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    • The Buddy Hobbs

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      Thought it would be a good idea to put the stats graphs in one topic.

    • Anonymous

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      Minimum of 20 attempts –khDdgKI.png

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      Minimum of 20 attempts –Nxn9gfW.png

    • Anonymous

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      Defensive trends: (2011 season is baseline)

      . 2011 2012 2013
      Sacks 22 27 35
      QB Hits 51 58 82
      TFL 82 105 87
      INTs 14 18 21
      PDEFs 58 83 73

    • Anonymous

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      Mike Glennon in wins – Completion percentage: 60%Passing yards: 707TD/INT ratio: 7/3Sacked: 9Sacked percentage: 10%YPA: 7.9QBR: 96.9Mike Glennon in losses -Completion percentage: 59.2%Passing yards: 1,901TD/INT ratio: 12/6Sacked: 31Sacked percentage: 9.5%YPA: 5.8QBR: 80.3

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    • Anonymous

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      So glennon is about as bad as this offense was as a whole last season.Let's start him.

    • Anonymous

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      • Denver has won 62.5% of it's games by 10 points or more ranked 1st in NFL. Seattle ranks 3rd at 50.0%. Denver: 10 Seattle: 8
      • Seattle is 1st in the NFL in scoring efficiency at 1.81 Denver is tied with Carolina at 1.52 Ranked 2nd in the NFL.
      • Denver is 1st in the NFL in PPG Differential with 13.0 Seattle ranks 2nd with 11.7 They are the only two teams in double digits.

      Scoring Efficiency Ratio - compares the number of points a team scores to the number of points the team gives up to give you an indication to how well they are at producing points compares to giving up points.Point per game differential - is a useful statistic, and advanced versions of PPG that take into account strength of an opponent makes up the "Point Differential Betting System". The differential gives a good indication of how teams perform offensively and defensively throughout the season, and generally speaking teams with a higher differential tend to beat teams with a lower differential. The larger the gap between PPG differential, the more confidence.

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    • Anonymous

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      Since 2007 –Top 5 TD/INT ratio in 4th quarter (Minimum of 100 attempts) - Tony Romo 62/22Peyton Manning 51/15Tom Brady 51/17Aaron Rodgers 46/16Philip Rivers 51/33Top 5 TD/INT ratio with 5 minutes remaining (Minimum of 100 attempts)  -    Peyton Manning 19/7Tom Brady 17/7Rodgers 15/5Tony Romo 21/12Ben Roethlisberger 21/12Top 5 QBR in 4th quarter (Minimum of 100 attempts) -Aaron Rodgers 103.7Tony Romo 103.2Peyton Manning 101.9Tom Brady 97.6Shaun Hill 93.0Top 5 QBR with 5 minutes remaining (Minimum of 100 attempts) -Aaron Rodgers 102.5Peyton Manning 99.1Tony Romo 92.3Andrew Luck 90.0Matt Cassel 89.4

    • Anonymous

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      So, cassel is better in the fourth than glennon?...doesn't seem possible.

    • Anonymous

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      So, cassel is better in the fourth than glennon?...doesn't seem possible.

      What happened to you? You went back to taking shots at Glennon every chance possible.

    • Anonymous

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      So, cassel is better in the fourth than glennon?...doesn't seem possible.

      What happened to you? You went back to taking shots at Glennon every chance possible.

      Well, I was never onboard with starting glennon, and I really don't believe lovie would risk it.It's just annoying how an average qb gets propped up by buc fans(of all people) nitpicking stats all the time to create this illusion that glennon is more than he is.I mean, really...four wins and a boatload of excuses is enough to buy another year starting? That's NOT acceptable in my book. Not when there are other possible options. If we were to be "locked in" fine, but we're not in that type of situation. People have convinced themselves glennon is the best option going into this season, and that's not remotely correct. He's "ok", but we can go back to "ok" if "possible probowler" doesn't pan out. It's redundant to not even try, and I believe they understand that. We need to reach for greatness and glennon isn't great. Sorry, I really wish he was, but he's not.

    • Anonymous

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      This thread should be named "Here are some statistics that discredit Mike Glennon" I don't think there is a single person on this board that doesn't know that Mike Glennon struggled in the second half of games. I would like to see how the Top 10-15 QBs in the league today did in the second half of games and/or the 4th quarter their rookie year. That would be interesting to see. This would allow us to properly weight the significance of Glennon's struggles.

    • Anonymous

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      I would like to see how the Top 10-15 QBs in the league today did in the second half of games and/or the 4th quarter their rookie year.

      I'd like to see a stat for "Top 5 QBs when coached by Greg Schiano with only one legit NFL WR and a crappy offensive line"

    • Anonymous

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      This thread should be named "Here are some statistics that discredit Mike Glennon" I don't think there is a single person on this board that doesn't know that Mike Glennon struggled in the second half of games. I would like to see how the Top 10-15 QBs in the league today did in the second half of games and/or the 4th quarter their rookie year. That would be interesting to see. This would allow us to properly weight the significance of Glennon's struggles.

      You do know I am one of his biggest supporters right? lol

    • Anonymous

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      Mike Glennon vs. rookies/1st year in league from 1998-2013 with at least 10 games started –QBR: Glennon ranked 6thQ7gUhNm.pngYPG: Glennon ranked 13thRy61HxI.pngCompletion%: Glennon ranked 10thDRWsVMe.pngTouchdowns: Glennon ranked 7thf06wVQ1.pngiHEhqxL.png

    • Anonymous

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      Wow, Roethlisberger 13-0 record as a rook.  Impressive, regardless of the circumstances.

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    • Anonymous

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      3rd down stats –lAE5Hpb.pngDirect link: http://i.imgur.com/lAE5Hpb.pngDownload Excel file here: https://www.mediafire.com/?2zumducvd5kb6rd

    • Anonymous

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      I would like to see how the Top 10-15 QBs in the league today did in the second half of games and/or the 4th quarter their rookie year.

      I'd like to see a stat for "Top 5 QBs when coached by Greg Schiano with only one legit NFL WR and a crappy offensive line"

      LOL , me too.

    • Anonymous

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      I would like to see how the Top 10-15 QBs in the league today did in the second half of games and/or the 4th quarter their rookie year.

      I'd like to see a stat for "Top 5 QBs when coached by Greg Schiano with only one legit NFL WR and a crappy offensive line"

      LOL , me too.

      The average QB rating would be -157.5

    • Anonymous

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      Most passes attempted on 3rd and 10+http://i.imgur.com/tO1JcjE.pngtO1JcjE.pngRatings of the QB's who attempted a minimum of 40 on 3rd and 10+http://i.imgur.com/gUjtuvB.pnggUjtuvB.png

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