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  • arapaho
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    Originally posted by baphamet View Post
    But looking at the stat sheet tells you all those things? Percentage of pressures per snap is more accurate than simply looking at the number of pressures.

    Win percentage also tells you how good they are at the line and takes into account the amount of pass rushing snaps you take.

    For example, if von is lining up at MLB that’s not going to be a pass rushing snap so it won’t be held against his win percentage.

    Seriously dude all this crap you say pff doesn’t account for, your stats you posted don’t either.

    But it’s a fact that every team pays for and uses this data. Its like having extra scouts Watching every single player in the NFL and grading them.

    But I don’t care, your guy is done for the year and only had 1 sack in 4 games.

    If that were Ingram you would be saying how mediocre that is and you know it.
    Win percentage lmao!!

    Ohh ya you stated Melvin was so great in his “win” percentage at the LOS
    Except after winning at the line of scrimmage
    He completely dropped off the list in sacks, hits, TFL,

    I’m more concerned with what he does to impact a game, than his first step beating the tackles first step, and then getting stonewalled

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  • jazzbodog
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    Originally posted by baphamet View Post
    Think again.



    That’s not hypothetical past tense like I was saying, that’s actual bandwagon losers mentality right there.

    I doubt very many of you can take much more of this, I’ve already seen some of you so called “die hard fans” tuck tail and run.

    It’s only been a few years of not competing and the bandwagon has gotten thin in Denver.

    You all tried to tell me losing in the Super Bowl is harder on a fan base than years of losing.

    Yeah right, that’s a straight up lie.
    What's wrong with you? Think about losing 4 super bowls in a row. I believe the first drive by the GB Packers in SB 32 was a TD and at our SB party we all looked at each other and thought..."Is this going to be 5 in a row?" Did we tuck tail and run? Hell no! There was 3 and 3/4 left in the game and the rest is history...not only did we come back and kick the crap out of the defending SB champions as a wild card team by first defeating the Jaguars at home, then defeating KC in KC, then defeating the Steelers in Pittsburgh, and then we slapped Bret Favre around and Elway and company pulled it off...BIG TIME! Holy you know what! (and many people were saying this might be the best SB in history) and then we returned in 1998 for SB 33 and blew the Falcons out of the stadium as back to back champs!

    You are totally wrong to state "losing in the Super Bowl is not as hard on a fan base than years of losing". A lie! Please spare us your lame drama!

    Losing 4 SB's in a row is horribly devastating and much harder to accept than 50 plus years of NOTHING! You're used to it and continue to accept it as one more year of, SNAFU!

    There is no thin "bandwagon" in Denver! The Sparkler fan base stinks, you know it and can't handle it. 2019....Sparkler failure...again...own it!
    Last edited by jazzbodog; 10-03-2019, 07:28 AM.

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  • jazzbodog
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    Originally posted by arapaho View Post
    I know you have losers mentality….I vividly recall it


    and no I believe he was crapping on your swayed fantasy stats
    Thank you arapaho. That's exactly what I was referring to but it went right over baphs head as always, like a low flying jet that severely burns his scalp and he can't figure out why he has nasty blisters on the top of his head and his smoke detector is going off due to overwhelming heavy smoke from burnt hair permeating his very small one bedroom apartment with horrible inadequate ventilation. Open your two windows baph! ..

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by arapaho View Post
    I know you have losers mentality….I vividly recall it


    and no I believe he was crapping on your swayed fantasy stats
    Think again.

    Originally posted by jazzbodog View Post

    So, I'd rather be out of the playoffs as a Dolt fan than know when we got there we would fail horribly and continue the 50 plus years of futility.
    That’s not hypothetical past tense like I was saying, that’s actual bandwagon losers mentality right there.

    I doubt very many of you can take much more of this, I’ve already seen some of you so called “die hard fans” tuck tail and run.

    It’s only been a few years of not competing and the bandwagon has gotten thin in Denver.

    You all tried to tell me losing in the Super Bowl is harder on a fan base than years of losing.

    Yeah right, that’s a straight up lie.

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by arapaho View Post
    come on bap...PFF is just stats, every team has their own analytical man by now

    again stats are stats...but pff does crap that means nothing...like I said ranking pass rushers by the percentage of pressure per snap...and then don't account for defensive schemes...like you harped on seeing von miller at MLB...well he aint rushing the passer there, we have seen von drop into coverage...defensive snap, could be a passing down, but hes not applying pressure he dropped into coverage...so those type of swayed stats mean nothing to me




    its like buying a 2 dollar lure, or the same lure but in a ten dollar package, you think your ten dollar lure is better


    ps this is where the league gets their stats http://www.esb.com/
    But looking at the stat sheet tells you all those things? Percentage of pressures per snap is more accurate than simply looking at the number of pressures.

    Win percentage also tells you how good they are at the line and takes into account the amount of pass rushing snaps you take.

    For example, if von is lining up at MLB that’s not going to be a pass rushing snap so it won’t be held against his win percentage.

    Seriously dude all this crap you say pff doesn’t account for, your stats you posted don’t either.

    But it’s a fact that every team pays for and uses this data. Its like having extra scouts Watching every single player in the NFL and grading them.

    But I don’t care, your guy is done for the year and only had 1 sack in 4 games.

    If that were Ingram you would be saying how mediocre that is and you know it.

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  • arapaho
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    Originally posted by baphamet View Post
    Arapaho thinks you have a losers mentality and you just crapped on 90% of the smack he runs
    I know you have losers mentality….I vividly recall it


    and no I believe he was crapping on your swayed fantasy stats

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  • arapaho
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    Originally posted by baphamet View Post
    What does stat watching account for but the scouts at pff don’t?

    Again, if pff is just “made up crap” why does every single NFL team pay for and use their data?

    Why not simply look up the stats like you do?

    come on bap...PFF is just stats, every team has their own analytical man by now

    again stats are stats...but pff does crap that means nothing...like I said ranking pass rushers by the percentage of pressure per snap...and then don't account for defensive schemes...like you harped on seeing von miller at MLB...well he aint rushing the passer there, we have seen von drop into coverage...defensive snap, could be a passing down, but hes not applying pressure he dropped into coverage...so those type of swayed stats mean nothing to me




    its like buying a 2 dollar lure, or the same lure but in a ten dollar package, you think your ten dollar lure is better


    ps this is where the league gets their stats http://www.esb.com/

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by jazzbodog View Post
    Statistics....once again, may I remind everyone of the great statement by Mark Twain....there are lies, there are damn lies, then there's STATISTICS!
    Arapaho thinks you have a losers mentality and you just crapped on 90% of the smack he runs

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by arapaho View Post
    sure they did....I watched the chargers games because I have sunday ticket...I enjoy watching them lose...and I don't see bosa doing any more than chubb did


    aand again...PFF is simply a compilation of stats...stats that don't account for a butt load of stuff...I proved my point above son

    but that is stats themselves...not any made up crap from pff

    game time stats...chubb beat them both...and that is a fact
    What does stat watching account for but the scouts at pff don’t?

    Again, if pff is just “made up crap” why does every single NFL team pay for and use their data?

    Why not simply look up the stats like you do?

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  • jazzbodog
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    Originally posted by arapaho View Post
    sure they did....I watched the chargers games because I have sunday ticket...I enjoy watching them lose...and I don't see bosa doing any more than chubb did


    aand again...PFF is simply a compilation of stats...stats that don't account for a butt load of stuff...I proved my point above son

    but that is stats themselves...not any made up crap from pff

    game time stats...chubb beat them both...and that is a fact
    Statistics....once again, may I remind everyone of the great statement by Mark Twain....there are lies, there are damn lies, then there's STATISTICS!

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  • arapaho
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    Originally posted by baphamet View Post
    you didn't look at all three of them though, did you? the pff scouts did lol

    tell me, when you are looking at the stat sheet to come to your conclusion about players you haven't watched much, how to you determine " the defenders responsibility in a play" or "a offense running up the gut on a team weak in the middle and avoiding the edge"?

    looking up those stats does not tell you how efficient he was getting those stats. or if he was doubled (or trippled in bosa's case last weekend), it doesn't take into account any of that stuff you criticized pff for.

    the real reason you criticize pff is because it contradicts your go to cherry picking stat watching bull crap smack you like to run frequently.

    sure they did....I watched the chargers games because I have sunday ticket...I enjoy watching them lose...and I don't see bosa doing any more than chubb did


    aand again...PFF is simply a compilation of stats...stats that don't account for a butt load of stuff...I proved my point above son

    but that is stats themselves...not any made up crap from pff

    game time stats...chubb beat them both...and that is a fact
    Last edited by arapaho; 10-01-2019, 04:55 PM.

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by arapaho View Post
    lmao ya lets not look at film, well just read a PFF grade

    you didn't look at all three of them though, did you? the pff scouts did lol

    tell me, when you are looking at the stat sheet to come to your conclusion about players you haven't watched much, how to you determine " the defenders responsibility in a play" or "a offense running up the gut on a team weak in the middle and avoiding the edge"?

    looking up those stats does not tell you how efficient he was getting those stats. or if he was doubled (or trippled in bosa's case last weekend), it doesn't take into account any of that stuff you criticized pff for.

    the real reason you criticize pff is because it contradicts your go to cherry picking stat watching bull crap smack you like to run frequently.

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  • arapaho
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    Originally posted by baphamet View Post
    every single NFL team pays for and uses their data, obviously they disagree.

    that said, simply looking up stat sheets and not actually watching and evaluating each players performance is better in your opinion? seriously?
    lmao ya lets not look at film, well just read a PFF grade

    and PFF is a stat sheet moron...a compilation of stats...again it doesn't account for a multitude of circumstances that can effect each play...much like your Melvin is a top ten pass rusher because PFF says hes top ten in pressures per snap

    disregarding he came in on pass rush downs only!!! disregarding the other players were all 3 down players who might play rush defense one play, drop into coverage the next...and so their pressures per def snap might not be as good as someone who just came in to rush the passer



    Last edited by arapaho; 10-01-2019, 04:19 PM.

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  • arapaho
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    Originally posted by Sam_Z View Post
    You’re countering that argument now, two days later anyway I said “undersized interior linemen” meaning Dre’monte Jones and DeMarcus Walker not the nose tackle.
    really?...then why did you just post it this morning at 9:23 am....and I responded 23 minutes later at 9:46 am

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  • Sam_Z
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    Originally posted by arapaho View Post
    too many times we see them playing contain the qb instead of attack the qb, shelby is a huge disappointment coming off his last season and how he looked unblockable in preseason...he was supposed to provide that crush to the pocket that allows the edge to get there...he hasn't recorded a single QB hit or TFL

    Purcell is SH backup NT...he hasn't been active but one game!!! 17 snaps...seeing that SH has played 59 % of the defensive snaps on the year, and his back up has only played week one....what undersized DE does Fangio have playing NT?
    You’re countering that argument now, two days later anyway I said “undersized interior linemen” meaning Dre’monte Jones and DeMarcus Walker not the nose tackle.

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