Interesting stat.

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    In Response to Re: Interesting stat. : Spin away Truechump. Let's try the Niners D. Vs the Saints they faced 15 drives, vs the Giants the same. The Pats' D faced 8 in the SB. The Niners averaged giving up 1.73 points a drive. We averaged 2.37 a drive in the SB. Care to look at any more, phoney?
    Posted by BabeParilli



    Come on now, this is a little oversimplified. Two of the 'drives' the Saints had were possessions when they got the ball back with 12 seconds left in the first half, and 3 seconds left in the game. If you count the 13 real drives the Saints had, they averaged 2.46 points per drive vs. the Niners. And the game against the Giants was in a driving rain and wind storm which featured 22 punts (thats an average of more than one every three minutes). There was very little the offenses could do in that storm. 
                        
    I usually don't bother responding to baby, but can somebody explain to me how listing the actual ppg allowed for post season defense's is "spin"??? i offered no opinion, I just added my own "interesting stat". 

    If I wanted to spin I would say if the Gints hadn't of played the offensively inept Falcons we probably would have been #1 in ppg allowed on defense in the entire damn post season, yet we would still have a few fans here try to explain how our severely short handed defense was the reason why our 33 ppg offense only scored 17 points....again

     
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    Every stat is interesting except the score.
     
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    Another thread on the same topic between the same 5 people. Yippee.
     
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    In Response to Re: Interesting stat.:
    Another thread on the same topic between the same 5 people. Yippee.
    Posted by CaptainZdeno33


    Babe is just trolling at this point when he starts threads like these.  It was obvious from the first post that this was going to happen.

    That being said I can't believe people are actually talking about NE's D and SF's D as if they were anywhere in the same universe.
     
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    Love how certain people are only fans of one half of the team - didn't BB bring the offense and defense out as a single unit in the Super Bowl?  It's win as a team, lose as a team.
    Posted by Mighty2013

    Yeah really. It's all or nothing, offense and defense, you're either a fan of the team or your not. If you don't like the TEAM then go watch the Jets. 

    Patriots are going all the way this year.
     
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    There is a definate middle ground in this constant argument. If the d stays healthy, the o is more diverse, and execution is better in all phases this arguement ends.
     
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    In the end. All that counts are wins, who cares if some are ugly.
     
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    If, on the other hand, you've got a pretty potent offense and the other team is playing catch-up then, as has been stated, you'll be playing a lot bend-don't-break. 


    And the other team is "chucking it" , their bound to complete a few, or many if all you want to do is keep them in front of you. The yardage given up between the 20's you sacrifice field position if you don't score. The "don't score" is the whole point isn't it?
     
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    Babe, just for grins.....BB used 12 of 16 picks on defense over the last 5 years (in rd 1 & rd 2).
     
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