The Titans signed him hoping they’d get the guy they saw on the field in 2012, general manager Ruston Webster has said.
Nathan Janke of Pro Football Focus has a piece out Monday that looks at the most effective offensive linemen in the first 2, 2.5 and 3 seconds after the snap.
Teams certainly hope their offensive linemen don’t get beat within two seconds of the start of a play.
Oher showed up well here, with one hit, four hurries and a pass-blocking efficiency of 99.23.
Flacco’s average time to throw was 2.87 seconds last year. Locker was getting rid of the ball more quickly -- in an average of 2.74 seconds.