Re: To all (well the 3) Defense is not the Problem Posters
posted at 3/15/2014 6:21 PM EDT
In response to wozzy's comment:
In response to MattC05's comment:
Maybe now the defense will get off the field so the offense will have more than 8 possessions to work with.
Possessions arguement is a crock of sht, in the last Super Bowl both teams had an equal amount of possessions (9 actually), our offense turned the ball over twice, once a safety.
Our defense actually forced the Giants to punt four times, once more than the Giant defense did to us.
Offense has to move the ball and score points, they didn't. Excuses are for losers.
Crock of s hit my azz! Equal possessions isn't even an issue. W T F, They normally are equal. ITS THE LACK OF THEM THAT MATTERS! 7 possessions is 5 less than an average NFL game.
That's 5 LESS OPPORTUNITIES TO SCORE!!! For both teams. DO YOU GET IT YET?
7 possessions means a total of 49 points you can score, 12 means 84 total points you can score. 5 less possessions means that's 35 points you CAN'T SCORE.
Why don't you go back and check all the games where the Pats scored 34 points and see how many possessions there were? 12+, that's how many.. Now go check the low scoring games.
You will always see lower points scored with lower possessions!
Do you get why they are always mentioning "the D NEEDS to get off the field"?
It's because the O CAN"T score with the D on the field and the game is timed.
How many times do we have to explain this to you?
Do you think you can bowl a 300 game with only 7 frames?
No you can't and neither can you score your average points with 5 less possessions unless you are fortunate enough to be playing a jv D, like the Pats. Then you can score on all but one possession. See how that works? DUH!
Christ. Even my 10 year old daughter understand that with less opportunities to score, you are likely to score less. It's 3rd grade math. lol