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37 minutes ago, Hunter2_1 said:

24/10

Deshaun Watson: League's lowest adjusted completion %. So, factoring in drops. His receivers have only dropped 2 passes (1.1%) all season

Brandon Graham: Leading edge defenders in run stop efficiency. 15.4% blown up (10 run stops on 65 run snaps)

Boddy-Calhoun: Giving up fewest receptions in football. 1 catch every 44.5 coverage snaps. Least targeted CB in the game, despite playing 178 coverage snaps. Also leading league in yards per coverage snap given up. Allowed 0.14 yards per snap.

Kony Ealy: 8 batted passes, which is twice more than any DLer

Diggs: 4th in yards per route run, Thielen: 6th. Good measure, as it's usually Brown and Jones topping this stat. 

 

That calhoun set of stats is impressive. @LETSGOBROWNIES can you confirm?

He's played well, did so last year too.

Numbers may be a bit misleading, but yeah, he's been solid. 

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That seems ...not good

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2 minutes ago, iPwn said:

That seems ...not good

If the Browns go winless this year, Hue will be 1-31 with the Browns. Let that sink in for a second. 1-31. 

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On 10/21/2017 at 8:00 AM, bucsfan333 said:

Vernon Hargreaves III is on pace to give up almost 1,300 yards this year.

Man, i hope he bounces back. Thought he was gonna be one of the best

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1 minute ago, KhanYouDigIt said:

KYDI Power Rankings:

1) Rams

2) Jags

3-32) who cares

 

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28 minutes ago, packerrfan74 said:

Man, i hope he bounces back. Thought he was gonna be one of the best

We moved him to the slot against Buffalo and Tygod went 0/4 throwing at him. And he had a pass defensed. So we'll see.

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35 minutes ago, KhanYouDigIt said:

 

On the odd weeks of the season, yes(4-0). They suck during the even weeks(0-3). If you don't factor in the garbage time points in the Titans/Jags game(including our last TD), Jags have a -40 point differential in their even weeks. +107 in the odd weeks.

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13 minutes ago, TitanLegend said:

On the odd weeks of the season, yes(4-0). They suck during the even weeks(0-3). If you don't factor in the garbage time points in the Titans/Jags game(including our last TD), Jags have a -40 point differential in their even weeks. +107 in the odd weeks.

I don’t get it. It is so weird. It is nice to win some games but they have to learn to stack some wins.

since Marrone took over as HC:

W-L-W-L-W-L-W-L-W

 

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Just now, KhanYouDigIt said:

I don’t get it. It is so weird. It is nice to win some games but they have to learn to stack some wins.

since Marrone took over as HC:

W-L-W-L-W-L-W-L-W

 

Nothing makes sense this season.

I just hope that trend continues cause the Titans/Jags 2nd game is also an even week.

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Yup the Jags are having as odd a season as ever. Margin of victory of nearly 27 PPG away from Jacksonville, winless at home. Have yet to put together 2 consecutive wins. You'll see that the 2013 Panthers started 4-3 too and had an even higher margin of victory, but it played out completely different, as it was just a typical case of a slow start. After 1-3 they never looked back and finished 12-4.

 

 

2014 Chargers and 2012 Bears are the only two teams this century to boast a +10 PPG differential through 7 games and miss the playoffs:

 

Only other teams to meet that mark while also losing 3 games since the 16 game season:

  • 13 Panthers (12-4)
  • 00 Broncos (11-5)
  • 86 Patriots (11-5)

 

 

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