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  • 1st & 10 at NYG 35

    (12:59 - 4th) (No Huddle, Shotgun) D.Jones sacked at NYG 31 for -4 yards (M.Judon).

  • 2nd & 14 at NYG 31

    (12:21 - 4th) (No Huddle, Shotgun) D.Jones sacked at NYG 23 for -8 yards (P.McPhee).

  • 3rd & 22 at NYG 23

    (11:35 - 4th) (No Huddle, Shotgun) D.Jones sacked at NYG 22 for -1 yards (C.Board).

  • 4th & 23 at NYG 22

    (11:03 - 4th) R.Dixon punts 42 yards to BLT 36, Center-C.Kreiter, fair catch by D.Duvernay. PENALTY on BLT-J.Hill, Roughing the Kicker, 15 yards, enforced at NYG 22 - No Play.

I don't have access to the data to back this up, but I'm 99.9% sure no team has given up a TD on a drive where they had 3 consecutive sacks before.

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1 hour ago, AFlaccoSeagulls said:

 

Interestingly, neither has the other "raw" prospect from 2018, Josh Allen. Only 36 TDs for him though (he has thrown more passes at 151 to 124, it should be noted) 

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22 minutes ago, Forge said:

Interestingly, neither has the other "raw" prospect from 2018, Josh Allen. Only 36 TDs for him though (he has thrown more passes at 151 to 124, it should be noted) 

Nick Chubb leads the 2018 draft class with 27 rushing TDs

QBs Allen (25) and Jackson (19) are 2nd and 3rd in that category.

Saquon is 4th at 17

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3 minutes ago, Malfatron said:

Middle of the pack tbh.

Im assuming over half the QB have 100+ to 0.

pretty safe assumption

I'm pretty sure the results of NFL games are based on total points scored for both teams and not Red Zone stats.

I get how it could be confusing to middle of the pack logic.

 

I know after Jackson put up 97 yards passing in a 14 point loss to the Chiefs everyone only cared about the Red Zone interception percentages after that one.

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1 hour ago, SkippyX said:

I'm pretty sure the results of NFL games are based on total points scored for both teams and not Red Zone stats.

I get how it could be confusing to middle of the pack logic.

 

I know after Jackson put up 97 yards passing in a 14 point loss to the Chiefs everyone only cared about the Red Zone interception percentages after that one.

once he gets down there, he gets the job done.

Case closed.

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Mahomes has

  • That regular season MVP
  • That Lombardi Trophy
  • That Super Bowl MVP
  • That fat contract.
  • That #1 regular season passer rating in NFL history
  • That #1 playoffs passer rating in NFL History
  • That 14-1 record and the 1 seed with the bye.
  • That top 2 finish in this year's MVP race (we will see)

But that passer rating on deep balls over the middle is so important though! 👀

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