"He’s gotten much better at blitz pick-up,” Arians said. “We’ve talked about it – he’s improved each week, which should get him more snaps. But as far as two-minute, Dare [Ogunbowale] is one of the best ones that we have as far as knowing who to block and how to block them. But I think Ronald’s going to have a hell of a future.”
Reading in between the lines here, maybe Arians is hinting that Dare will be regulated to 2 minute drills only while Ronald Jones takes the rest of the third down work? Dare has lead the backfield in snaps the last three weeks which is surprising (they lost all three games). Hopefully Arians is smart enough to spot the problem for those three games.
PFF also ranks Dare the worst of the three overall, with Ronald Jones as the best.
As for pass blocking, Barber receives the highest score at 68 with Dare at 38 and Jones at 29.
Dare and Barber also have terrible efficiency numbers in the passing game, with Dare yards per target at 5.5 and 2.8 for Barber. Ronald Jones is averaging 12 yards per target.
Hopefully Arians is ready to let the young bull run