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RelaxImaPro    5,384

5th?

 


Through Week 6 of the 2013 Regular Season

About our Quality Stats Power Rankings (below). This indicator ranks each team from No. 1 to 32 based upon average ranking across the board in each of our Quality Stats.

It's proven very adept at picking out NFL champs: New Orleans was No. 1 across the board in 2009 and won the Super Bowl; Indianapolis was No. 3 across the board in 2009, the highest-ranked AFC team, and won the AFC title. Green Bay was No. 1 across the board in 2010 and won the Super Bowl; Pittsburgh was No. 2 across the board and won the AFC title. The Texans were No. 1 across the board in 2011 before catastrophic injuries at quarterback derailed the team's likely Super Bowl run.

 

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This is seriously depressing.  It seems like we're a consensus top 5 team in the league or some poo going by all these sites.

 

More here: http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com/stats/

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Happy Panther    3,961

5th?

 

Yep. See my other thread with the DVOA rankings. All of these data intensive models have as as a top 10/top 5 team.

 

I've never seen this phenomena and it will be intriguing how it plays out. As a stats guy I'm loving it.

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Chaos    8,170

Too bad these stats don't determine the NFL playoff participants.  Just win baby.

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rayzor    10,286

Doesnt it suck to get respect?

it does suck that there's not the corresponding wins, but knowing that this is a talented team and doing a lot of things right gives me hope. it's just a matter of time before the wins start falling into place, imo.

 

still thinking that the thing that has been holding us back the most is the coaching, but with rivera and shula doing what they did against the vikes and giants and seeing their failings against the cards and comparing it all with the first couple weeks...i think they may be turning the corner. maybe they already have.

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Our records says we suck and are on the outside looking in.

"Stats are for losers." -Bill Belichick

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frash.exe    10,817

Hey this means we're just a coaching staff away from success if Ron keeps figuring out how to blow games

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csx    6,959

Hey this means we're just a coaching staff away from success if Ron keeps figuring out how to blow games

Offensively...but that coaching staff coaches the defense too.

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Razeyfingers    1,005

how do you determine which of those stats up there are more important when the game is on the line? Yeah thats the stat we suck at. Maybe we can search through all those numbers and explain that. lol, stats, love them stats haha

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CRA    12,160

Hey this means we're just a coaching staff away from success if Ron keeps figuring out how to blow games

Ron isn't a bad coach. He is a young coach still working on some situational stuff....but the guy is good.

On field talent IMO hasn't been good enough for him any year he has been here

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ecu88    6,963

Quantity does not always translate quality. Too many other various factors are excluded. Nothing more than a case probability vs class probability problem with stats when translating to wins and loses.

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