Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by dbldwn711, May 18, 2018.
i voted. i dont have time to discuss
Neither team has a quarterback. Tough to tell.
Who gets to play the Jets, Bills and Dolphins more?
That's the answer
If you took the Browns roster and put any other jerseys on them, you'd say it's a 7-win team or so.
So the Giants???
If you took the Browns roster and put them in Giants jerseys, they'd be looked at as a playoff team. If you took the Giants and put them in Browns jerseys, they're looking at the #1 pick in 2019.
Maybe this will be the year all you dumbfucks learn that the RB is back and you were too dumb to realize it for years.
Also getting rid of a disastrous head coach has a great positive effect on a team.
Gonna be yet another year where the Pats are dead last in pass/run ratio when adjusted for gameflow. Hoody is some kind of dumbfuck.
You have to be unbelievably illiterate or ignorant to recent research to think the running game is making a comeback. Passing two thirds of the time is the norm when it matters. Pass to score, run to close.
Seriously? Because all 4 teams that played in the conference titles games were in the top 10 in the NFL in rushing.
Yeah seriously. Passing the ball is far more valuable than running the ball as it relates to scoring. There's a reason Reid and Hoody consistently are near the very bottom of pass/run ratio traditionally. At the NFL level it's true anyway. I'd doubt it for college.
It's working out for Hoody.....
Yet, the best teams in the league all ran the ball effectively. Philly won the SB and wasn't even top 10 in passing.
I vote Cleveland. NY is a hot mess and the front office didn't help the situation. Poor draft, poor coaching hire and busted self esteem
Never said the running game is worthless or isn't worth having. Having a good running game can finesse several problems. Some of the better Romo teams and the 2016 Cowboys are a good example of this. Last year's Chiefs are another one. As far as brute scoring goes, it's better to pass the ball than running by a solid margin. Running the ball, for the most part, is more akin to bringing in a closer the way the clock works in the NFL. The Eagles passed almost 70% of the time in the first half against the Vikings in the NFCCG while the game had any kind of doubt to it.
The passing rules have broken the value of running the ball for the most part if you were to ask me.
SB Champs led the world in Rushing
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