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  • Rascal wilson just doesnt look like a elite qb when he has to carry the team like other qbs
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    when do native Americans become human and not mascots

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    • Atleast we wont hear from these loud mouths for awhile....Wilson better then Luck? Lol Funny little Seahag fans
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      • They'll probably try to come by and do some statistical gymnastics to explain how a sub 50 QB rating and 50% completions is a good thing
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        • Most overrated QB in the league.

          Defense doesn't carry him and they lose, shocker.

          Sad thing if not for the turnovers by Dallas, this is a butt whipping.

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          • Originally posted by Rigelian View Post
            The Seahawks have the best defense against the run in the NFL. I'm not all that worried about the Cowboys run offense which has been gained against some rather weak run defenses.
            You still not worried Rigelian?
            Cowboys 162 yards rushing
            Demarco Murray 115 yards and a td. Good knowledge!
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            • Originally posted by ERoyal248 View Post
              Most overrated QB in the league.

              Defense doesn't carry him and they lose, shocker.

              Sad thing if not for the turnovers by Dallas, this is a butt whipping.
              Look man, I already admitted I was wrong about the Cowboys needing to protect the football to beat Seattle! Haha. It's fun watching them lose, just because of how obnoxious their fans are. Now it'll be fun to see the Chargers fans talk about how dominant they are after the 3 point win over the Raiduhs.

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              • Originally posted by kishzilla View Post
                They'll probably try to come by and do some statistical gymnastics to explain how a sub 50 QB rating and 50% completions is a good thing
                I'm sure there is a PFF article somewhere that will smooth it all over.
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                • Originally posted by kishzilla View Post
                  They'll probably try to come by and do some statistical gymnastics to explain how a sub 50 QB rating and 50% completions is a good thing
                  Yeah...those Sea-chicken fans are total DVOA hounds and live by statistics of www.footballoutsiders.com.
                  But, what is funny is that Denver is now number one as far as DVOA total! (And that doesn't even include their stinker game today)

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                  • Originally posted by Socnorb11 View Post
                    I'm guessing you paid good money for that retail.......... probably bought it from the Packers or Saints, who both won the SB without a solid rushing attack.
                    Saints had a good running game in 2009, it was ranked 6th. Green Bay didn't have a great one though, that is true but with a defense like they had you have a good chance of winning games without a very good offense. Pittsburgh won a SB with the 22nd ranked offense, the Bears I believe had the 30th ranked offense the year the Packers won the SB and they nearly made the Super Bowl.

                    The Packers defense played excellent in the playoffs, getting a defensive TD in 3 of 4 playoff games, and a game clinching pick in the other, also stopping a game winning drive in 3 of 4 games. They averaged giving up 17.25 points per game in the playoffs, and when you do that you have a great shot at the Super Bowl.

                    However, without a great defense, you would likely need a run game to win it all.

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                    • Originally posted by fallforward3y+ View Post
                      Saints had a good running game in 2009, it was ranked 6th. Green Bay didn't have a great one though, that is true but with a defense like they had you have a good chance of winning games without a very good offense. Pittsburgh won a SB with the 22nd ranked offense, the Bears I believe had the 30th ranked offense the year the Packers won the SB and they nearly made the Super Bowl.

                      The Packers defense played excellent in the playoffs, getting a defensive TD in 3 of 4 playoff games, and a game clinching pick in the other, also stopping a game winning drive in 3 of 4 games. They averaged giving up 17.25 points per game in the playoffs, and when you do that you have a great shot at the Super Bowl.

                      However, without a great defense, you would likely need a run game to win it all.
                      Statistically the best passing offense rarely wins, and when they have they had a more balanced offense and a much better D. If we won last year we would have had the worst D and running O to win. Which goes to show TEAMS WIN CHAMPIONSHIPS, and conservative play calling has many advantages.
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                      • Originally posted by Joshecalpoly View Post
                        Statistically the best passing offense rarely wins, and when they have they had a more balanced offense and a much better D. If we won last year we would have had the worst D and running O to win. Which goes to show TEAMS WIN CHAMPIONSHIPS, and conservative play calling has many advantages.
                        Indeed, the Saints won a SB after getting a good run game, they went 7-9 and 8-8 the 2 previous years when they didn't have a very good one despite their great passing attack.

                        There are many advantages to conservative play calling, such as down and distance and clock control. If you can hold a team to 6 or 7 possessions a game, every defensive stop you make becomes more significant, and can help you stay in games. The down and distance aspect also helps, as it helps your play calling not have to be as dictated by the down and distance, and help keep you from getting as many 3rd and longs.

                        At times, aiming for the more methodical but effective gain can be a better measure against good defenses, that make it difficult to beat them by relying on big plays. Clock control type plays can be a major problem for defenses at times.
                        Last edited by fallforward3y+; 10-15-2014, 03:36 PM.

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