Re: some very interesting observations from PFF
posted at 12/11/2013 1:57 PM EST
In response to DeadAhead's comment:
In response to rkarp's comment:
In response to DeadAhead's comment:
I stopped reading when it said Talib was overmatched in the encounter. Talib, whether with help or not, shut down Gordon in the first half and most of the second. Gordon only had that one catch and run for the TD.
This is a classic case of them looking at a statline and clearly not watching the game.
Take away the one 80 yard catch and run and Gordon did nothing. Bess and Little also did nothing.
Huh? did you even watch the game? Gordon was targeted 7 times and had 7 rcpts. he also drew 3 PI flags. He had 5 1st down rcpts. He ran a reverse for big yardage and a 1st down. Oh yeah, he also had an 80 yard catch and run where he stiff armed argueably the most physical CB in the NFL and ran away from both Talib and McCourty for a score.
Yet, you feel he did nothing? Has a WR played a better game against the Pats this year?
You do realize that these teams are playing a full game, and not only half games correct? You seem to be focusing on the fact that TB did not play well in the first half, and neither did Gordon...
Wow, if you had any credibility...never mind, you dont
I just caught you lying. There is now way he had 7 targets and 7 receptions. I jusy went through their drives, because I knew that was a lie, so I just confirmed you lying again.
He had NO IMPACT in the game on those catches, except for the TD. Even the last catch he had which hit the ground with his hand moving and could have been called incomplete, Talib had fantastic coverage on it.
It was just a perfectly located ball. That's far from "overmatched".
You can shut out a beast like that for a half and call the defender "overmatched". Learn to read. He was not overmatched at all. In fact, outside of the one TD he had, NE's gameplan on him was factually brilliant.
I don't care how many targets someone like that has. I care about the damage he does. You're a moron. That guy is like a Moss or Megatron kind of matchup problem for a defense.
Campbell's first pass attempt to Gordon came in the 2nd qtr and it was incomplete.
His first completion? End of first half on a failed drive for 18 yards. This is not being "overmatched". At all. It's also impossible for him to be 100% on targets if he an incompletion was in his direction, Mr. Pathological Liar.
That's called SHUTTING DOWN Josh Gordon in the first half. If Talib was overmatched, Gordon would have at least caught one ball and been targeted more. Get it, stupid?
His first pass to start the 3rd qtr, incomplete. Uh oh! Not looking good for RKrap! This was the drive where Gordon TACKLED Talib for the Cameron TD, where to this day, no one can explain how that was NOT PI on Gordon. You can't be pushing someone back like that when the ball is in the air.
That's a penalty on Gordon and NO TD by the rules of the rulebook. Fact.
Next, the penalty on Talib for the feet entanglement is not PI on Talib. They never call feet entanglement, which is clearly incidental, as a penalty. So, you're wrong lying saying he drew penalties on Talib. That's a lie. Gordon himself got away with murder for the 6 points vs our D. The officiating was the most putrid in that game that I've seen all year in the endless amount of football I've watched.
It's fun exposing the living daylights out of liars and morons. How's that for crediblity?
The last impactful catch he had was the 16 yarder at the end where Talib had fantastic man defense but the lack of a pass rush on that play and a great throw allowed a questionable catch to stand.
You want credibility, boy? Do ya? I just bludgeoned the crap out of you an debunked every statement you made.
Finally, a great run on a reverse with great blocking in front of Gordon, with a great playcall, is not on Talib as a pass defender or even a run defender, MORON. It's a reverse.
Gordon-7 targets-7 rcpts
Jordan-10 targets-9 rcpts
total Jordan and Gordon-17 targets-16 rcpts (as outlined in the o/p via PFF)
go check the game stats