Pro Football Focus has made a business of evaluating every player on every play and producing grades from the results. The PFF grades are always interesting to look at, and they provide an outside view on how a player performed relative to the rest of the players at his position around the league.
Alas, many players balk at the PFF grades. It’s especially true of offensive linemen, who get frustrated at how their performances are evaluated. Browns left tackle Jedrick Wills is one of them, and he had some fun at PFF’s expense.
Wills coopted a social media video meme and took a playful swipe at PFF and its treatment of offensive linemen,
pff grading offensive line play https://t.co/XX5ZRHsTql
— Jedrick Wills Jr.®++ (@JWills73) September 14, 2021
For the record, Wills earned a grade of 72.8 from PFF in Week 1 before he departed with an injury that thankfully is not considered serious.