See, that is one of the areas where the Derby blade shines for me, along the jawline, and the difficult spots on my neck. I get that drag with other blades like Personna and Merkur. Before ya change blades, I'd check to make double sure you are using a good angle. I make it a point to always 'lead' the stroke with the safety bar (long bar running underneath the blade itself on the razor head). I touch that bar to my skin, then slowly lift the razor handle until the blade is just touching, ready to cut. If you have that safetybar touching skin at all times, that will ensure you are using the proper angle. That's a lesson I re-teach myself often, since I'll have a good shave, then get cocky and try to lead the shave with the blade itself for a more aggressive angle. I am always reminded to do it the right way after I cut and burn myself heheh But yeah, if the Derby still catches and drags on that stubble even with a good angle...the only place you have to go is Feather
Those suckers are SHARP. Using the feather blades, I open up little cuts all over my face not feeling it or not even knowing how or what I did wrong. Many gents though use nothing else once they have tried Feather... I just noticed you are in DE ....no harm in trying a Gillette as well then. Many of us 'shave geeks' pay a premium to get the Swedish Gillettes over here in the states (made in Sweden but sold all over Europe).