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Just now, Pantherxtreme said:

And how many division titles has Atlanta won? Dan Quinn owning Rivera is not evidence of anything. 

 

How many division titles have we won without a dink and dunk offense under Cam? There are more ways than one to skin a cat. 

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2 minutes ago, Varking said:

Our defense is in the top half of the NFL right now. Our offense is in the bottom half of the NFL. 

In the bottom half of what certainly not yards

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48 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. 
 

Score Offense Defense Expected Points
Week Day Date       OT Rec   Opp Tm Opp 1stD TotYd PassY RushY TO 1stD TotYd PassY RushY TO Offense Defense Sp. Tms
1 Sun September 13 1:03PM ET boxscore W   1-0   Detroit Lions 45 27 28 515 358 157 3 14 231 198 33 3 19.75 16.77 -15.23
2 Sun September 20 1:04PM ET boxscore W   2-0 @ Philadelphia Eagles 48 22 23 421 288 133 1 23 463 384 79 4 17.18 5.09 3.35
3 Sun September 27 4:05PM ET boxscore W   3-0 @ Buffalo Bills 27 7 21 378 156 222 1 13 243 154 89 2 0.45 11.92 5.67
4 Sun October 4 4:05PM ET boxscore W   4-0   New York Jets 24 10 18 343 190 153 1 14 244 112 132 4 -7.19 25.69 0.07
5                 Bye Week                              
6 Sun October 18 1:03PM ET boxscore W   5-0   New York Giants 48 27 28 493 369 124   17 325 241 84 2 28.43 0.90 -6.77
7 Sun October 25 4:15PM ET boxscore W   6-0 @ Miami Dolphins 46 34 22 414 276 138 4 17 334 197 137 3 1.64 12.58 -4.53
8 Mon November 2 8:40PM ET boxscore W   7-0   Atlanta Falcons 35 27 23 437 291 146 4 21 442 281 161 3 8.63 2.06 -1.94
9 Sun November 8 4:05PM ET boxscore W   8-0   Carolina Panthers 30 20 18 414 330 84 2 21 371 189 182 3 3.85 3.33 -0.29
10 Sun November 15 1:00PM ET boxscore W   9-0 @ St. Louis Rams 28 23 19 420 217 203 3 23 434 293 141 1 5.90 -6.79 6.09
11 Sun November 22 1:00PM ET boxscore W   10-0 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38 7 21 370 187 183   14 219 100 119 4 12.77 19.06 0.15
12 Mon November 30 8:40PM ET boxscore W   11-0   New England Patriots 38 17 18 480 367 113 1 23 366 244 122 3 26.60 -2.22 -2.49
13 Sun December 6 1:03PM ET boxscore W OT 12-0 @ Washington Redskins 33 30 25 463 408 55 1 28 455 367 88 4 4.56 -17.81 0.33
14 Sun December 13 1:02PM ET boxscore W   13-0 @ Atlanta Falcons 26 23 24 391 296 95   19 392 303 89 1 18.08 -12.25 -2.40
15 Sat December 19 8:22PM ET boxscore L   13-1   Dallas Cowboys 17 24 23 336 271 65 3 24 439 294 145   1.16 -14.21 5.26
16 Sun December 27 1:03PM ET boxscore L OT 13-2   Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17 20 23 373 249 124 1 24 439 263 176 2 11.81 -3.57 -11.30
17 Sun January 3 1:04PM ET boxscore L   13-3 @ Carolina Panthers 10 23 14 213 102 111 3 15 327 149 178   -14.62 2.61 -1.91
    Playoffs                                            
Division Sat January 16 4:34PM ET boxscore W   14-3   Arizona Cardinals 45 14 27 418 247 171   15 359 258 101 2 19.18 1.40 9.90
Conf. Champ. Sun January 24 6:45PM ET boxscore W OT 15-3   Minnesota Vikings 31 28 15 257 189 68 1 31 475 310 165 5 2.59 -6.36 6.82
SuperBowl Sun February 7 6:31PM ET boxscore W   16-3 N Indianapolis Colts 31 17 20 332 281 51   23 432 333 99 1 10.

 

281 yards in the SB and 247 and 189 in the Division Championship and Conference Championship. Still doesn't change the fact that when his arm ability dropped off so has their ability to go deep, losing in the wild card the last two years in a row. 

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2 minutes ago, Pantherxtreme said:

In the bottom half of what certainly not yards

Points. Scoring. Converting yard to touchdowns. We are 21st in points per game. We are 12th in points per game allowed. 

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We have our -our- QB be the most accurate passer and people continue to poo on him? Please leave. 
 

Teddy has not been checking the ball down whatsoever. The game plan is very much get the ball out to our playmakers hands and let them make plays. Kyle Allen in 2019 was unable to complete any deep passes and had to dump it off to CMac. Anyone who thinks otherwise is simply just salty at who’s QB. 

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1 minute ago, Varking said:

Points. Scoring. Converting yard to touchdowns. 

Points is not a true indicator of offense, that's why yards is the official stat dealing with rankings. Some points come off of turnovers, pick sixes, fumbles, punt returns etc. 

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7 minutes ago, Pantherxtreme said:

Points is not a true indicator of offense, that's why yards is the official stat dealing with rankings. Some points come off of turnovers, pick sixes, fumbles, punt returns etc. 

Are defensive scores calculated into offensive points per game? Is it not simply points scored by the offense divided by games played? Points IS the most important stat on both ends. Allowing yards but then making people settle for a punt or field goal is a win. So you can give up tons of yards so long as you don’t give up tons of points. Same idea on offense. As a whole, both rushing and throwing, we are very very low on the touchdown totem pole. 
 

How can yards be the be all, end all, when interference calls aren’t calculated into yards? 

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5 minutes ago, Varking said:

Are defensive scores calculated into offensive points per game? Is it not simply points scored by the offense divided by games played? Points IS the most important stat on both ends. Allowing yards but then making people settle for a punt or field goal is a win. So you can give up tons of yards so long as you don’t give up tons of points. Same idea on offense. As a whole, both rushing and throwing, we are very very low on the touchdown totem pole. 

Yes they are, if team A averages 27 points a game, that calculates all point scored albeit defense or offense.

A better measure is to simply count how many offensive touchdowns a team has scored passing and rushing, also field goals.

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7 minutes ago, Varking said:

Are defensive scores calculated into offensive points per game? Is it not simply points scored by the offense divided by games played? Points IS the most important stat on both ends. Allowing yards but then making people settle for a punt or field goal is a win. So you can give up tons of yards so long as you don’t give up tons of points. Same idea on offense. As a whole, both rushing and throwing, we are very very low on the touchdown totem pole. 
 

How can yards be the be all, end all, when interference calls aren’t calculated into yards? 

Points per game is all points not just offensive points

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3 minutes ago, Pantherxtreme said:

Yes they are, if team A averages 27 points a game, that calculates all point scored albeit defense or offense.

A better measure is to simply count how many offensive touchdowns a team has scored passing and rushing, also field goals.

We have more special teams points than anyone in the NFC South. So we are scoring touchdowns at a lower rate than everyone else. And we are still limiting scores against us better than most of the NFL. 

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7 hours ago, PhillyB said:

easily his biggest strength as a quarterback.

Leadership. He is absolutely a natural leader. 

His Accuracy is great, wouldn't be as great without his leadership. 

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40 minutes ago, Varking said:

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

That phrasing sounds like you're suggesting we're having to adapt our offense to his limitations...rather than Brady wanting Bridgewater because he is the perfect fit for the offensive system he wants to run.

Otherwise, I guess my question would be why spend all this time and effort criticizing Bridgewater for his short to intermediate game while simultaneously acknowledging that that's precisely how we want our offense to be executed?  If Bridgewater is a perfect fit for our system designed to get the ball out quick and utilize precision passes in stride in the short to intermediate game, then why focus on criticizing the lack of deep balls?  Just seems pretty nitpicky and largely irrelevant.

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Here are the teams with fewer offensive touchdowns than the Panthers:

Washington , Lions, Colts, Bengals, Broncos, Jets and Giants. 

 

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1 minute ago, MasterAwesome said:

That phrasing sounds like you're suggesting we're having to adapt our offense to his limitations...rather than Brady wanting Bridgewater because he is the perfect fit for the offensive system he wants to run.

Otherwise, I guess my question would be why spend all this time and effort criticizing Bridgewater for his short to intermediate game while simultaneously acknowledging that that's precisely how we want our offense to be executed?  If Bridgewater is a perfect fit for our system designed to get the ball out quick and utilize precision passes in stride in the short to intermediate game, then why focus on criticizing the lack of deep balls?  Just seems pretty nitpicky and largely irrelevant.

That’s what smart coaching does. They adapt. If your QB can’t hit deep you focus short. If your QB struggles from 7-10 you throw shorter or further. You don’t force your QB to do things they aren’t good at. That isn’t a knock on Teddy. It’s smart coaching. 

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2 minutes ago, Varking said:

Here are the teams with fewer offensive touchdowns than the Panthers:

Washington , Lions, Colts, Bengals, Broncos, Jets and Giants. 

 

Yeah, we have no red zone threat other than RBs

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