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Ranking the Panthers - Week 3

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I will be updating this thread as the season goes on so we can see how the team is trending on the important rankings. Yes, yes, I know the W-L is the most important stat you nincompoops.

 

This is for those interested in the trends of the Panthers offense and defense as compared to week 1...

 

Week 3

 

Offense

 

Yards per game - 24th  +4

Points per game - 17st +14

Total Plays - 13th +14

 

Defense

 

Yards per game - 10th +4

Points per game - 4th +1

3rd down % - 17th -5

 

 

To all of you saying stats are not important... take a look around at all the happy fans, then notice all the green in this post.

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How did we drop 5 spots in 3rd down %

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How did we drop 5 spots in 3rd down %

 

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How did we drop 5 spots in 3rd down %

 

yeah, not quite sure about that either.

 

Seahawks Third Down Efficiency 6/13 - 46%

Bills Third Down Efficiency 6/14 - 42%

Giants Third Down Efficiency 3/12 - 25%

 

seems like we've done nothing but get better there.

 

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I would assume that other teams in the NFL have just done better on third down than we have since week 1.  Especially with the scoring that happened in week 1, its possible almost everyone in the NFL had bad 3rd down %, and just by normal games happening the past 2 weeks, its starting to even itself out a bit.  Atleast, that is the only guess I can muster.

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Just after sixteenst

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why is it eleven and twelve instead of oneteen and twoteen?

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