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Adi Player Index vs. Vancouver

ADI PLAYER INDEX

WE GRADE. WE GRADE EVERY SINGLE PLAYER AND EVERY SINGLE EVENT ON A SCALE OF -2 TO +2.

REVIEW METHODOLOGY 

PlayerImpactEfficiency ATTDEFPOS
Diego Valeri 9 0.27 8.00 2.00 -1.00
Darlington Nagbe 9 0.43 7.00 0 2.00
Dairon Asprilla 9 1.00 6.00 1.00 2.00
Diego Chara 5 0.29 6.00 0 -1.00
Nat Borchers 2 0.10 -3.00 5.00 0
Jack Jewsbury 1 0.33 2.00 0 -1.00
Zarek Valentin 0 0 4.00 -3.00 -1.00
Neco Brett -1 -1.00 -1.00 0 0
Liam Ridgewell -1 -0.09 -1.00 1.00 -1.00
Jermaine Taylor -2 -0.25 2.00 -3.00 -1.00
Jack McInerney -2 -0.09 4.00 -3.00 -3.00
Ben Zemanski -3 -0.18 0 -2.00 -1.00
Lucas Melano -4 -0.33 -3.00 -2.00 1.00


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#GameImpactEfficiencyATTDEFPOS
13.00 vs. Vancouver 22.00 0.04 31.00 -4.00 -5.00
12.00 vs. NYCFC 16.00 0.06 28.00 -2.00 -10.00
11.00 vs. Dallas -12.00 -0.12 15.00 -19.00 -8.00
10.00 vs. Vancouver 2.00 0.01 12.00 -9.00 -1.00
9.00 vs. Toronto 31.00 0.14 16.00 11.00 4.00
8.00 vs. New England 32.00 0.14 17.00 20.00 -5.00
7.00 vs. San Jose 42.00 0.18 37.00 7.00 -2.00
6.00 vs. Dallas -4.00 -0.01 24.00 -15.00 -13.00
5.00 vs. Los Angeles 20.00 0.13 9.00 13.00 -2.00
4.00 vs. Orlando -32.00 -0.17 0 -15.00 -17.00
3.00 vs. Salt Lake 39.00 0.25 26.00 11.00 2.00
2.00 vs. San Jose 61.00 0.37 26.00 26.00 9.00
1.00 vs. Columbus 61.00 0.44 29.00 35.00 -6.00


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2016 Season Totals

PlayerImpactP/90ATTDEFPOS
Zarek Valentin 10.00 1 11.00 6.00 -7.00
Ned Grabavoy -7.00 -3 4.00 -7.00 -4.00
Nat Borchers 49.00 4 0 52.00 -3.00
Lucas Melano 25.00 2 23.00 4.00 -2.00
Liam Ridgewell 9.00 1 -4.00 15.00 -2.00
Jermaine Taylor 20.00 1 12.00 17.00 -9.00
Jack McInerney -5.00 -1 13.00 -8.00 -10.00
Jack Jewsbury 2.00 0 5.00 0 -3.00
Jack Barmby -21.00 -10 0 -13.00 -8.00
Fanendo Adi 84.00 8 34.00 11.00 39.00
Diego Valeri 74.00 6 77.00 2.00 -5.00
Diego Chara 6.00 0 23.00 -16.00 -1.00
Darren Mattocks -7.00 -1 10.00 -7.00 -10.00
Darlington Nagbe 52.00 4 49.00 -7.00 10.00
Dairon Asprilla -12.00 -3 -4.00 1.00 -9.00
Chris Klute -9.00 -1 1.00 5.00 -15.00
Ben Zemanski -7.00 -3 -1.00 -5.00 -1.00
Alvas Powell 4.00 0 8.00 12.00 -16.00


Top 5 Performances

Player/GameImpactEfficiencyATTDEFPOS
Diego Valeri vs. TOR 17 0.35 7.00 6.00 4.00
Jermaine Taylor vs. NE 16 0.67 2.00 15.00 -1.00
Fanendo Adi vs. LAG 14 0.54 9.00 0 3.00
Diego Valeri vs. CBUS 13 0.76 13.00 0 0
Valeri vs. NYCFC 15 0.33 14.00 1.00 0


Bottom 5 Performances

PlayerImpactEfficiencyAttackingDefensePossession
Jack Barmby vs. ORL -15 -0.6 -3 -8 -4
Ned Grabavoy vs. DAL -10 -0.63 -1 -3 -6
Chris Klute vs. VAN -9 -0.47 -1 -4 -4
Melano vs. NYCFC -9 -0.36 -5 -1 -3
Alvas Powell vs. DAL -9 -0.33 3 -7 -5


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Game Notes

Minute 9: Mostly pointless possession so far, neither team putting a ton of pressure on the ball.

Minute 9: Kah is winning most of his aerial battles.

Minute 17: I’ve heard so many good things about the Jack Mack Attack headed home from the match but so far it’s just a bunch of aerial defeats, losses of possession and ill-advised shots from distance.

Minute 23:  Jack Mack with another bad loss of possession.

Minute 29: JACK MACK ATTACKS!

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Minute 35: Melano’s initial instinct is to make his runs away from goal, if he were more physically committed to his runs, shielding his opponent and while getting a shot off, he would start scoring in my opinion. The optimist says it’s correctable while the pessimist asks why it hasn’t been learned already.

22’ – Valeri leads Melano on a counter, Melano’s shot goes way right

33’ – Valentin lays one into the box for Melano, heavy touch goes right out

35’ – Nagbe leads Melano in the box, Melano’s low shot saved by Ousted

Minute 35: Zemanski against the world and the world wins.

Minute 36: Borchers going lob city in this game, that’s not usually his game.

Minute 37: Valentin starting to feel himself defensively.

Minute 43: Valeri does is as good in tight spaces as anyone.

Minute 43.25: A great example of what Melano can do if he gets inside positioning.

Minute 44.21: Defender just barely gets his foot to Melano’s backheel, with Valeri in front of goal, that would have been buried.

Minute 54.41: Valentin often beat on plays like this, nothing egregious but still a step behind.

Minute 55.48: JACK MACK ATTACK! Shhhhhhhhhhhhhiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitttttttttttttt emoji emoji emoji.

56’ – McInerney tries to curl one in from the top of the box, tipped by Ousted

Minute 57.11: Formations are irrelevant, I get it but this is crazy. It’s like a 3-2-2-3 with Jermaine Taylor playing LW.

Minute 57.19: Not a powerful shot but this is what makes Jack Mack great. He calls for the ball early and adjusts quickly when the ball isn’t where he thought it would be.  Kah and McInerney actually react and plant at the same time but Mack’s lower center of gravity allows him to split Kah and Jordan Harvey to get a head to it.

Minute 64.20: Chara employing some super advanced ninja skills.

Minute 69: Bolanos pulls Taylor Down, Bolanos complains about it.

Minute 74: Ridiculous chipped pass from Valeri, not a bad attempt to get behind it from Nagbe.

Minute 75.51: Any other player than Valeri, the ball is dispossessed. Diego gets the ball to Jack Mack and Mack gives it back to him, ending with the Kah handball.

Minute 78.40: Valentin and Borchers keep the integrity of the back line but neither react quickly enough to Blaz Perez lurking at the top of the box.

Minute 79.30: Asprilla pretty fortunate to win the free kick here but he earned it by getting to the ball first.

Minute 89.24: Jack Jewsbury, the assistant to the assistant regional captain, is now filing TPS reports through defenders legs.

Minute 91: Asprilla’s impact on the game was for real if not only because of his play but because a player with his attributes was exactly the thing needed to open up Vancouver.

Minute 93.21: People are going to get on me for my Valentin defensive score but Vancouver is routinely getting behind him despite some impressive defensive stops in this game.

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