Where's Quentin Sims....?

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    Re: Where's Quentin Sims....?

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    Really? Check this out:

    Both teams have scored 38 TDs on offense.

    Seattle has 25 passing TDs, Pats have 23.

    Seattle has 13 rushing TDs, Pats have 15.

    I'm talking about in the RZ.  Without Gronk the Patriots had the worst RZ efficiency in the NFL.  The Seahawks have been a pretty good RZ team without big targets.  I'm claiming it is because of their RB and the mobile QB.  That's it.  Nothing more nothing less.

     
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    Re: Where's Quentin Sims....?

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    Point being there's more than one way to matriculate the football. You don't need 6'4 WRs. Pats have few issues moving the ball. 

     



    They do struggle punching it in without a big guy though.  I think the Seahawks make do in the RZ without big receivers because of their RB and the QB as a threat to run.

     



    Really? Check this out:

    Both teams have scored 38 TDs on offense.

    Seattle has 25 passing TDs, Pats have 23.

    Seattle has 13 rushing TDs, Pats have 15.




    Hmmmmm. Seattle's D

    pts allowed: 14.6 per/rank #1

    yds allowed: 279.5 per/rank #1

    Pass yds allowed: 174.2 per/rank # 1

    Rush yds allowed: 105.3 per/ rank #10

    Not to shabby.......

     
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    Re: Where's Quentin Sims....?

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    Point being there's more than one way to matriculate the football. You don't need 6'4 WRs. Pats have few issues moving the ball. 

     



    They do struggle punching it in without a big guy though.  I think the Seahawks make do in the RZ without big receivers because of their RB and the QB as a threat to run.

     



    Really? Check this out:

    Both teams have scored 38 TDs on offense.

    Seattle has 25 passing TDs, Pats have 23.

    Seattle has 13 rushing TDs, Pats have 15.




    Hmmmmm. Seattle's D

    pts allowed: 14.6 per/rank #1

    yds allowed: 279.5 per/rank #1

    Pass yds allowed: 174.2 per/rank # 1

    Rush yds allowed: 105.3 per/ rank #10

    Not to shabby.......



    Yes, well that's an entirely different discussion. But thanks for the input, I guess...

     
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    Re: Where's Quentin Sims....?

    In response to pcmIV's comment:

    In response to Muzwell's comment:

     

    Really? Check this out:

    Both teams have scored 38 TDs on offense.

    Seattle has 25 passing TDs, Pats have 23.

    Seattle has 13 rushing TDs, Pats have 15.

     

     

    I'm talking about in the RZ.  Without Gronk the Patriots had the worst RZ efficiency in the NFL.  The Seahawks have been a pretty good RZ team without big targets.  I'm claiming it is because of their RB and the mobile QB.  That's it.  Nothing more nothing less.



    I think the numbers bear out that the Pats don't have a problem running the ball into the end zone. They're just as a good at it as the best teams in football. Maybe the problem is play calling? Maybe they shouldn't get so pass happy in the RZ.

     
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