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TonyN

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Last Active Mar 27 2015 12:46 AM
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Sacks + QB Hits allowed, 2014

20 March 2015 - 04:05 PM

Make of this what you will. A few teams really jump out at you as surprises though, IMHO.

 

Sacks + QB hits allowed, 2014: 

1.) Jax  189

2.) TB   176

3.) Was 171

4.) Min  147

5.) Mia  144

6.) Ten  144

7.) NYJ  143

8.) Stl     140

9.) Ind    136

10.) Det    136

11.) Sea   133

12.) KC    127

13.) Buf    124

14.) Chi    123

15.) Ari   123

16.) Atl   120

17.) SF   120

18.) SD   112

19.) NO   111

20.) Cle   109

21.) Car   109

22.) NE    108

23.) Hou  106

24.) NYG 103

25.) Phi      96

26.) Pit       95

27.) GB      94

28.) Oak    84

29.) Dal     83

30.) Bal     75

31.) Cin     71

32.) Den    59


Pick your poison in the AFC Championship...

12 January 2015 - 01:47 AM

Who would you rather see advance to the Super Bowl???

 

The suddenly productive Huddle bugbear Brandon LaFell and the team that beat us in Super Bowl 38 ???

 

Or Colts special assistant Rob Chudzinski and "you know who" ???


The Panthers are 14-5-1 over their last 20 games...

28 October 2014 - 11:12 PM

Fire the staff !!!

 

Gut the roster !!!

 

Fug this fuggin' poo !!!

 

JR doesn't want to win !!!

 

I am through with this team !!!

 

We have the worst [ insert choice of team component ] in the history of Football...

 

 

 

Considering that the remaining schedule is very favorable, can't we put away the torches and pitchforks and shelve the over the top exaggeration until a few more games have been played ???


Ultimately, the most important takeaway from today's loss is a positive...

26 October 2014 - 10:55 PM

After a mysterious 5 week disappearing act, the superior defense we have come to expect returned.

 

It may have been their best performance of the season.

 

After all is said and done, if the defense can continue to play at this level, the Panthers will make the playoffs.

 

If they make the playoffs, anything can happen.

 

This is all very obvious, of course, but seeing these guys bounce back today was BIG. 


Cam and Russell pressure stats this season: the raw numbers

24 October 2014 - 05:47 PM

Russell Wilson has been sacked 14 times and hit 24 times on 175 passing attempts this season.

 

Cam Newton has been sacked 14 times and hit 34 times on 206 passing attempts this season.

 

So:

 

Wilson has a sack percentage of 8.0 and has been hit on 13.7% of his dropbacks this season

 

While Newton has a sack percentage of 6.8 and has been hit on 16.5 % of his dropbacks this season

 

Feel free to spin the numbers.