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  1. Bruh patty reads defenses like a book. He's like the speed reading champion of the NFL.
  2. Bro the gap between the Broncos at #1 and the #2 is bigger than the gap between #2 and #14. This is ridiculous. "Oh but the schedule" is not a legitimate rebuttal to such a gap in performance. Performance comes first, and the only team that has even the slightest resemblance to the Broncos' actual performance is the 18' Chiefs, and that year the average passer rating is like 8 points higher because of the obscene offensive favoritism in 18' compared to 13'. 1. 13' Broncos 578 points(on 192 drives for 3.01 points per drive) 2. 07' Patriots 533 points(on 158 drives for 3.37 points per drive) 3.18' Chiefs: 530 points(on 163 drives for 3.25 points per drive) 4. 11' Saints 519 points(on 182 drives for 2.98 points per drive) 5. 98 Vikings 514 points(on 175 drives for 2.94 points per drive) 6. 83' Skins 513 points 7. 00' Rams 512 points(on 180 drives for 2.84 points per drive) 8. 11' Packers 511 points(on 168 drives for 3.04 points per drive) 9. 16' Falcons 505 points(on 166 drives for 3.06 points per drive) 10. 12' Patriots 501 points(on 180 drives for 2.78 points per drive) 11. 18' Rams: 499 points(on 175 drives for 2.85 points per drive) 12. 18' Saints: 497 points(on 155 drives for 3.21 points per drive) 13. 04' Colts 494 points(on 166 drives for 2.98 points per drive) 14. 84' Dolphins 491 points 15. 11' Patriots 485 points(on 173 drives for 2.80 points per drive) 16. 98 Broncos 473 points(on 184 drives for 2.57 points per drive) 17. 98' 49ers 472 points(on 195 drives for 2.42 points per drive) 18. 81' Chargers 471 points 19. 01' Rams 468 points(on 176 drives for 2.66 points per drive)
  3. Bruh one of those teams is the highest scoring offense in NFL history by a substantial margin. How is this a question
  4. I mean obviously Peyton is the best of that group. Not sure how this is much of a comparison.
  5. Brees is coming off a season with a 116 passer rating and a 74% completion percentage. Obviously Deshaun watson is not even close to being close.
  6. I mean Julio is afraid of the endzone. He loses points for that in my book
  7. I mean TD is in the 2K club. Thats kind of a big deal
  8. None of them to deserve to get in? Taylor and Dillon, arguably Lynch too, were simply better backs than ones that have already been inducted into the hall of fame. Edgerrin James was just inducted, who had similar career yards to Dillon and Taylor, though slightly higher, but similar actual performance over their career. James: 327 carries 1323 yards, 8.6 Rushing Touchdowns, 47 Receptions, 364 receiving yards, 1.2 Receiving Touchdowns, 1687 Yards from Scrimmage, 9.8 Total Touchdowns 4.04 Yards per carry, 37.9 carries per touchdown, 7.77 Yards per catch, 39.36 receptions per touchdown, 4.51 yards per touch, 38.0 touches per touchdown Dillon: 279 carries 1199 yards, 8.7 Rushing Touchdowns, 26 Receptions, 204 receiving yards, 0.7 Receiving Touchdowns, 1403 Yards from Scrimmage, 9.5 Total Touchdowns 4.29 Yards per carry, 31.9 carries per touchdown, 7.84 Yards per catch, 34.86 receptions per touchdown, 4.60 yards per touch, 32.2 touches per touchdown Taylor: 264 carries 1223 yards, 6.9 Rushing Touchdowns, 30 Receptions, 249 receiving yards, 0.8 Receiving Touchdowns, 1472 Yards from Scrimmage, 7.7 Total Touchdowns 4.62 Yards per carry, 38.4 carries per touchdown, 8.22 Yards per catch, 36.25 receptions per touchdown, 4.99 yards per touch, 38.2 touches per touchdown Lynch: 263 carries 1118 yards, 9.1 Rushing Touchdowns, 31 Receptions, 238 receiving yards, 1.0 Receiving Touchdowns, 1356 Yards from Scrimmage, 10.1 Total Touchdowns 4.25 Yards per carry, 28.9 carries per touchdown, 7.71 Yards per catch, 31.89 receptions per touchdown, 4.61 yards per touch, 29.1 touches per touchdown James just got more carries while the others had far better yards per carry and had a similar touchdown rate in spite of getting fewer carries. If Edgerrin James is in, Dillon, Taylor and Lynch(to a lesser extent) absolutely deserve to get in too.
  9. Frank Gore and Adrian Peterson were purposely excluded because they're locks.
  10. How is this even a question? I would say that Russel Wilson is probably the 2nd best quarterback in the league right now, but Mahomes is just head and shoulders above him.
  11. So, I was doing some coding of football stats for fun, and just analyzing how runningbacks across history compare to each, giving a quick stat breakdown of every RB over 10K career rushing yards. I came across several modern runningbacks that made the 10K rushing club, and I was wondering which of the following guys you think are HoF worthy and who has the best chance: Thomas Jones, Fred Taylor, Corey Dillon, Tiki Barber, Marshawn Lynch, Warrick Dunn Tiki Barber is 27th on the all-time rushing list at 10,449 yards, and here's my little statistic summary for him:(the volume values are his stats standardized to a 16-game season) Tiki Barber: 230 carries 1085 yards, 5.7 Rushing Touchdowns, 61 Receptions, 538 receiving yards, 1.2 Receiving Touchdowns, 1623 Yards from Scrimmage, 7.0 Total Touchdowns 4.71 Yards per carry, 40.3 carries per touchdown, 8.84 Yards per catch, 48.83 receptions per touchdown, 5.58 yards per touch, 41.8 touches per touchdown Corey Dillon is 20th on the all-time rushing list at 11,241 rushing yards, and here's his stat summary: 279 carries 1199 yards, 8.7 Rushing Touchdowns, 26 Receptions, 204 receiving yards, 0.7 Receiving Touchdowns, 1403 Yards from Scrimmage, 9.5 Total Touchdowns 4.29 Yards per carry, 31.9 carries per touchdown, 7.84 Yards per catch, 34.86 receptions per touchdown, 4.60 yards per touch, 32.2 touches per touchdown Warrick Dunn is 23rd on the all-time rushing list at 10,967 rushing yards, and here's his stat summary: 235 carries 969 yards, 4.3 Rushing Touchdowns, 45 Receptions, 384 receiving yards, 1.3 Receiving Touchdowns, 1353 Yards from Scrimmage, 5.7 Total Touchdowns 4.11 Yards per carry, 54.5 carries per touchdown, 8.51 Yards per catch, 34.00 receptions per touchdown, 4.81 yards per touch, 49.7 touches per touchdown Thomas Jones is 26th on the all-time rushing list at 10,591 rushing yards, and here's his stat summary: 238 carries 941 yards, 6.0 Rushing Touchdowns, 27 Receptions, 180 receiving yards, 0.3 Receiving Touchdowns, 1121 Yards from Scrimmage, 6.3 Total Touchdowns 3.95 Yards per carry, 39.4 carries per touchdown, 6.57 Yards per catch, 102.67 receptions per touchdown, 4.22 yards per touch, 42.1 touches per touchdown Fred Taylor is 17th on the all-time rushing list at 11,695 rushing yards, and here's his stat summary: 264 carries 1223 yards, 6.9 Rushing Touchdowns, 30 Receptions, 249 receiving yards, 0.8 Receiving Touchdowns, 1472 Yards from Scrimmage, 7.7 Total Touchdowns 4.62 Yards per carry, 38.4 carries per touchdown, 8.22 Yards per catch, 36.25 receptions per touchdown, 4.99 yards per touch, 38.2 touches per touchdown Marshawn Lynch is 29th on the all-time rushing list at 10,413 rushing yards, and here's his stat summary: 263 carries 1118 yards, 9.1 Rushing Touchdowns, 31 Receptions, 238 receiving yards, 1.0 Receiving Touchdowns, 1356 Yards from Scrimmage, 10.1 Total Touchdowns 4.25 Yards per carry, 28.9 carries per touchdown, 7.71 Yards per catch, 31.89 receptions per touchdown, 4.61 yards per touch, 29.1 touches per touchdown I realize Lynch is still active, but I feel like he fit this conversation. Interesting to note, all of these guys are above 7 HoF runningbacks on the all-time rushing list. So what do you guys think?
  12. The sack machine still doin his thing I see. Today resulted in a fumble
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