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Old 09-28-2010, 09:30 AM   #1
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Teams are 3-10 this season when their QB passes for 340+ yards.

Teams are 3-15 when their QB passes 40+ times in a game.

Teams are 19-7 when they have a feature back run 20+ times in a game.



Primetime's power ranking quotes where he says "they lost but (enter name) threw for 400 yards! don't count them out!" made me look into these.


Also...

Austin Collie and Brandon Lloyd are #1 and #2 in the league in receiving yards.

Michael Vick and Mark Sanchez have combined for 12 TD's and 0 INT's this year.

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Old 09-28-2010, 09:38 AM   #2
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Teams are 3-10 this season when their QB passes for 340+ yards.

Teams are 3-15 when their QB passes 40+ times in a game.

Teams are 19-7 when they have a feature back run 20+ times in a game.



Primetime's power ranking quotes where he says "they lost but (enter name) threw for 400 yards! don't count them out!" made me look into these.


Also...

Austin Collie and Brandon Lloyd are #1 and #2 in the league in receiving yards.


most of those stats are misleading tho. its like a lot of idiot local fans always call in when i'm listeniing to Ravens radio talking like "if we run the ball we win, if we throw we lose".

the reality is you're throwing when your down, youre running the clock down when you're up. so simple minded people put it into simple terms, when there is a lot more to it than that. local sports radio and the amount of shallow retard know it alls into football spouting this shit drives me crazy, but its always been this way with football and the amount of idiots into it.

i can't stand call in's on sports radio. people in general are so f'in dumb with how they observe shit. they go as far as talking about what Flacco ate before the game, and just some really retard blame game. then again i shuldn't be surprised given how politics is the same story. really sad.
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Old 09-28-2010, 09:42 AM   #3
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Brandon Lloyd..on my fantasty team!

I got to use him as trade bait though, I have a black hole at RB lol..
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Old 09-28-2010, 12:07 PM   #4
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Teams are 3-10 this season when their QB passes for 340+ yards.

Teams are 3-15 when their QB passes 40+ times in a game.

Teams are 19-7 when they have a feature back run 20+ times in a game.

This shows that too many teams are becoming pass happy and abandoning the run. Having a balanced attack is the most effective tool and always has been because you keep the defense on edge. Nowadays, you'll see a team have a drive that consists of 9 passes/2 runs and they still don't score because the defense has them figured out by the time they get to the other side of the field. That's why the Cowboys lost those first two games. Live by the pass, die by the pass.
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This shows that too many teams are becoming pass happy and abandoning the run. Having a balanced attack is the most effective tool and always has been because you keep the defense on edge. Nowadays, you'll see a team have a drive that consists of 9 passes/2 runs and they still don't score because the defense has them figured out by the time they get to the other side of the field. That's why the Cowboys lost those first two games. Live by the pass, die by the pass.


depends on the QB. Colts win airing it out every year, and have the lowest amount of rushing plays iin the league. Saints air it out way more than run it. they're both the top 2 teams in the NFL.

Cowboys can blame Romo for his bad throws more than not running the ball enough.

I think its retarded how teams go nowhere running it and keep trying to run it. a great D can ALWAYS stop the run but anyone can be passed on.

anyways not saying teams shouldn't ever run it, but the only reason teams should be so worried about throwing it is because their QB sucks. not because it isn't a good means to score/win.

to me the dumbest old school mentality is running wins football games, when most conservative run oriented teams either had once in a decade dominating offensive lines or once in a decade defenses. the offenses job is to score period. drives me crazy watching offenses that are scared to score because they're too scared to make mistakes/to's.
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Old 09-28-2010, 04:17 PM   #6
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Default Re: Posterize's "Stats to Think About" of the Week

Orton had a monster game throwing the ball this week but didn't complete shit once he got in the redzone. Denver was like 0-5 in there including a pass he tossed in the dirt on 4th down. So his 400+ yards were good but easily explained why the team would lose.
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this has been a VERY strange start to the year as far as player and team stats go...


1. Matt Schaub HOU 4770
2. Peyton Manning IND 4500
3. Tony Romo DAL 4483
4. Aaron Rodgers GB 4434
5. Tom Brady NE 4398


^^^ that is last year's top passers

1. Texans 9-7
2. Colts 14-2 (mybe could have gone undeafeted)
3. Cowboys 11-5
4. Packers 11-5
5. Patriots 10-6


this year will finish the same way, the top passing teams will be winners...

it has just been a strange start for some reason...Romo passing for 400 yards and somehow losing isn't normal...
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Because Tony Romo sucks and nobody gives a fuck what you think about him.
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Because Tony Romo sucks and nobody gives a fuck what you think about him.
what is because Romo sucks?
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Because a QB throwing for 400+ yards and losing has probably happened hundreds of times.
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These are my favorite stats to look: The Red Zone

This is where you can find the Redskins struggles...

McNabb 3 for 12, 0 TD', 39.6 QB rating in the red zone this year
Phillip Rivers 8 for 25, 5 TD's, 2 INT for a 47.5 QB rating
Favre 2 for 6, 0 TD's, 2 INT's, 2.8 QB rating


did I just write that Favre has a 2.8 QB rating in the red zone?
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These are my favorite stats to look: The Red Zone

This is where you can find the Redskins struggles...

McNabb 3 for 12, 0 TD', 39.6 QB rating in the red zone this year
Phillip Rivers 8 for 25, 5 TD's, 2 INT for a 47.5 QB rating
Favre 2 for 6, 0 TD's, 2 INT's, 2.8 QB rating


did I just write that Favre has a 2.8 QB rating in the red zone?

That Favre stat is amazing
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those won't last all year long for any of those 3...all will get better in the red...

infact it might be mathmatically impossible for that not to get better for Favre...
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How about this statistic...

Cleveland's Peyton Hillis rushed for 144 yards and a touchdown on just 22 carries against Baltimore this past Sunday.

It is the most rushing yards the Ravens had given up to an individual since 2005.

Who would have thunk it?
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How about this statistic...

Cleveland's Peyton Hillis rushed for 144 yards and a touchdown on just 22 carries against Baltimore this past Sunday.

It is the most rushing yards the Ravens had given up to an individual since 2005.

Who would have thunk it?

That is indeed quite the statistic. Never would have expected Hillis to be one to run over the Ravens
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