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  1. #1
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    Post Statistical analysis: Week 3



    Ravens

    OFFENSE
    PPG: 10th
    Total YPG: 23rd
    Rush YPG: 16th
    Pass YPG: 25th

    DEFENSE
    PPG: 3rd
    Total YPG: 2nd
    Rush YPG: 1st
    Pass YPG: 4th
    Sacks: 1st (t)

    TURNOVERS
    Rank: 1st (+10, 5 ahead of 2nd best team -- Wow!)

    Thoughts?




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    Re: Statistical analysis: Week 3

    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack View Post
    Ravens

    TURNOVERS
    Rank: 1st (+10, 5 ahead of 2nd best team -- Wow!)

    Thoughts?
    And that one stat is probably the biggest indicator of improvement from last year. Few turnovers on our part and causing more from our opponents.

    Gotta love it. But can we keep that up?




  3. #3

    Re: Statistical analysis: Week 3

    Our run defense has been awesome. I don't know who is number two but I suspect we're ahead of them by a wide margin.

    I'm actually a little surprised we're second in YPG allowed -- who is first?




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    Re: Statistical analysis: Week 3

    Quote Originally Posted by highwater View Post
    I'm actually a little surprised we're second in YPG allowed -- who is first?

    I believe it's San Deigo, but thats only because they were idle this week.




  5. #5

    Re: Statistical analysis: Week 3

    Woudn't it be great if that offense in the 4th quarter kept going against San Diego and we really made a statement.

    I'm really excited about the matchup.




  6. #6

    Re: Statistical analysis: Week 3

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenflash View Post
    I believe it's San Deigo, but thats only because they were idle this week.

    It might be San Diego, but the fact they were idle this week shouldn't factor into it, since this stat is yards per game.




  7. #7

    Re: Statistical analysis: Week 3

    +10 after 3 games. Kinda ridiculous.




  8. #8

    Re: Statistical analysis: Week 3

    Even after yesterday we're in the top 5 for pass defense. Offense is slightly better, but I imagine we'll be in the top 16 of all category's before the season comes to a close.




  9. #9

    Re: Statistical analysis: Week 3

    Although the defense was slightly susceptible to the pass yesterday, they still appear nearly as dominant as the Purple Pain Defense of old...

    Guys flying to the ball, hellbent for destruction is just the way we like em'...

    Now if only the offense could operate with even HALF that precision we'd be making reservations for South Beach in February...

    UNLEASH THE BEASTS!!!!




  10. #10

    Re: Statistical analysis: Week 3

    HI, i new this board you guys seem pretty knowledgeable, look forward to posting here




  11. #11

    Re: Statistical analysis: Week 3

    Some more DEFENSIVE stats as well:

    Yds/Rush - 1.8 (1st)
    Yds/Play - 3.5 (2nd)
    INTs - 7 (1st)
    Penalty Yards - 83 (2nd)

    Bottom line, our defensive numbers have just been sick this year. With the talent & speed we have back there, a brutal pass-rush spells disaster for the opposition.




  12. #12

    Re: Statistical analysis: Week 3

    Phillip Rivers beware...

    UNLEASH THE BEASTS!!!!




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