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Jlowe22

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Jlowe22 last won the day on December 6 2017

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  1. GWT: Week 20 Jaguars @ Patriots

    The stat doesn't mean a whole lot anyway, there is a whole other side of the ball that can get its own sacks and make its own plays.
  2. GWT: Week 20 Vikings @ Eagles

    But dude, there's no way a human being would have made a mistake in a high pressure situation
  3. GWT: Week 20 Vikings @ Eagles

    I don't trust the under pressure ratings all that much. Sometimes throwing the ball into the dirt is the best play you could have made. And some QBs take sacks when they should have thrown the ball away(and hurt their passer rating). However, I will say that I have seen Keenum make some good plays to avoid sacks that some other QBs wouldn't have made.
  4. GWT: Week 20 Vikings @ Eagles

    Basically, he thinks the NFL is the WWE.
  5. GWT: Week 19 Saints @ Vikings

    Fans(not necessarily you) don't care whether he was distracted or not, they just don't like it because it's trash talk. I don't blame them, I wouldn't like it either, but it's trash talk. It's part of the game, will always be part of the game. I don't care whether a coach does it or not. I'd rather my coach not be distracted during a game, but if he wants to trash talk, fine. It might bite him in the ***(which it did), and that's part of it to.
  6. Here's our future.

    Will probably still throw for 5k yards.
  7. GWT: Week 19 Saints @ Vikings

    That's a different issue than how "wrong" it is. You got him back and won the game, and he congratulated Minnesota after the game at the press conference, and that should be the extent of it. No need to whine about something so stupid.
  8. GWT: Week 19 Saints @ Vikings

    That is said about a game literally every week.
  9. GWT: Week 19 Saints @ Vikings

    Yea, I don't care about trash talking. People need to stop looking for stuff to get offended by. Trash talking is part of sports and a part of life. It works both ways and everyone is on the dishing end sometimes, and the receiving end other times. I mean, me personally, wouldn't trash talk during a game, but that's my personality, I wouldn't care if someone else did towards me or towards my opponent.
  10. GWT: Week 19 Saints @ Vikings

    There are bad calls in literally almost every game. There's nothing you can do about it, and there's no need to be salty about it. The Vikings fumbled the ball like 8 times and lost at least 3, and Favre threw two picks, one of which was the most bone headed pick I've ever seen. And before that pick, Vikings got the DUMBEST 12 man penalty I've ever seen. A team doesn't deserve to win making those crucial mistakes. It's the same thing with my team two years later in San Fran, played a great game and score 32 points on the best defense in the league and almost won the game. But Saints committed 5 turnovers that game, or it could have been 45 points and never needed to get that close. I get the "curse" or whatever, but curses aren't real. There's nothing magical stopping the Vikings from winning the superbowl, they've just gotten some bad breaks. Basically like the Saints have gotten every single year except one. Maybe this year is the Viking's year, but if not, it'll eventually come if the right people are in charge. But there's no need to be salty every day for the rest of your life until that day comes.
  11. What are your thoughts on Payton, Tomlin, and McCarthy?

    Na, Carolina, atlanta, and Saints were all legitimately good teams. If Rodgers had been healthy, anything could happen, but Atlanta already beat Rodgers and had the tiebreaker at that wildcard spot. It's highly likely Minnesota still wins the division, so Packers would be fighting for a wildcard spot. It's not set in stone they would have had better records than Carolina or New Orleans. But even if these things did happen, it doesn't matter, since we can do if, whens, and buts every year. What did happen, is that the NFC South had three strong teams this year. They've represented the NFC last two years, and had the league MVP last two years. It's a strong division right now, and unless there's a lot of regressing gonna go on this offseason, they'll be strong next year.
  12. GWT: Week 19 Saints @ Vikings

    Diggs gets tackled in bounds, time would run out and Saints win. Diggs would have had to get out of bounds if he didn't have a clear shot at the end zone. Really, Saints make that routine tackle and it's game. Good catch by Diggs, but Saints whiff on a routine tackle allowed the victory. Had Diggs made him miss, or got out of bounds before the tackle, it would have been more incredible, but as it is, it's more a whiff than anything IMO.
  13. Does Defense Win Championships?

    Well the Saints in 2015 were number 1 in 3rd down conversion%, and top 10 in TOP and had the worst defense in the history of the NFL. The Broncos offense that same year nearly led the league in turnovers and were bottom ten in 3rd down conversion% and TOP and had pretty good defense I'd say. Outside factors do play a role, but a good defense is a good defense, and a bad defense is a bad defense.
  14. Does Defense Win Championships?

    A great PPG is indicative of a defense that keeps the opponent from scoring. A bad defense is gonna give up points regardless of what the offense does, a good defense can stop an opponent from scoring even with a bad offense. Offense can help out a defense, but the opposite is true as well, and a defense that keeps opponents from scoring can keep their offense from having to become one dimensional, it can get takeaways to set the offense up in good field position, or force three and outs to set up good field position. There are many variables that go into it, like Strength of Schedule, special teams competency, etc, but I feel PPG is the simplest and most effective way to rank a defense.
  15. Does Defense Win Championships?

    I do agree though that PPG is a better stat than DVOA.
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