Fat Albert's Impact in 2011

Albert Haynesworth was cut by NE today. According to PFT, it will save NE a boatload of cash. I can't blame them. Here are Haynesworth's numbers in 2011 through his 4 game appearances, including his league rank among the 111 qualifying DTs:
  • 0.12 +WPA (78th)
  • 1.4 +EPA (106th)
  • 3 Success Plays(101st)
  • 2 Tackles
  • 1 Assist
  • 0.19 TF (111th-last)
  • 2 QB Hits
  • 0 sacks, passes defended, interceptions, forced fumbles, or tackles for losses

He hasn't played a majority of snaps, but almost all if not all DTs platoon to some degree.  Admittedly, his job as a 3-4 DT is to eat space and not necessarily to make plays, but there are many 3-4 DTs (and some DTs classified as 3-4 DEs) who are making much bigger impacts. And from what I understand, he was often used in a role and in alignments that let him penetrate to make plays. This is really lackluster for the guy who made such an impact in TEN.

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3 Responses to “Fat Albert's Impact in 2011”

  1. Anonymous says:

    How much money did Fat Albert make off his huge contact he signed with Washington 3 years ago?

    I think he has earned a big chunk of it, and now he is not at risk of getting hurt, like Kris Jenkins of the jets last year and the year before.

    I'd rather have 60 million and no injury than 100 million and my knee torn up

  2. 81Trucolors says:

    I'd sacrifice a knee for 40 mill.

  3. Anonymous says:

    >.I'd sacrifice a knee for 40 mill.

    Maybe if I had no money. But if I had 40 million (after taxes) I wouldnt

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