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Predicting the Statistics for the 2012-13 Season

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I think Cam's range for rushing tds is 5-8. 3 seems a bit low to me. Likewise, I think Tolbert is not here just for goal line duties. He will be involved in the passing game too. I think you have his rushing tds a bit high. I'd say more like 3 or 4. Also, you have us at 10+ INTS...i don't think that's realistic. I don't think we will have as many sacks as you predict.

In all, the defensive numbers seem a bit inflated. I'd say the offensive numbers are reasonable in most cases.

Hopefully, this offense won't have to score 30 points a game in order to win.

Looks very much like you think Cam will stay in the pocket more this season (that may be another result of Tolbert in there picking up blitzes...). That would be a sign of an efficient offense, but what I really want to see are the great escapes that go for like 40-50 yards ( like that one run vs Redskins).

As long as we win...I don't care if its a 9-6 field goal fest. But that's not how our games are going to go!

I had Cam's rushing TD lower because he won't be as involved in goal-line situations, where he got most of his rushing TD's last year. Tolbert will instead handle those situations, therefor racking up on TD's. I don't have us at many more sacks than last year and we added frank alexander, beason, and I think Hardy will have a breakout year. Thanks for your opinion.

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Yeah, that's probably true. Usually I wouldn't, but i just had knee surgery so i'm layed up for a while.

I hope it goes well. Had ACL reconstruction when younger and it was surely no fun.................

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I hope it goes well. Had ACL reconstruction when younger and it was surely no fun.................

Thanks man, it seems to be doing pretty good, just takes time. I had a meniscus tear so kind of similar.

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Anyone who has time to spend hours making up stats for every player in a largely meaningless effort where no money is at stake, needs a job, hobby or therapy for OCD.

Just sayin............................

I appreciate his efforts, dude should start a blog or something

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Thanks man, it seems to be doing pretty good, just takes time. I had a meniscus tear so kind of similar.

Had a bucket handle tear of the meniscus as well. They just removed the damaged part and said I might have arthritis later. Truth is though it has been almost 20 years and it really gives me no problem. You should be fine once it heals......

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Offense

Passing:

Cam Newton- 300/473(63.4%), 3991 yds(8.4YPA)29 TD, 12 INT

  • I think Cam has more yards, say 4400, over less throws for a higher YPA with about 30 TD, 10 INT

Derek Anderson- 23/38(60.5%), 349 yds(9.2YPA)2 TD, 2 INT

  • Derek Anderson won't throw a pass.

Clausen- LOL

Rushing:

Jonathon Stewart- 182 carries, 1028 yds(5.6AVG), 10 TD

DeAngelo Williams- 169 carries, 902 yds(5.3AVG), 5 TD

  • I think Stew and Williams both have about that many yards but over more carries both for about an 5.1 AVG.

Cam Newton- 68 carries, 415 yds(6.1AVG), 3 TD

Mike Tolbert- 63 carries, 238 yds(3.8AVG), 7 TD

  • I think Cam and Tolbert have more rush yards, say 700 and 400, respectively.

Josh Vaughn- 14 carries, 64yds(4.6AVG), 0 TD

(Mike Tolbert takes over Cam's goal-line situations)

Receiving:

Steve Smith- 66 rec, 1125 yds(17.0 YD/REC), 9 TD

  • You're receiving stats look good, but I'd add about 400 yards with Smith getting closer to 1300 and Tolbert having more receptions too.

Brandon LaFell- 64 rec, 1012 yds(15.8 YD/REC), 7 TD

Greg Olsen 48 rec, 610 yds(12.7 YD/REC), 5 TD

David Gettis- 39 rec, 540 yds(13.8 YD/REC), 4 TD

Jonathon Stewart- 33 rec, 305 yds(9.5 YD/REC), 1 TD

Gary Barnidge- 23 rec, 293 yds(12.7 YD/REC), 2 TD

Deangelo Williams- 21 rec, 155 yds(7.8 YD/REC), 1 TD

Mike Tolbert- 15 rec, 111 yds(7.4 YD/REC), 2 TD

Joe Adams- 10 rec, 145 yds(14.5 YD/REC), 0 TD

Kealoha Pilares- 4 rec, 44 yds(11.0 YD/REC), 0 TD

O-Line:

  • O-Line stats look good. I think MIke Pollak might see play time if Silatolu plays like a rookie.

Jordan Gross- 16/16

Amini Silatolu- 16/16

Ryan Kalil- 16/16

Geoff Hangartner- 16/16

Byron Bell- 14/16

Jeff Otah- 2/16

Defense

D-Line

Charles Johnson- 58 TCKL, 12.5 SCK

Greg Hardy- 45 TCKL, 7.5 SCK

Frank Alexander- 24 TCKL, 3 SCK

Antwan Applewhite- 20 TCKL, 2 SCK

Terrell McClain- 34 TCKL, 2 SCK

Ron Edwards- 29 TCKL, 0.5 SCK

Andre Neblett- 25 TCKL, 1.5 SCK

Frank Kearse- 18 TCKL, 0 SCK

Sione Fua- 8 TCKL, 0 SCK

Linebackers

  • Agree on D-Line and Secondary numbers, but I thinkThomas Davis has more tackles than Senn and at least 1 pick.

James Anderson- 164 TCKL, 1 SCK, 1 FF, 1 INT

Jon Beason- 152 TCKL, 3 SCK, 3 FF, 2 INT

Luke Kuechly- 128 TCKL, 2 SCK, 0 FF, 2 INT

Jordan Senn- 34 TCKL, 1 SCK, 1 FF, 0 INT

Thomas Davis- 27 TCKL, 0 SCK, 2 FF, 0 INT

Jason Williams- 18 TCKL, 0 SCK, 0 FF, 0 INT

Kenny Onatolu- 14 TCKL, 0 SCK, 0FF, 0 INT

  • Also, Kenny Onatolu will step up as our 5th LBer.

Secondary

Chris Gamble- 54 TCKL, 1 SCK, 5 INT

Josh Norman- 40 TCKL, 0 SCK, 3 INT

Captain Munnerlyn- 30 TCKL, 1 SCK, 0 INT

Brandon Hogan- 18 TCKL, 0 SCK, 1 INT

Darius Butler- 12 TCKL, 0 SCK, 0 INT

Charles Godfrey- 82 TCKL, 1 SCK, 3 INT

Hakuri Nakamura- 54 TCKL, 0 SCK, 2 INT

Sherrod Martin- 29 TCKL, 0 SCK, 1 INT

Reggie Smith- 18 TCKL, 0 SCK, 0 INT

Special Teams

Olindo Mare- 24/29(82.7%), 50 LNG

  • Agreed on special team stats, except I'd put down Medlock 18/22(82%), 52 Long

Brad Nortman- 64 punts, 44.2 AVG

(PR)Joe Adams- 33 returns, 7 FC, 12.5 YD/RET, 2 TD

(KR)Kealoha Pilares- 31 returns, 838 yds(27.0YD/RET), 1 TD

This took me 2 nights(about 3 hours) to complete, so the least you could do is be respectful. Just give me your opinion and you can even try it for yourself if you want. Thanks

Just my $0.02

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Anderson will not be our leading tackler with Beason Davis and Keuchly here.

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Only real gripe I have with this is that I don't believe for a second that James Anderson leads the team in tackles again assuming Keuchly, Beason or TD stay healthy.

Anderson is a terrific worker, a solid contributor and a well rounded player. He's a great player to have on your team, but he's no superstar and simply doesn't have the measurables to be one.

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i think this offense is going to be breaking records for several years.

i can actually see us breaking team rushing records this coming year for yardage and TDs (which would be hilarious in a time where they run game is supposed to have taken a huge back seat to the passing game) because of all the run power we have and a passing game to take the heat off of it.

i can also, in very short time, see this passing game becoming the most prolific one in history, largely because of the running game we have, the scheme/coaching, and of course, because of the QB.

i see multiple SBs coming our way as well.

i see this team becoming a dynasty...and don't throw that jinx word around. there's no such thing (just don't vote any panthers to be on the cover of madden to be on the safe side).

signed,

a proud and admitted homer for a team that is quite capable of reaching those hopes/expectations.

I think you are probably right. Our running game isn't like the general concept of what the NFL has established as a running game, it eats up massive chunks of yardage. We hardly ever just hand the ball off up the middle, we almost always use some sort of misdirection - something, anything to take a few defenders out of the play.

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Had a bucket handle tear of the meniscus as well. They just removed the damaged part and said I might have arthritis later. Truth is though it has been almost 20 years and it really gives me no problem. You should be fine once it heals......

Yeah, they told me they wanted to repair it so I wouldnt develop arthritis later. He said healing time to take it out was about a week, but to repair it is 6 weeks.

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I think Anderson will surprise a lot of people. Especially with everyone coming off injuries and a rookie aboard.

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Beason at 80% is still better than Anderson, Keuchly is no ordinary rookie either.

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