdowns for the afternoon.
Brown, WR, Ole Miss A standard on this list it seems, Brown saw a perfect passer rating when targeted, hauling in 8-of-9 targets for 158 yards and two touchdowns.
Donnel Stanley, C, South Carolina Stanley did not allow a single pressure in pass protection against Georgia, joining 47 other FBS centers who accomplished that feat.
Ed Oliver & Dexter Lawrence, interior defensive linemen Oliver notched a career-high six pressures, all hurries, on 33 rushes while Lawrence also accumulated six pressures but on 34 pass-rushes.
Malik Gant, S, Marshall Gant was a menace against the run, tallying eight stops for an offensive failure on 30 snaps against the run, all eight of which came when he lined up inside the box (within 8 yards of the line of scrimmage).
Thomas, however, needed just 20 snaps in coverage to record his two picks while Davis and Elliott saw 33 and 54 snaps, respectively, in coverage.

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Sep 8, 2018; Chestnut Hill, MA, USA; Boston College Eagles running back AJ Dillon (2) runs the ball during the first half against the Holy Cross Crusaders at Alumni Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

PFF’s team of analysts work countless hours during the football season, grading every player on every play of every game at the FBS level. Along with our grades, the PFF data generated from our analysis processes also generate a bevy of advanced statistics that showcase individual standout performances.

With that in mind, each week our team of analysts will highlight those standout performances with 20 takeaways from the previous weekend slate of games.

Week 2

Zac Thomas, QB, Appalachian State

Thomas completed all 14 of his passes for a 100 percent adjusted completion percentage including going 7-for-7 for 242 yards and three touchdowns on passes targeted 10-plus yards downfield.

Jordan Ta’amu, QB, Ole Miss

Hit seven deep shots for 306 yards and four touchdowns on passes targeted at least 20 yards downfield for a deep-pass passer rating of 142.4.

Brent Stockstill, QB, Middle Tennessee State

When kept clean from pressure, as he was on 81.6 percent of his dropbacks, Stockstill connected on 25-of-31 passes (despite having two passes dropped) for a ridiculous 407 passing yards and five touchdowns, tying for the national lead in Week 2.

Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State

Haskins lit up the field against Rutgers but especially when he allowed his routes to develop, seeing a perfect passer rating of 158.3 on passes thrown 2.6 seconds or more after the snap.

Karan Higdon, RB, Michigan

Higdon needed just 13 carries to force five missed tackles while averaging 7.62 yards after contact per rush in Michigan’s blowout win.

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