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5 minutes ago, Pantherxtreme said:

Nah Sean Payton's offense with Drew Brees has always been the completion game, methodical offense.

Marques Colston wasn't a burner and neither was Lance Moore his main two targets, Devery Henderson could stretch the field but that wasn't their bread and butter, it was Colston and Moore running through free through your zone defenses and hitting Reggie Bush in the flats and letting him do his thing. 

It has but they once had the deep option and that has gone with Bree's arm. They won a SB when he had that option.

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Just now, Waldo said:

It has but they once had the deep option and that has gone with Bree's arm. They won a SB when he had that option.

And we have a deep option as well and when defenses try to flood the zones and leave their cornerbacks on an island, Teddy has given both Moore and Anderson opportunities to make a play.

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20 minutes ago, TLGPanthersFan said:

His high percentage is because he doesn’t throw the ball deep. He is Checkdown Teddy for a reason. 

lol. 8.2 yards per throw (Pat Mahomes 7.6) , 101.9 QBR , 1,460 yards (6th in the league) , 292 YPG (6th) , 73.4% (1st). You gonna have to get outta here with that, he moves the chains and never wastes a down. That's what Joe Brady and Rhule want him to do. Efficiency and take what the defense gives you instead of forcing the ball while also frustrating the defense and controlling the clock. Falcons love to throw it deep and look at them. Get on board with Teddy 2 Gloves or get outta the way.

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50 minutes ago, Varking said:

He’s 28th in the NFL in completed air yards. He dumps off passes and keeps them typically to within five yards of the line of scrimmage. When you have receivers who can run you can do that. 

Sounds like what you're saying, is that he is an excellent fit for our offense...which is what ultimately matters.  I don't think this offense would thrive with an uber-aggressive QB launching a bunch of deep balls.  We want a short quick passing game to complement the run game + our receivers' YAC ability.

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12 minutes ago, Pantherxtreme said:

And we have a deep option as well and when defenses try to flood the zones and leave their cornerbacks on an island, Teddy has given both Moore and Anderson opportunities to make a play.

It's not a deep option if it's on the WRs to make the play after the catch, that would be YAC. 

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34 minutes ago, TLGPanthersFan said:

His high percentage is because he doesn’t throw the ball deep. He is Checkdown Teddy for a reason. 

I dont see him doing hardly any checking down, certainly not any more than any other QB.  

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2 minutes ago, Waldo said:

It's not a deep option if it's on the WRs to make the play after the catch, that would be YAC. 

How did we ever go to the Super Bowl with a horrible Qb like Delhomme then, because Steve Smith made a career off of YAC. 

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4 minutes ago, Pantherxtreme said:

How did we ever go to the Super Bowl with a horrible Qb like Delhomme then, because Steve Smith made a career off of YAC. 

Delhomme was a gun slinger. If you don't know the difference between a game manager and a gun slinger then this is obviously a waste of time, and that is without getting into the changes of the rules in the time between those two players.  

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27 minutes ago, Waldo said:

It has but they once had the deep option and that has gone with Bree's arm. They won a SB when he had that option.

In the SB, Brees had a total of 143 air yards from the line of scrimmage. 4.5 yards per completion. 

Only 2 throws travelled more than 15 yards in the air on 39 passing attempts. He went 1/2 on those throws. His completion went for 19 yards while his incompletion was on a vertical route that travelled 30+ air yards. 
 

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52 minutes ago, Icege said:

You sure about that? Looks like there might be another stat correction coming... :Eyes_Emoji_42x42:

    Pass Pass Pass
Rk Player Tm CAY
CAY/Cmp CAY/PA
1 Dak Prescott DAL 1039 6.9 4.7
2 Josh Allen BUF 1037 7.9 5.5
3 Matt Ryan ATL 968 7.5 4.7
4 Russell Wilson SEA 903 7.3 5.3
5 Deshaun Watson HOU 893 8.2 5.5
6 Tom Brady TAM 865 6.9 4.4
7 Ryan Fitzpatrick MIA 833 6.9 4.9
8 Joe Burrow CIN 764 5.7 3.7
9 Gardner Minshew II JAX 761 5.6 3.9
10 Kirk Cousins MIN 722 8.1 5.2
11 Kyler Murray ARI 714 5.7 3.9
12 Derek Carr LVR 703 5.5 4.0
13 Patrick Mahomes KAN 702 5.7 3.6
14 Carson Wentz PHI 694 5.9 3.6
15 Teddy Bridgewater CAR 687 5.3 3.9
16 Baker Mayfield CLE 684 7.4 4.5
17 Ryan Tannehill TEN 665 7.3 5.0
18 Drew Brees NOR 662 5.3 3.8
19 Daniel Jones NYG 652 5.9 3.6
20 Philip Rivers IND 642 5.9 4.2
21 Lamar Jackson BAL 612 7.1 4.5
22 Jared Goff LAR 610 5.6 4.0
23 Aaron Rodgers GNB 597 6.1 4.3
24 Justin Herbert LAC 565 5.8 4.0
25 Matthew Stafford DET 524 6.3 3.8
26 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 465 4.7 3.3
27 Nick Foles CHI 423 5.9 3.7
28 Sam Darnold NYJ 387 4.7 2.8
29 Cam Newton NWE 374 6.0 4.1
30 Dwayne Haskins WAS 362 4.1 2.5
31 Mitchell Trubisky CHI 354 6.9 4.1
32 Jeff Driskel DEN 301 8.6 4.7
33 Nick Mullens SFO 292 5.7 4.0
34 Brett Rypien DEN 213 7.9 5.3
35 Jimmy Garoppolo SFO 184 4.6 2.8
36 Tyrod Taylor LAC 128 8.0 4.3
37 C.J. Beathard SFO 127 5.5 3.4
38 Joe Flacco NYJ 108 5.4 3.1
39 Drew Lock DEN 103 4.5 2.7
40 Andy Dalton DAL 79 8.8 6.6

These look off but you have the wrong stat highlighted. Should be the next box over. That 5.3. 

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20 minutes ago, MasterAwesome said:

Sounds like what you're saying, is that he is an excellent fit for our offense...which is what ultimately matters.  I don't think this offense would thrive with an uber-aggressive QB launching a bunch of deep balls.  We want a short quick passing game to complement the run game + our receivers' YAC ability.

Yeah I’m not knocking it. It’s smart for an offense that has him in it. 

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49 minutes ago, KSpan said:

Check your air yards per completion and attempt. Tells the more accurate story for this specific topic, whatever that story may be since that's just an image that cannot be sorted. Eyeballing it though he is nearer the bottom.

I think the natural expectation would be that lower yards/attempt and /completion correlates with higher completion percentage. No doubt that Teddy is accurate.

5.3 compared to last year’s Super Bowl MVP’s 5.7 both way under Mitch Trib’s 6.9.  Looks like a pretty useless stat to me...

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9 minutes ago, *FreeFua* said:

In the SB, Brees had a total of 143 air yards from the line of scrimmage. 4.5 yards per completion. 

Only 2 throws travelled more than 15 yards in the air on 39 passing attempts. He went 1/2 on those throws. His completion went for 19 yards while his incompletion was on a vertical route that travelled 30+ air yards. 
 

No can't be, Drew must have completed three 50 yard bombs in the air, that's required to win a Super bowl. 

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Dalton and Driskel leading the stat at 8.8 and 8.6! This stat definitely shows who is elite... 5.3 yards before YAC 75% of the time sounds great to me!

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25 minutes ago, Panther Believer said:

lol. 8.2 yards per throw (Pat Mahomes 7.6) , 101.9 QBR , 1,460 yards (6th in the league) , 292 YPG (6th) , 73.4% (1st). You gonna have to get outta here with that, he moves the chains and never wastes a down. That's what Joe Brady and Rhule want him to do. Efficiency and take what the defense gives you instead of forcing the ball while also frustrating the defense and controlling the clock. Falcons love to throw it deep and look at them. Get on board with Teddy 2 Gloves or get outta the way.

How about you don’t tell me how to fan. 

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