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  1. SNF: Chiefs at Patriots

    Defense needs major improvement, but I 100% agree. Just need D to make a few stops here and there
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  3. SNF: Chiefs at Patriots

    I have determined where youve gone wrong in life
  4. SNF: Chiefs at Patriots

    Lol @ thinking you have to listen to Skip at all
  5. SNF: Chiefs at Patriots

    Crazy dude. You should become a professional gambler. Amazed at your predictions. Get dat EZ money bro. Wowowowowowowo
  6. Drew Brees - new all time passing yardage leader

    Ah yes, misread his reply. Dat lancerman with the self-deprecating humor, haha
  7. Drew Brees - new all time passing yardage leader

    Oh I would. He is being ridiculous.
  8. Drew Brees - new all time passing yardage leader

    That really isnt true though. There is one Pats fan, Asciimo, with a lot of salt. The salty/trollish posts in this thread have been mostly by a Rams fan (el ramster) and an Eagles fan (skippyx).
  9. Drew Brees - new all time passing yardage leader

    Amazing accomplishment, although it is in part due to leaning heavily on the short passing game. Brees has been in the bottom half in air yards per completion (CAY) in the last three years at least. https://nextgenstats.nfl.com/stats/passing/2018/all I hope Brees gets MVP this season. Unbelievable that he hasnt gotten one yet.
  10. Drew Brees - new all time passing yardage leader

    One assigns blame for sacks to the QB, one does not. Probably best to use both. Sorry if that's not the answer you were looking for You could create your own metric based on how much blame for sacks you think goes to the QB. The formula for ANY/A is (pass yards + 20*(pass TD) - 45*(interceptions thrown) - sack yards)/(passing attempts + sacks). To create your own metric, simply do (pass yards + 20*(pass TD) - 45*(interceptions thrown) - (x% * sack yards)/(passing attempts + sacks) where x% is the percentage blame for sacks you think should be assigned to QBs on average. I think that's correct, anyway. Maybe it should be (pass yards + 20*(pass TD) - 45*(interceptions thrown) - (x% * sack yards)/(passing attempts + (x% * sacks)). Not sure.
  11. Drew Brees - new all time passing yardage leader

    Amen to that
  12. Drew Brees - new all time passing yardage leader

    That's nearly contradictory. Ranking players without any analysis is folly. Ranking them based on an analysis that contrasts their abilities is not. The debate that you mention is in arguing what abilities and statistics are most important. Nothing wrong with that IMO.
  13. Drew Brees - new all time passing yardage leader

    To all those saying that bulk stats aren't impressive: First of all, you're wrong. Maintaining health and productivity long enough leads to breaking bulk passing records. Longevity matters. Bulk passing stats matter. Second, Brees isn't just a stat-padding QB. He also has the 4th best QB rating in history and the 4th highest net yards per pass attempt in history (which is an individual stat with one of the highest correlative factors to winning in today's NFL). So he is one of the greatest QBs in terms of both bulk and efficiency passing stats. While some of those stats are undoubtedly boosted by him playing in a dome for most of his career, his accomplishments go well beyond empty bulk passing records.
  14. Drew Brees - new all time passing yardage leader

    Definitely one of the greatest of all time, while somehow being one of the most underrated of all time because of when he played. Awesome that he got it on the TD pass.
  15. MMA Thread

    Lol @ Dana talking about how much the bus incident cost Conor. He is such a Conor **** rider lol
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