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    A few pre-season stats...



    EDIT: Added Cincy


    Someone over on the Browns board pulled some numbers together from the preseason so far:



    Cincy TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 59
    Browns TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 50
    Steelers TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 57
    Ravens TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 55

    Cincy TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS 993
    Browns TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS 815
    Steelers TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS 897
    Ravens TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS 919

    Cincy TOTAL RUSHING YARDS 344/ RUSHING (Plays-Average Yards) 93 - 3.7
    Browns TOTAL RUSHING YARDS 319 / RUSHING (Plays-Average Yards) 76 - 4.2
    Steelers TOTAL RUSHING YARDS 291 / RUSHING (Plays-Average Yards) 74 - 3.9
    Ravens TOTAL RUSHING YARDS 360 / RUSHING (Plays-Average Yards) 83 - 4.3

    Cincy PASSING (Comp-Att-Int-Avg) 54 - 92 - 0 - 7.54
    Browns PASSING (Comp-Att-Int-Avg) 65 - 102 - 3 - 5.50
    Steelers PASSING (Comp-Att-Int-Avg) 68 - 117 - 4 - 5.56
    Ravens PASSING (Comp-Att-Int-Avg) 63 - 94 - 2 - 7.07

    Cincy SACKS 7
    Browns SACKS 8
    Steelers SACKS 6
    Ravens SACKS 10

    Cincy TOUCHDOWNS 13
    Browns TOUCHDOWNS 5
    Steelers TOUCHDOWNS 3
    Ravens TOUCHDOWNS 4


    Cincy - NO NUMBERS
    Browns KICKOFF RETURNS 9 195 21.7
    Steelers KICKOFF RETURNS 10 199 19.9
    Ravens KICKOFF RETURNS 13 302 23.2



    I am not terribly impressed with our group when compared to Cleveland, but when you stack us up agaist Pittsburgh...things don't look so bad. We lead in all but 2 categories.
    Last edited by Mobtown; 08-29-2006 at 09:37 AM.




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    Re: A few pre-season stats...

    McNair's completion percentage is all well above the rest of the NFL, which partially explains the good YPA average despite the lack of downfield balls.

    We have to start pushing the ball deeper down the field with McNair, if we can consistently hit some 15-25 yard patterns (2-3 completions a game on 5-7 attempts) we will back the D off enough to make the short passing and running game very effective. It won't take much to get the 8th man back out of the box. Especially with Mason's and Clayton's ability to get YAC.




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    Unhappy Re: A few pre-season stats...

    Cincy TOUCHDOWNS 13
    Browns TOUCHDOWNS 5
    Steelers TOUCHDOWNS 3
    Ravens TOUCHDOWNS 4
    The only important stat. Same old Ravens?





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    Re: A few pre-season stats...

    I used the attachment option to post the rest of the preseason stats. Looks to me that along with the OL, we need to get that secondary sorted out or we will be in serious trouble.
    Attached Files Attached Files




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    Re: A few pre-season stats...

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T
    The only important stat. Same old Ravens?

    Sadly the endzone remains a distant friend we cannot reach.

    We were so high after that opening drive in the first game by the starters.The taste of that excitement was so sweet.

    I hope the playbook has some new wrinkles in it for the regular season,once the Ravens offense gets in the redzone.
    Put the smile back on your face.This is a 60 minute ball game.




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    Arrow Re: A few pre-season stats...

    hope the playbook has some new wrinkles in it for the regular season,once the Ravens offense gets in the redzone.
    Here's where I am hoping to see Mike Anderson contribute as a TD specialist. IIRC, he had some good red zone stats with the Broncos.





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    Re: A few pre-season stats...

    The high passing yards are short passes. Some of that was after Musa Smith ran with the ball after the pass. The important part of the game is to score TD's and we're STILL not doing that. I just pray that this is only the play we will see in pre-season and not the real season. All the yardage in the world won't help if we can't get into the end zone.





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    Re: A few pre-season stats...

    Other key stats are total red zone attempts and redzone TD conversion %.

    I know Cincy ranked high in both stats last year.

    FM




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    Re: A few pre-season stats...

    Are those sacks by the D or sacks allowed?
    She had me at "Hell, NO!"




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    Re: A few pre-season stats...

    Another stat, Jamal Lewis;
    61 yards on 15 carries. An I the only one impressed by this?




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    Re: A few pre-season stats...

    Quote Originally Posted by BaltimoreRon
    Are those sacks by the D or sacks allowed?
    We have sacked the QB 10 times.
    Our QB has been sacked 15 times.





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