Re: Talk about a shift in Offensive philosophy!
posted at 1/1/2013 9:53 AM EST
In response to RockScully's comment:
In response to ccnsd's comment:
In response to coolade2's comment:
Good post bill... It is clear evidence along with yardage stats (420 MORE YARDS) that this years offense (mcd) is far more balanced therefore vastly superior to last years (obie the schizoid monkey) version.
Obie lovers should soak these brilliant facts up their wayward aszes and start seeing the light of day.
Read Shenanigans post before saying falsehoods. The Pats were tied for 3rd in rushing TD's in 2011 and in 2010 they were tied for 2nd, a grand total of 1 TD behind first place. Lets not let facts get in the way of a good story.
Misleading. That came early in the year when BJGE had the most TDs in 2010 and through Week 5 of the 2011 season.
After the Jets game, when he had the turf toe injury, that number dropped dramatically for like 2 months and on into the playoffs.
So, again, the concept comes back to a fluid style of play, balance and consistency. It's like saying a marathon runner averaged a certain time, but what good is it if the way they got that time only had a great rate of speed very early in the race and they got 3rd place because of mismanagement of the course?
All you're doing (with others) is doing what GM does. "Well, let's open the books and see how can we can look at the numbers and get them to look how I want them to look so I can tell the board how great we're doing."
Numbers don't always tell the actual story.
Do you ever stop lying? Numbers do tell the story. Stats are compiled at the conclusion of the year and not "early in the year" ?????? W T F.
Benny DID NOT have the most rushing TD's in 2010, Foster (18), Bowe (15) Benny tied with 3 other guys @ 13. Yes, they were 2nd in 2010. Facts don't lie no matter what twisted logic you attempt to excrete.
Once again, you are a liar and a fraud