Points Per Drive in SB46

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    Points Per Drive in SB46

    Pats offense:

    Points scored per drive:  1.67 (net 15 on 9 drives)

    Giants D regular season average:  1.99

    Giants D post-season average:  1.00 

    Pats defense:

    Points allowed per drive:  2.375 (19 points on 8 drives)

    Giants O regular season average:  1.98

    Giants O post-season average:   2.13

     

    The Pats scored 0.22 fewer points per drive than the Giants' average regular season opponent, but 0.67 more points per drive than the Giants' other three post season opponents.

    The Pats allowed 0.395 more points per drive than the Giants' average regular season opponent and 0.245 more points per drive than the Giants' other three post season opponents.

     

     
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    Re: Points Per Drive in SB46

    Who gives a F about averages in the context of one game?

    The Patriots offense scored 17 points but gave up two on a safety = 15 points

    The Giant's scored 19 points, two points given to them by the Pat's offense.

    The only way we would have won this game with the offense being this inept was for the defense to pitch a shut out, considering our best pass rusher was lost for the year and the offense turned the ball over twice, I'd say the defense played average and the offense stunk... period.

     

     
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    Re: Points Per Drive in SB46

    Ok then don't comment on thread you don't give an F about lol.

     
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    Re: Points Per Drive in SB46

    "The only way we would have won this game with the offense being this inept was for the defense to pitch a shut out"

     

    Or simply not wilt like pansies and let The Giants march down the field, unimpeded for a TD, with a minute to go surrendering the lead and game.

     
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    Re: Points Per Drive in SB46

    In response to wozzy's comment:

    Who gives a F about averages in the context of one game?

    The Patriots offense scored 17 points but gave up two on a safety = 15 points

    The Giant's scored 19 points, two points given to them by the Pat's offense.

    The only way we would have won this game with the offense being this inept was for the defense to pitch a shut out, considering our best pass rusher was lost for the year and the offense turned the ball over twice, I'd say the defense played average and the offense stunk... period.

     




    Which of course supports your theory that if than ran more they would have won.

    Of course you say the O sucked.  Too bad that's not reality

    This is what really sucks.  a DPR of + 90 and the fact that no team in the histery of the NFL has EVER won a SB with that high of a rating despite how well their O played.

    Now that sux!

    They are actually talking about passer rating differential on Patriots.com (right this very moment) as being the most accurate stat in determining winners.

     
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    Re: Points Per Drive in SB46

    Welker - CATCH the ball

     
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