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    Re: Deep passes (15+ yards) by qbs since 2000

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    Flacco always looks all pro in practice LeBron is still number two LOL
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    Re: Deep passes (15+ yards) by qbs since 2000

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    Re: Deep passes (15+ yards) by qbs since 2000

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    Interesting graphic. Passes between 10-19 yards return the best epa (expected points added).





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    Re: Deep passes (15+ yards) by qbs since 2000

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    After looking at this, I assumed the Ravens scoring was more because of FGs i.e. Tucker than TDs i.e. Flacco. So I looked up the Ravens Red Zone TD percentage and they were surprisingly ranked #9: https://www.teamrankings.com/nfl/sta...ne-scoring-pct.

    I think that stat is misleading though because because I doubt we had as many RZ trips as say, the Rams or the Steelers, but it seems that we made ours count in terms of scoring TDs.
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    Re: Deep passes (15+ yards) by qbs since 2000

    Quote Originally Posted by moviemaniacx View Post
    After looking at this, I assumed the Ravens scoring was more because of FGs i.e. Tucker than TDs i.e. Flacco. So I looked up the Ravens Red Zone TD percentage and they were surprisingly ranked #9: https://www.teamrankings.com/nfl/sta...ne-scoring-pct.

    I think that stat is misleading though because because I doubt we had as many RZ trips as say, the Rams or the Steelers, but it seems that we made ours count in terms of scoring TDs.
    I am not sure about that stat and don't have time to research right now. But looking at PFF they have the Ravens as one of the worst redzone teams in the league in 2017

    https://www.profootballfocus.com/new...one-efficiency

    T-28. BALTIMORE RAVENS – 14.1 PERCENT

    Red zone passing scores: 8
    Red zone rushing scores: 4
    The Baltimore Ravens have been all over the map this season on both sides of the ball, but one thing they have been pretty consistent in is their inability to convert red zone chances into scores. They have 12 total red zone touchdowns, but they have been in that area of the field the ninth-most.
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    Re: Deep passes (15+ yards) by qbs since 2000

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    I am not sure about that stat and don't have time to research right now. But looking at PFF they have the Ravens as one of the worst redzone teams in the league in 2017

    https://www.profootballfocus.com/new...one-efficiency

    T-28. BALTIMORE RAVENS – 14.1 PERCENT

    Red zone passing scores: 8
    Red zone rushing scores: 4
    The Baltimore Ravens have been all over the map this season on both sides of the ball, but one thing they have been pretty consistent in is their inability to convert red zone chances into scores. They have 12 total red zone touchdowns, but they have been in that area of the field the ninth-most.
    See that's what I thought. We've been anemic in the RZ, outside of Tucker. Thanks RWT.
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