Posted 14 December 2008 - 03:18 PM
Who would have guessed that the second ranked offense in the league hasn't scored as many points on the season as the
There's this guy who says stats are for losers, maybe he's right. Bronco's high powered offense is still ranked second, behind the Saints- whom we already beat. Sure, they get a lot of yards and Cutler's stats are impressive- but strugging to stay alive in the once vaunted AFC West and scoring less than the Panthers is nothing to brag about.
Yards mean poo if you can't score points and the Panthers STILL have the 9the ranked scoring D in the league. And while I haven't looked and don't care to- I would venture a guess that we have faced tougher defenses this season. They were held in check by both the Chiefs and the Raiders.
I like Cutler a lot, but I'll take my Panthers offense any day.
Posted 14 December 2008 - 03:21 PM
Good call, I'm with you; I'd take a balanced offense over a pure passing attack any day of the week.
Posted 14 December 2008 - 03:27 PM
5. Car. 40 25 12 .925 .625
6. Mia. 36 22 10 .889 .611
7. Ariz. 58 35 14 .845 .603
8. Den. 45 27 12 .867 .600
Red zone offense. That's red zone trips, touchdowns, FGs, scoring % and TD %. We have consistently been one of the most effecient teams in the NFL in the red zone this season.
30. T.B. 50 18 24 .840 .360
Posted 14 December 2008 - 06:19 PM
Now were.... pure pass.
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