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    Re: How Tom Brady Can Make the Vikings Season One to Remember

    "gregair13" wrote:

    It is still there.

    http://sports.iwon.com/nfl/stats/league/passesdropped.html
    Random thought on this:
    What about number of offensive players ran per game. The vikings ran about 62 per game where as arizona (regular season, maybe the best offenses in the league) ran about 75 plays per game. To get those numbers all I did was add up all the offense plays (passing + rushing attempts) and divide by 16 (number of games).

    So if we had 10 more plays on offense per game, what would that mean to [incert whatever you want to argue about here]?
    We have 10 less plays because AD is stubborn and has to take it to the house from outside the redzone, or fumble.

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    Re: How Tom Brady Can Make the Vikings Season One to Remember

    "gregair13" wrote:

    It is still there.

    http://sports.iwon.com/nfl/stats/league/passesdropped.html
    Random thought on this:
    What about number of offensive players ran per game. The vikings ran about 62 per game where as arizona (regular season, maybe the best offenses in the league) ran about 75 plays per game. To get those numbers all I did was add up all the offense plays (passing + rushing attempts) and divide by 16 (number of games).

    So if we had 10 more plays on offense per game, what would that mean to [incert whatever you want to argue about here]?
    1) It would mean our offense was better or the defense was giving us more possessions through turnovers.

    or

    2) It would mean we abandoned the KAO and installed a real one ;D

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    Re: How Tom Brady Can Make the Vikings Season One to Remember

    "jessejames09" wrote:
    "gregair13" wrote:

    It is still there.

    http://sports.iwon.com/nfl/stats/league/passesdropped.html
    Random thought on this:
    What about number of offensive players ran per game. The vikings ran about 62 per game where as arizona (regular season, maybe the best offenses in the league) ran about 75 plays per game. To get those numbers all I did was add up all the offense plays (passing + rushing attempts) and divide by 16 (number of games).

    So if we had 10 more plays on offense per game, what would that mean to [incert whatever you want to argue about here]?
    We have 10 less plays because AD is stubborn and has to take it to the house from outside the redzone, or fumble.
    Yeah, we'd have 10 more on the season, not even one more per game on average.

    And it's actually 9. And he only lost 4.

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    Re: How Tom Brady Can Make the Vikings Season One to Remember

    [size=13pt]How much is too much for Matt Cassel?[/size]

    February 10, 8:09 PM

    by Jason Norton, Minnesota Vikings Examiner


    We are near the beginning of a long offseason of speculation. Everybody has their own take on who the next quarterback of the Vikings should be. A small percentage say Tarvaris Jackson, while most throw around names like Matt Cassel, Brett Favre, Donovan McNabb, Derek Anderson, Matt Hasselbeck and Jeff Garcia, among others...

    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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    Re: How Tom Brady Can Make the Vikings Season One to Remember

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    "jessejames09" wrote:
    "gregair13" wrote:

    It is still there.

    http://sports.iwon.com/nfl/stats/league/passesdropped.html
    Random thought on this:
    What about number of offensive players ran per game. The vikings ran about 62 per game where as arizona (regular season, maybe the best offenses in the league) ran about 75 plays per game. To get those numbers all I did was add up all the offense plays (passing + rushing attempts) and divide by 16 (number of games).

    So if we had 10 more plays on offense per game, what would that mean to [incert whatever you want to argue about here]?
    We have 10 less plays because AD is stubborn and has to take it to the house from outside the redzone, or fumble.
    Yeah, we'd have 10 more on the season, not even one more per game on average.

    And it's actually 9. And he only lost 4.
    I was joking, and I only added "or fumbles" because I knew if i didn't someone else would.

    I'm assuming you missed the part about AD being stubborn and taking it to the house. If AD breaks off a 60 yard run he's taking plays away from the offense. If he only gains 3 to 4 yards whose to say the offense won't run another 7 plays and score a TD.

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    Re: How Tom Brady Can Make the Vikings Season One to Remember

    Take a look around the NFL last season.
    Yes Cassel did very well with a good team. But there were a few former Vikings 3rd QBs ripping it up with not so good of teams.
    How is it our 3rd stringers go to other teams and start? Not only start but do pretty well while the Vikes struggle with their QB of the future.
    They say Booty isn't going to be our guy.
    Why not give him a shot?
    He couldn't have done much worse than TJ and who knows what could happen.
    I guess we will see when the Vikes let him go and he starts for another team.
    I don't get it.
    I think drafting TJ screwed up the Vikes chance of a good QB.
    They stood behind him too long starting when they drafted him.
    Thought that then, think it now.

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    Re: How Tom Brady Can Make the Vikings Season One to Remember

    "stjmnsota" wrote:
    Take a look around the NFL last season.
    Yes Cassel did very well with a good team. But there were a few former Vikings 3rd QBs ripping it up with not so good of teams.
    How is it our 3rd stringers go to other teams and start? Not only start but do pretty well while the Vikes struggle with their QB of the future.
    They say Booty isn't going to be our guy.
    Why not give him a shot?
    He couldn't have done much worse than TJ and who knows what could happen.
    I guess we will see when the Vikes let him go and he starts for another team.
    I don't get it.
    I think drafting TJ screwed up the Vikes chance of a good QB.
    They stood behind him too long starting when they drafted him.
    Thought that then, think it now.
    how about we have a shitty offensive coordinator and shitty QB coach... so when guys go to other teams and get real coaching then they have better results...

    and to say booty could do no worse than TJ is like saying Jessical Alba is ugly as shit... it wouldn't have even been close!

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