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PntherPryd

Red Zone D stat from ESPN blog

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Wow, I knew they were great... but... wow.

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This is really an amazing stat that shouldn't be overlooked.  True definition of a bend and not break defense.   It feels good knowing there is always a chance of a stop, no matter where on the field.  

 

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25% of the time that teams get to our red zone, they come away with . . .zero points.

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Drilling down even further, I'd be curious to see how many times the opponent has had Goal-to-go and not gotten a TD... I bet that would be a pretty sick stat as well.   

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Told ya this D was going to be a history making D.

And the ride isn't even close to being over.

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Wait, the defense has only allowed opponents to reach the redzone an average of twice per game? Holy crap!

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That 1st and goal against the Rams showed me how DONINANT our defense can be.

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