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11 hours ago, iknowcool said:

Impressive, but awfully specific lol

"NOW DO FREDDIE MITCHELL!!!"

We need to come up with a word for this type of "insight". Surprised that the alignment of the planets and winter solstice wasn't factored in. 

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From Reddit, graph on how each QB does in overtime.

Jameis and Dak are literal exact opposites when it comes to clutch. 

Tom Brady isnt listed cause he doesnt actually play overtime games. Must be nice to win so easily, you filthy goat. Conversely, Cousins/Carr/Wilson play a ton of OT games.

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9 hours ago, Matts4313 said:

From Reddit, graph on how each QB does in overtime.

Jameis and Dak are literal exact opposites when it comes to clutch. 

Tom Brady isnt listed cause he doesnt actually play overtime games. Must be nice to win so easily, you filthy goat. Conversely, Cousins/Carr/Wilson play a ton of OT games.

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Must be nice to be in the company or Alex Smith, Carson Palmer and Derek Carr.

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3 minutes ago, Oregon Ducks said:

Must be nice to be in the company or Alex Smith, Carson Palmer and Derek Carr.

You talking about Stafford? I do like him, he is a Texan afterall. But if you are referring to my QB, nobody is "in his company". 

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1 hour ago, Oregon Ducks said:

Must be nice to be in the company or Alex Smith, Carson Palmer and Derek Carr.

Alex Smith is the most underrated QB of all time.

After he learned how to play and SF stopped being trash he was dominant.

 

His numbers and record are great.

His playoff numbers are outstanding.

  • He won a shootout vs Drew Brees in the playoffs.
  • He was Kyle Williams x2 away from the Super Bowl.
  • He put up 40+ as his team melted with injuries vs Andrew Luck
  • He watched Kelce get a concussion, Mariota catch his own TD, and a ref cheat twice on fumble calls on Mariota.
    • That ref was fired (forced to resign) in the offseason.

 

Anyone who counts his playoff record against him either did not watch the games or has a very bad memory.

 

The biggest mark against him was that Mahomes was better, wow!

 

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22 hours ago, SkippyX said:

Alex Smith is the most underrated QB of all time.

After he learned how to play and SF stopped being trash he was dominant.

 

His numbers and record are great.

His playoff numbers are outstanding.

  • He won a shootout vs Drew Brees in the playoffs.
  • He was Kyle Williams x2 away from the Super Bowl.
  • He put up 40+ as his team melted with injuries vs Andrew Luck
  • He watched Kelce get a concussion, Mariota catch his own TD, and a ref cheat twice on fumble calls on Mariota.
    • That ref was fired (forced to resign) in the offseason.

 

Anyone who counts his playoff record against him either did not watch the games or has a very bad memory.

 

The biggest mark against him was that Mahomes was better, wow!

 

I agree completely. I think Alex Smith was a damn fine QB. 

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On 10/19/2021 at 11:22 AM, MWil23 said:

Joe Woods needs to go. He's clueless about how to use the personnel that he has acquired/drafted/been given. Let's look at a few things:

Like I posted elsewhere, through the first four weeks in the season, Cleveland ranked in the twenties in blitzes sent, which is ridiculous considering how teams have passed against them as a whole. Myles is leading the league in sacks, Clowney has been great, and it's like he expects them to be able to do that on every single snap.

That aside, he's using JJ3 as a ball hawk single high guy with rotating safeties in a heavy zone scheme, when Troy Hill was brought in to excel in the slot (like he always has), he has Ward and Greedy who were both drafted to be man, press man, and quarters CB's on the outside, and he's running a ton of Cover 3 and other concepts leaving them vulnerable to the seams.

They are HISTORICALLY BAD on third and fourth down during the past two seasons, and he gets a pass for last year, because the talent just wasn't there.

This year, their DL is great, their secondary is great, and they're underachieving with Pro Bowl talent, and that's on him.

wow.. that's laughaby bad.

idk if thats DC fault for not using the tools correctly, or if its GM fault for going after players based on Madden OVR and not based on scheme fit

but either way, that's malpractice. Johnson probably should have known better also before taking that deal

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58 minutes ago, Tk3 said:

wow.. that's laughaby bad.

idk if thats DC fault for not using the tools correctly, or if its GM fault for going after players based on Madden OVR and not based on scheme fit

but either way, that's malpractice. Johnson probably should have known better also before taking that deal

Like I said, he gets a total pass from me for last year. You have basically Myles and that's it, in a Covid year where Greedy is out all year, Delpit blows his Achilles, you have a revolving door of secondary members and linebackers, plus Myles being out for COVID for a few weeks, etc.

But then you look at their EDGE situation and secondary, and they should absolutely be a Top 10 defense this year.

Even if you watch(ed) last night, we're talking about 2 scores on 3rd and 9+ in the Red Zone, and in both occasions, I could tell you that they're in a 2 high without even attempting a disguise, base alignment, giving you either off ball man or Cover 4...and I'm not an NFL QB.

Ward and Greedy were literally drafted to be man/press man/quarters players, which is funny considering how well they did against Minnesota and Chicago using this, not to mention in the first half last night...but then Woods couldn't resist himself and went soft zone the entire 2nd Half...against the king of checkdowns himself, Teddy Bridgewater.

JOK has excelled in the APEX spot and JJ3 should be a box player, with Delpit and Harrison as the FS guys, with Hill in the slot. It's really not that hard to figure out the common denominator IMO.

End of rant.

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The Patriots are +60 against the Jets this year. They are -21 in their other 5 games.

The Texans beat the Jags by 16 and they have since lost by 25+ in 3 games. (-122 in those 6 weeks)

The Falcons are 3-0 against Miami, NY, and NY and outscored by 52 in their other 3 games.

 

I think we may need to combine the ideas of tiers and parity.

 

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