One of the intangibles about Porter was his leadership at Pittsburgh. Well, I think he showed everyone what his leadership was all about when he insulted his former teammates in order to justify himself when he wanted to be released. It's all about Porter.
Tim Graham wrote:
ProFootballFocus.com credited Wake with 20 pressures, six hits and seven sacks (5.5 actual sacks) on only 134 rushes.
Porter tallied 11 pressures, five hits and nine sacks (nine actual) on 354 rushes.
Porter had a 5.93 PRP, fifth on the team behind Wake, Taylor, Kendall Langford (6.42) and Randy Starks (6.34).
"As it turns out Wake was actually generating more pressure, period, than Porter, let alone on a per-snap basis," Monson said. "Given all those numbers, someone might want to suggest to Porter he watch the tape and think himself lucky he wasn't losing more snaps to Wake."