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: October 28, 2008, 07:12:40 AM

....for the most pass attempts with 304.  The other team is NOLA. That's an average of 38 att per game.  But while the Saints are #1 in passing yards per game (314ypg), Bucs are #14 (220ypg).


The Chiefs defense is last in the league in rushing D, allowing 197 yds per game and 14 TDs on the ground.  We better run the ball, early and often.. No more shotgun passes on 3rd and less than 4yds

KC is allowing over 400 total yds per game and just over 27 pts per game.  They are 2nd to last in scoring offense, averaging a mere 14 pts per game.

No excuses this Sunday



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#1 : October 28, 2008, 07:54:32 AM

The Chiefs' def will show us a look that we didn't see on tape. Translation: more excuses, more FGs.

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#2 : October 28, 2008, 08:29:36 AM

The Chiefs' def will show us a look that we didn't see on tape. Translation: more excuses, more FGs.

In fairness to Gruden, he had prepared all week to face a 9 man defense.  When Dallas came out with 11, that threw everything out the window.



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#3 : October 28, 2008, 09:00:46 AM

thats a ridiculous stat.   I am so tired of the 3 yard passes.    Graham better get 30 carries this week.   

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#4 : October 28, 2008, 09:15:36 AM

I love the glass half empty around here. This team is 5-3, playing KC before going into the bye. If they can get to 6-3 go into the bye and heal up the second half of the season is all for the taking.



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#5 : October 28, 2008, 10:24:20 AM

Bucs are 29th place in passing yards per attempt with 6 yards per attempt.   go figure.   teams like Cinnci and Detroit are behind us.   

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#6 : October 28, 2008, 10:34:35 AM

They also are number 1 in drives started on the other side of the 50 and are 21st in points scored. 

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#7 : October 28, 2008, 10:42:25 AM

The Bucs are also #1 in plays from scrimmage, and by quite a lot, 537 to New Orleans' 517.

FRG is the most logical poster on this board.  You guys just don\'t like where the logical conclusions take you.

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#8 : October 28, 2008, 10:47:51 AM

The Chiefs' def will show us a look that we didn't see on tape. Translation: more excuses, more FGs.

In fairness to Gruden, he had prepared all week to face a 9 man defense.  When Dallas came out with 11, that threw everything out the window.

Funny stuff.


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#9 : October 28, 2008, 10:48:58 AM

I love the glass half empty around here. This team is 5-3, playing KC before going into the bye. If they can get to 6-3 go into the bye and heal up the second half of the season is all for the taking.

Very true. But that other empty half really scares me though.

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#10 : October 28, 2008, 10:51:18 AM

They also are number 1 in drives started on the other side of the 50 and are 21st in points scored. 

That's what was so frustrating against Dallas. Great field position translated into nada.

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#11 : October 28, 2008, 11:06:26 AM

Ok, so what is making this offense so weak? Is it Gruden's playcalling? The lack of running plays called? Gruden's obsession with game planning for Galloway? Or is Garcia and Griese's decision making? Or is it our receivers? And what happened to our tight ends last Sunday? They didnt do squat.

I'm so tired of watching this offense. I feel like Shaun King and Tony Dungy are still here!!! Seriously - Bert Emmanuel is Clayton, Graham is Alstott and Ike Hilliard can play Jacques Green and Warrick Dunn can play Warrick Dunn!!! Ugh

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#12 : October 28, 2008, 11:20:06 AM

The Chiefs' def will show us a look that we didn't see on tape. Translation: more excuses, more FGs.

In fairness to Gruden, he had prepared all week to face a 9 man defense.  When Dallas came out with 11, that threw everything out the window.

Nice take!  lol

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#13 : October 28, 2008, 12:13:21 PM

another fun stat:

from today's trib:
Sunday's 172 yards marked the lowest output by the Cowboys during a winning effort in the history of a franchise that began play in 1960.

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#14 : October 28, 2008, 12:15:14 PM

another fun stat:

from today's trib:
Sunday's 172 yards marked the lowest output by the Cowboys during a winning effort in the history of a franchise that began play in 1960.


Just like the 05 playoff loss against the Redskins was the lowest game yardage output by a winning playoff team in NFL history

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