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    Re: The Optimal Run-Pass Ratio (Marrdro and I go at it again).

    "jmcdon00" wrote:
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    I repeat, the ultimate run-pass ratio is the one that allows the Vikings to beat any given team on any given Sunday.
    To pre-determine what the ratio will be beforehand, or to continue to stick with a certain percentage against a vastly different defense, week to week, would be just plain foolish.
    Sure, but more important is that you keep the randy ratio atleast to 10%.
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    Re: The Optimal Run-Pass Ratio (Marrdro and I go at it again).

    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    "cajunvike" wrote:
    I repeat, the ultimate run-pass ratio is the one that allows the Vikings to beat any given team on any given Sunday.
    To pre-determine what the ratio will be beforehand, or to continue to stick with a certain percentage against a vastly different defense, week to week, would be just plain foolish.
    Sure, but more important is that you keep the randy ratio atleast to 10%.
    You cannot defeat the Randy Ratio in proper proportion.

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    Re: The Optimal Run-Pass Ratio (Marrdro and I go at it again).

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    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    "cajunvike" wrote:
    I repeat, the ultimate run-pass ratio is the one that allows the Vikings to beat any given team on any given Sunday.
    To pre-determine what the ratio will be beforehand, or to continue to stick with a certain percentage against a vastly different defense, week to week, would be just plain foolish.
    Sure, but more important is that you keep the randy ratio atleast to 10%.
    You cannot defeat the Randy Ratio in proper proportion.
    In the Vikings' case, the Randy Ratio would be 0%.
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    Re: The Optimal Run-Pass Ratio (Marrdro and I go at it again).

    "cajunvike" wrote:
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    "jmcdon00" wrote:
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    I repeat, the ultimate run-pass ratio is the one that allows the Vikings to beat any given team on any given Sunday.
    To pre-determine what the ratio will be beforehand, or to continue to stick with a certain percentage against a vastly different defense, week to week, would be just plain foolish.
    Sure, but more important is that you keep the randy ratio atleast to 10%.
    You cannot defeat the Randy Ratio in proper proportion.
    In the Vikings' case, the Randy Ratio would be 0%.
    Correct, however due to this fact, the AD Advantage needs to be increased by 30%.

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    Re: The Optimal Run-Pass Ratio (Marrdro and I go at it again).

    "seaniemck7" wrote:
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    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    "cajunvike" wrote:
    I repeat, the ultimate run-pass ratio is the one that allows the Vikings to beat any given team on any given Sunday.
    To pre-determine what the ratio will be beforehand, or to continue to stick with a certain percentage against a vastly different defense, week to week, would be just plain foolish.
    Sure, but more important is that you keep the randy ratio atleast to 10%.
    You cannot defeat the Randy Ratio in proper proportion.
    In the Vikings' case, the Randy Ratio would be 0%.
    Correct, however due to this fact, the AD Advantage needs to be increased by 30%.
    Telling the opponent what we are going to do ahead of time didn't work with the Randy Ratio, and won't work for AP either.
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    Re: The Optimal Run-Pass Ratio (Marrdro and I go at it again).

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    [quote author=cajunvike link=topic=45919.msg798044#msg798044 date=1214939518]
    I repeat, the ultimate run-pass ratio is the one that allows the Vikings to beat any given team on any given Sunday.
    To pre-determine what the ratio will be beforehand, or to continue to stick with a certain percentage against a vastly different defense, week to week, would be just plain foolish.
    Sure, but more important is that you keep the randy ratio atleast to 10%.
    You cannot defeat the Randy Ratio in proper proportion.
    In the Vikings' case, the Randy Ratio would be 0%.
    Correct, however due to this fact, the AD Advantage needs to be increased by 30%.
    Telling the opponent what we are going to do ahead of time didn't work with the Randy Ratio, and won't work for AP either.
    [/quote]

    He only said that they wanted to have him touch the ball X times a game, not when those times would be. How do you suppose that helped the opposition at all?

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    Re: The Optimal Run-Pass Ratio (Marrdro and I go at it again).

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    Telling the opponent what we are going to do ahead of time didn't work with the Randy Ratio, and won't work for AP either.
    **SARCASM ON**

    Just think, If Tice wouldn't have mentioned the Randy Ratio, no team in the league would have ever guessed we were going to throw the ball to Randy most of the time.

    Good thing we are not saying that about AD. Teams will never figure out he will get the brunt of the carries if we don't say anything.

    **SARCASM OFF**

    The Randy Ratio didn't make any team prepare any more for Moss than they already were. NFL coaches aren't idiots, they can figure out quite easily who the go-to-guys are.

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    Re: The Optimal Run-Pass Ratio (Marrdro and I go at it again).

    "cajunvike" wrote:
    There is only ONE optimal run/pass ratio...the ratio that beats that day's opponent.
    Anything else is artificial.
    In-game adjustment of the ratio is what wins games...and if Chilly can master the in-game adjustment, we wont even care what the ratio ends up being.
    I couldn't agree more or had said it better cajun!
    Thanks for saving me the time of reading the other 5 pages! :P

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