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#145 CatMan72

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Posted 19 November 2011 - 08:10 PM

It's the truth.. why do you think the Broncos D looks so much better? it's the slow pace and The Golden Calf of Bristol's impact on the run game..

The Golden Calf of Bristol doesn't even have good runners.. if he had Cam's runners. good lord... or his receivers... and line..


So now our poor defensive play is Cam's fault? LOL

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Posted 19 November 2011 - 08:11 PM

Green Bay (9-0), New Orleans (7-3), Chicago (6-3), Atlanta (5-4) and Tennessee (5-4) are horrible teams?

Really?


Defenses! Teams who could care less how many yards the opposing team gets because they can put up more points.

Yards allowed per game. aka. "total defense":

19 New Orleans 361.4
20 Carolina Panthers 361.4
23 Minnesota Vikings 366.7
25 Chicago Bears 376.3
27 Arizona Cardinals 378.6
28 Green Bay Packers 384.8

Still amazes me how many people that sit around and talk football all day can't figure this one out. The Panthers aren't the only ones putting up a lot of passing yards on some of these teams. The Panthers are just the only ones with Steve Smith.

Yards allowed also says nothing about a team's defense ability to stop the other team from scoring points. Which is what matters. And most people still haven't figured out that throughout the course of a season the offense has more to say about how many points their defense gets put on them than their own defense does.

When two high octane passing teams meet there will be LOTS of passing yards on both sides. And lots of points too if they are both efficient. When a passing team meets a running team with a defense built to stop other teams from getting any kind of yards and runs the ball to stop the clock like:


#5 Jacksonville Jaguars: 296.4 yards.


We don't get a lot of yards either. A lot of the relationships between football and stats are counter-intuitive and you have to break down each side to figure out where the problem is. It requires more than 2+2 straight logic to figure out. And you can't just loo at one stat ranking and say this defense is "this". Or it's good at "this". It's usually wrong and a big mistake.

Some teams are just better at stopping the pass and also run the clock out a lot which simply keeps the yardage and score down for both teams:

Total pass defense:
5 Jacksonville Jaguars 189.3
9 Washington Redskins 216.7
15 Tennessee Titans 224.2

Best 3 "pass defense" teams we faced all year as of right now.

And the funny part is, these "pass defenses" are not even half responsible for stopping the pass.

This particular stat ranking is only about 25% responsible for the lack of yards the other teams get against them.
They get to decide about 25% of that number. The other team gets to decide about 25% of that number.
And the clock itself as well as the play calling decides 50% of that number.

And what accounts for lots of passing yards just as much as a team completing a pass, is the play calling, clock, and "incompletions". Yeah...not just completions, but incompletions as well.

Because when you're playbook is 80% pass, and you throw one incompletion you stop the clock when you go into your huddle for the next play. This lengthens the time of the game and often times more than doubles it. This means you're going to have lots of yards if you can just complete more than 50% of your passes. So do penalties. So when you have an inefficient offense that passes a lot, has a lot of incompletions as well as long bombs to one of the best receivers in the league, as well as penalties that stop the clock a lot...you're going to end up with lots and lots of yards...but also few points to show for it. But we're about to face yet another team with a pretty good defense, who is decent at stopping the pass:

#4 Lions 184.0 yards. "Best" pass defense we played all year. And that has so much more to do with the schedule and the teams they have faced. One of the easiest schedules in the league.

The Titans aren't doing something amazing you know. We're just one of the worst and most inefficient offenses in the league:25th! So when an all around balanced team(run + pass, offense and defense), like the Titans, faces us we get our ass whooped. Same for Atlanta. And it's ugly a lot of times.

Because to be a good team that mainly relies on the pass you have to be very efficient at it. And these teams: Green Bay (9-0), New Orleans (7-3), are winning because they have very efficient passing offenses: #1, #3. Don't matter how many yards they allow because their teams are good at getting points, which is what matters. Chicago just has an overall very efficient offense: run + pass: #8. Again, good at getting points. Defense wise...one of the "worst" in the league if you just look at the "yards" rankings that is.

You wanna win? You need an efficient offense. You want a good defense at stopping points? Get an efficient offense. You want a winning record? Get an efficient offense.

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Posted 19 November 2011 - 08:15 PM

you're giving The Golden Calf of Bristol too much credit and newton not enough...esp. from what he has done this season.

you must be a UF fan. i wouldn't expect you to have much of an open mind regarding either. The Golden Calf of Bristol is your boy so...


I am not a UF fan at all.. I just watched The Golden Calf of Bristol's entire college career. I saw a special on The Golden Calf of Bristol in his high school year and was eally impressed by him. You could see all his ability and intangibles..

I made mental note to follow his career because I thought he was legit.. and sure enough he was a freak of nature. I followed Cam while at Auburn that full year to see how he would do and it made me sick how that school and Cam were trying to fake having their own The Golden Calf of Bristol.. it was truly bizarre.

Here Cam is mimicking all The Golden Calf of Bristol's mannerisms.. it's difficult to explain but they literally regurgitated things The Golden Calf of Bristol dd and said.. the Auburn media as well.. I've never seen anything like it..

I saw how incredibly talented cam's team at auburn was and how he was being carried too.. complete opposite of The Golden Calf of Bristol at Florida..

I knew how good that Auburn team was because I saw them play Alabama better the year before Cam got there than Florida did that year when The Golden Calf of Bristol was still at Florida..

Another thing people forget is that the NFL forced The Golden Calf of Bristol to change his throwing motion and Joe Montana and many others said this wasn't necessary and that they never should have done it.

This is another reason The Golden Calf of Bristol has struggled passing the ball. And even thenhe has still outperformed cam.. Cam spent his time in college on the bench and in junior college changing his motion..

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Posted 19 November 2011 - 08:16 PM

That is BECAUSE of The Golden Calf of Bristol.. before The Golden Calf of Bristol became the starter they were one of the wost run teams..



They had a 100 yard rusher in every game Orton started but vs Oakland and Tennessee... It helps when you go from just under 24 carries per game (first five games) to just under 38 (last 5 games)...

Because Orton is a dink and dunker like Cam.. this kills your run game. cam;s best throws are his short passes.


...no they aren't. what the fug, you have no clue dude, Cam's best throws are his deep balls. Do you watch our games? No, obviously :) You also seem to think our run game has been "killed," which is funny since our backs are averaging the same YPA as Denver's, the difference is that due to less attempts, our run game has less yards. our run game is not hurting because of "dink and dunk" offense, it's hurting because we aren't using it at all.

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Posted 19 November 2011 - 08:17 PM

Decleater = TRD.

You brought up a good point, this board should make you use a "real" email address to register, not a free email account... that would make bans much more effective.


Uhm, no. TRD is TRD, and TRD has already said he thinks Cam is better than The Golden Calf of Bristol.

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Posted 19 November 2011 - 08:17 PM

Cam was being carried by Auburn :lol:

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Posted 19 November 2011 - 08:19 PM

So now our poor defensive play is Cam's fault? LOL


No.. the D looks better than when Orton was starting.. and he is supposed to be a good passer.

It was because Orton's style of passing hurt the run game so much..

No run game and inefficient pass game and it hurts our D.

Everything Fox does is about protecting his D.. Even at the expense of his own offense.. it's by design really.

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Posted 19 November 2011 - 08:19 PM

yeah...not buying it. you made up your mind early and it's effecting your hole outlook and perception.

your only purpose here is to talk about how cam is a farce and The Golden Calf of Bristol is the real deal.

in other words you offer nothing of value.

I am not a UF fan at all.. I just watched The Golden Calf of Bristol's entire college career. I saw a special on The Golden Calf of Bristol in his high school year and was eally impressed by him. You could see all his ability and intangibles..

I made mental note to follow his career because I thought he was legit.. and sure enough he was a freak of nature. I followed Cam while at Auburn that full year to see how he would do and it made me sick how that school and Cam were trying to fake having their own The Golden Calf of Bristol.. it was truly bizarre.

Here Cam is mimicking all The Golden Calf of Bristol's mannerisms.. it's difficult to explain but they literally regurgitated things The Golden Calf of Bristol dd and said.. the Auburn media as well.. I've never seen anything like it..


I saw how incredibly talented cam's team at auburn was and how he was being carried too.. complete opposite of The Golden Calf of Bristol at Florida..

I knew how good that Auburn team was because I saw them play Alabama better the year before Cam got there than Florida did that year when The Golden Calf of Bristol was still at Florida..

Another thing people forget is that the NFL forced The Golden Calf of Bristol to change his throwing motion and Joe Montana and many others said this wasn't necessary and that they never should have done it.

This is another reason The Golden Calf of Bristol has struggled passing the ball. And even thenhe has still outperformed cam.. Cam spent his time in college on the bench and in junior college changing his motion..



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Posted 19 November 2011 - 08:22 PM

No.. the D looks better than when Orton was starting.. and he is supposed to be a good passer.

It was because Orton's style of passing hurt the run game so much..

No run game and inefficient pass game and it hurts our D.

Everything Fox does is about protecting his D.. Even at the expense of his own offense.. it's by design really.


please tell us more about how Fox coaches.

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Posted 19 November 2011 - 08:23 PM

The Golden Calf of Bristol has beat the Dolphins, Jets and Chiefs... all 3 of whom are struggling badly on offense. The Jets were struggling so badly that the only TD they scored came from an o-lineman falling on a fumble in the end zone. The teams have all failed to score points against the Broncos and allowed them to hang around long enough for The Golden Calf of Bristol to stage a game winning drive. I give credit to him for pulling it off, but in reality if the Broncos are playing a good team that's capable of scoring on a consistent basis, they would be so buried by the 4th quarter that The Golden Calf of Bristol's heroics wouldn't matter.

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Posted 19 November 2011 - 08:25 PM

They had a 100 yard rusher in every game Orton started but vs Oakland and Tennessee... It helps when you go from just under 24 carries per game (first five games) to just under 38 (last 5 games)...


So why didn't they just run the ball more when Orton was QB?


...no they aren't. what the fug, you have no clue dude, Cam's best throws are his deep balls. Do you watch our games? No, obviously :)


I do.. Steve smith is WIDE OPEN.. and his line is protecting him like a glass statue.. ANYONE could hit those under those circumstances.. This is an example of Cam being carried by his offense but not being able to put teams away.

You also seem to think our run game has been "killed," which is funny since our backs are averaging the same YPA as Denver's, the difference is that due to less attempts, our run game has less yards. our run game is not hurting because of "dink and dunk" offense, it's hurting because we aren't using it at all.


But why aren't you using it?

If the Panthers D is so bad then why did they even draft a QB?

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Posted 19 November 2011 - 08:27 PM

So why didn't they just run the ball more when Orton was QB?




I do.. Steve smith is WIDE OPEN.. and his line is protecting him like a glass statue.. ANYONE could hit those under those circumstances.. This is an example of Cam being carried by his offense but not being able to put teams away.



But why aren't you using it?

If the Panthers D is so bad then why did they even draft a QB?


You just proved you haven't been watching our games.

Oh and you mean anyone but The Golden Calf of Bristol who has consistently sailed balls over the head of receivers who were WIDE OPEN.

You don't really want to compare The Golden Calf of Bristol and Cam as passers, do you?