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#1582399 Cam and this offense....

Posted by teeray on 25 December 2011 - 07:54 PM

You know what! Screw you guys!! I worked really hard on this thread and you guys just cycle it through??

I did a google search for *boner gifs* and everything. Which my wife saw because I left it in the search box and was a little confused to say the least.

Merry Christmas.

#1579225 Should the Panthers give DA another 1 year contract?

Posted by teeray on 23 December 2011 - 12:32 PM

I think JC is going to end up being a much better QB than many here will be able to handle.

If he works extremely hard and squeezes every ounce of his talent to the maximum of his abilities he has a chance to be one of the top 10 QBs in the league.

Unfortunately by "the league" I meant the CFL.

#1576402 week 15 updated stats and rankings

Posted by teeray on 21 December 2011 - 11:41 AM

Team offense DVOA: 4th
Team Defense DVOA: 31st
Special Teams DVOA: 32nd

Important Offensive Statistics:

Points per game: 10th (24.4)
Offensive Points per game (points scored by actual offense): 7th (23.6)
Yards per game: 5th (392.9)
Yards per drive: 6th (34.7)
Points per drive: 6th (2.13)
TDs per drive: 5th (.252)
Punts per drive: 11th (.387)
TOs per drive: 21st (.135)
Starting field position: 24th (26.98)
Drive success rate (avoiding three and outs): 6th (.724)
Red Zone attempts: 7th
Red Zone TDs: 5th
Red Zone TD percentage: 6th (58%)

Only thing that I will add is that over the last three weeks our red zone TD efficiency has been an amazing 90% :eek:

Important defensive stats:

Points allowed per game: 26th (26.3)
Opponent's offense points per game (actual points defense allows): 27th (24.4)
Yards allowed per game: 23rd (364.9)
Yards allowed per drive: 30th (35.14)
Points per drive: 31st (2.35)
TDs allowed per drive: 29th (.262)
Punts forced per drive: 31st (.345)
Takeaways per drive: 20th (.124)
Average starting defending field position: 19th (28.72)
Opposing team's Drive success rate: 28th (.718)
Opponents red zone attempts: 25th
Opponents red zone TDs: 26th
Opponents red zone TD percentage: 20th (56.25%)

The defense is creeping up most of these rankings and it looks like the team is starting to figure this defensive philosophy out. We just have too many injuries to overcome on that side of the ball and so we can't seem to make up too much ground.

#1572082 Jeremy Shockey ruffling feathers

Posted by teeray on 18 December 2011 - 07:44 PM

Shockey is a classic example of a guy that when he plays on any other team he irritates me, but now that he is a Panthers I laughed my fugging ass off after that TD when he got in their faces.

I'm a hypocrite :lol:

#1571822 I love this team and they are heading in the right direction

Posted by teeray on 18 December 2011 - 05:57 PM

If New Orleans decides to rest their starters for the last game we have a chance to go 7-9. Pretty good turnaround from 2-14 IMO.

#1571777 Quick team grades: Congratulations Panthers on first win over a winning team!

Posted by teeray on 18 December 2011 - 05:41 PM

PFFL logic. 4 tds in 10 drives (40%) is a C+.

#1 team in NFL TDs per drive (GB) 36.8%

So scoring TDs at a higher rate than the #1 team in the NFL is a C+

:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

By this measure and grading system every team in the NFL has a better defense than their offenses because generally teams offense's get stopped more often then they score!!

PFFL: "Herp, derp... i knows stats ya'll......."

#1567632 the one problem I see with Cam

Posted by teeray on 16 December 2011 - 12:26 AM

5. Teeray: Offensive efficiency isn't offensive efficiency because I say so(even though EVERYONE else in the world says it is)

6. Continues to derail a good conversation.

PS: Your problem is you never actually add context to your drive stats. Which lets me know you know better, so it confirms you purposely do these worthless comparisons. You never explain how much they are affected by field position and turnovers and thus have little meaning in our team's situation.

Yes using 14 different stats including field position, red zone efficiency, turnovers, etc. is not adding context. So what is your definition of adding context?? What other stats would you like me to use?? I even put OYPP on there.

And please find me a credible advanced statistics website that uses OYPP for offensive efficiency?? Advanced NFL Statistics doesn't use it (remember the one you said was the undisputed best website for advanced statistics... until you realized you were looking at the wrong year and then tried to quickly dismiss them :lol:). Neither does Football Outsiders. So again, your facts don't seem to be accurate that everyone in the world says it is.

The two best websites for advanced statistics don't use OYPP for offensive efficiency so......

Even you said OYPP "doesn't reflect your actual offense" (remember after the Detroit game?) so you don't even agree with it.

#1566896 Steve Smith takes Cam over Tebow anyday.

Posted by teeray on 15 December 2011 - 03:25 PM

Steve Smith does not understand YPP.

#1565248 Tips and pointers for next week's threads for the novice

Posted by teeray on 14 December 2011 - 11:24 AM

red x

The weird thing about Grits is his actual posts don't annoy me. It is the posts he gives pie to. :confused:

You see some a trollific post and look down and see *GritsRgreat* down at the bottom and I think to myself "fug that guy"

#1562856 Cam vs Tim

Posted by teeray on 12 December 2011 - 09:52 PM

2003 Carolina Panthers 15.6 OYPP.
2011 Carolina Panthers: 16.6 OYPP

2003 Carolina Panthers turnover per possession: ranked 21st (.152)
2011 Carolina Panthers turnovers per possession: ranked 22nd (.145)

So... the 2003 Panthers OYPP is very similar to this years OYPP and they turned the ball over more often that the 2011 Carolina Panthers.

One went to the Super Bowl, the other is 4-9. Why?

2003 Panthers defensive stats:
Yards per drive: 7th
points allowed per drive: 6th
TDs allowed per drive: 7th
Punts forced per drive: 5th
Takeaways: 21st
Drive success rate (three and outs): 7th

Doesn't get any simpler than that. One played in a Super Bowl and the other is 4-9 and the only major difference is the defense.

Thank you and goodnight.

You figure it out.

#1561840 Unbiased website. Newton vs Tebow

Posted by teeray on 12 December 2011 - 11:17 AM

Yes, I will take seriously a QB debate from a website dedicated to narcissistic closet homos. No offense to anyone here who is a narcissitic closet homo.

None taken.... WAIT!!

#1561741 The enthusiasm gap

Posted by teeray on 12 December 2011 - 10:08 AM

It is a part of being young and not having experience. I know it is hard for the fans but this thing will turn big time unless the players quit buying into the coaches. There must be patience as hard as that is for us as fans.

I am saying this now that I have cooled down, but there are 3 broken pieces of property laying around my house thanks to that meltdown Sunday.

#1561056 Cam vs Tim

Posted by teeray on 11 December 2011 - 08:41 PM

Some of you people don't realize just how bad we would be this season without Cam. Has he been perfect? No. Did he have a pooty 2nd half? Yes. But give me a break.

Cam also had 10 quarters of near perfect football going into that 2nd half performance.

#1556835 Guys...we are not making the playoffs

Posted by teeray on 09 December 2011 - 05:40 PM

Where is TRD and what have you done with him??

Good post. You guys complain about TRD's trolling, then when he posts something worthwhile you guys are the ones that troll the poo out of him. Deal wit it.

#1555911 Panthers Cool With Cam's Comments

Posted by teeray on 08 December 2011 - 11:30 PM

I can bet you dollars to donuts that if Blaine Gabbert was performing like Cam and said the same thing, there wouldn't be any need for an explanation or defending.

I value donuts more than money so.... may not be a good deal for me. Krispy Kreme FTW!!!

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