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Cary Kollins

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#3218890 Cam booed courtside at Hawks game...

Posted by Cary Kollins on Yesterday, 10:45 AM

Good. I like it. I don't care of he's a hometown boy, he plays for a rival. Hope he gets booed everywhere he goes in the city, tbh.

 

 

and lol @ that one guy who said we'd trade Ryan for Cam, very funny. 

 

 

Yeah that is funny.  That trade would probably look more like Ryan + a 1st, 2nd, 2nd, and another 1st round pick + Author Blanks side pieces for Cam.




#3218887 Cam booed courtside at Hawks game...

Posted by Cary Kollins on Yesterday, 10:44 AM

I would be more concerned if Cam got a standing ovation.

 

Don't want him getting any ideas.




#3218863 Deflate-Gate: Patriots Possibly being Investigated For Deflated Footballs

Posted by Cary Kollins on Yesterday, 10:14 AM

Not sure if this has been posted yet, but pretty damning analysis that suggests that the Patriots may have been deflating footballs since 2007, the year they were caught for SpyGate.  Read this link, it's worth it.  http://www.sharpfoot...om/blog/?p=2932

 

 

Fumble-Chart-1.png

 

 

 

One can CLEARLY SEE the Patriots, visually, are off the chart. There is no other team even close to being near to their rate of 187 offensive plays (passes+rushes+sacks) per fumble. The league average is 105 plays/fumble. Most teams are within 21 plays of that number.

I spoke with a data scientist who I know from work on the NFLproject.com website, and sent him the data. He said:

Based on the assumption that fumbles per play follow a normal distribution, you’d expect to see, according to random fluctuation, the results that the Patriots have gotten over this period, once in 16,233.77 instances”.

Which in layman’s terms means that this result only being a coincidence, is like winning a raffle where you have a 0.0000616 probability to win. Which in other words, it’s very unlikely that it’s a coincidence.

I actually went back and researched 5 year periods for the entire NFL over the last 25 years. The Patriots ratio of 187 plays to 1 fumble is the BEST of ANY team in the NFL for ANY 5 year span of time over the last 25 years. Not was it just the best, it wasn’t close:

  1. 2010-2014 Patriots: 187 plays/fumble
  2. 2009-2013 Patriots: 156 plays/fumble
  3. 2006-2010 Colts: 156 plays/fumble
  4. 2005-2009 Colts: 153 plays/fumble
  5. 2007-2011 Patriots: 149 plays/fumble
  6. 2008-2012 Patriots: 148 plays/fumble
  7. 2010-2014 Texans: 140 plays/fumble
  8. 2004-2008 Colts: 139 plays/fumble
  9. 2006-2010 Jets: 135 plays/fumble
  10. 1999-2003 Chiefs: 134 plays/fumble

There are a few key takeaways. First and foremost, the 187 plays/fumble dwarfs even the rest of the best seasons the last 25 years. Second, the Patriots have been at the top of the NFL since 2007.

Ironically, as my study yesterday showed, the Patriots performance in wet weather home games mysteriously turned ridiculous starting in 2007. In 2006, they went 0-2. From 2007 onward, they went 14-1.

The next obvious question becomes, where were the Patriots in this statistic pre-2007? Take a look:

 

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#3218861 Are we a team of villains?

Posted by Cary Kollins on Yesterday, 10:11 AM

dear god people do not click that link




#3218631 Cam booed courtside at Hawks game...

Posted by Cary Kollins on 23 January 2015 - 09:43 PM

Like a boss


#3218304 News Flash - Proving Cowboy Fans are the Dumbest

Posted by Cary Kollins on 23 January 2015 - 04:10 PM

well he's a true cowboy i'll give him that

 

"Terry Hendrix, currently an inmate incarcerated at Fremont Correctional Facility"




#3218007 Hurney on Pats: Culture of Cheating

Posted by Cary Kollins on 23 January 2015 - 12:13 PM

Goodell destroyed all the evidence.

That right there tells me it was bad enough evidence that it would have defaced the Pat's Super Bowl wins, to the point that those entire NFL season's would have been void.


#3217985 They call you insane. I call you my base.

Posted by Cary Kollins on 23 January 2015 - 12:02 PM

I'm obviously out of my depth here but it seems taking small baby steps and working towards a bigger goal instead of just going all in would be the best way to go about it. No clue on how to go about it, I'll leave that for smarter folks. but the bitching back and forth isn't helping anything and is extremely annoying to people without an axe to grind


The fact is the overwhelming majority of scientists from all over the world have concluded that man has contributed to climate change.

It's only the neo-cons that say otherwise.


#3217895 They call you insane. I call you my base.

Posted by Cary Kollins on 23 January 2015 - 10:57 AM

As far as DC and most of the Western world is concerned, it doesn't matter.  They're clearly playing both sides of the issue and making money at both ends like any other issue these days.

 

If you are China, India, or any other developing industrialized nation, it makes one helluva difference as the energy market is a huge driver in how that can be accellerated/retarded.

 

 

I don't know. When I hear that something like 97% of the world's scientists agree that human's are contributing to climate change, it kind of makes you wonder the motives of that 3%.

 

 

Like, if I went to 100 doctors and 97 of them told me I had cancer, but THREE doctors told me I don't...I'm prone to believe the 97 doctors and seek treatment.

 

 

Also, what is at stake?  If the deniers are correct, oil/gas/coal companies stand to make huge profits. 

 

 

If the scientists are correct, our children and their children are fugged.




#3217890 They call you insane. I call you my base.

Posted by Cary Kollins on 23 January 2015 - 10:51 AM

 

 

FWIW, it seems you only have issues with industry created by political parties that counter the industry of the political party you support.

 

 

qfe




#3217804 How would Derrick Rose look in Purple and Teal?

Posted by Cary Kollins on 23 January 2015 - 08:53 AM

Poo he is still one of the best athletes to ever play the game. I'd love to give him a look. Maybe MJ can give him a kick in the ass he needs.




#3217551 Panthers dominate 2014 PFF All-NFC South Team

Posted by Cary Kollins on 22 January 2015 - 08:43 PM

Roman Harper though


#3217234 Rita Benson LeBlanc, family file suit claiming Tom Benson incompetent to cont...

Posted by Cary Kollins on 22 January 2015 - 04:06 PM

someone needs to show those tricks the pie chart

 

 

 

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#3217161 Dave Gettleman to Marty Hurney - You left us a cap mess, but drafted a hell o...

Posted by Cary Kollins on 22 January 2015 - 03:19 PM

Rivera wanted both and begged for them (actually, he begged for Cam--He liked Luke, but he wanted Mark Barron, I think).  Don't forget, Marty had just made an ass of himself when he tried to freelance without coach input--the result?  Clausen, Armanti Edwards, Eric Norwood, Tony Pike. Lafell was OK.  The worst draft in team history.

 

I remember hearing back in 2011 or so that Marty was leaning Blaine Gabbert at one time.  Cannot confirm.

 

 

Oh yeah, if Barron is on the board I could have seen us taking him. Thanks Tampa!

 

 

that 2010 draft sure was a thing of beauty, espically when you consider we traded *up* to draft Armanti




#3217123 Dave Gettleman to Marty Hurney - You left us a cap mess, but drafted a hell o...

Posted by Cary Kollins on 22 January 2015 - 02:50 PM

All Hurney needed was a top 10 pick and he was lights out....

 

How are his second rounders doing?

 

 

those 2nd rounder picks guaranteed a top 10 pick just about every year

 

 

Hurney magic






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