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  • #31
    Originally posted by CHEF LUIGI View Post

    in 256 games of the regular season the team with the most rushing attempts will win 254 times. turnovers and defensive scoring will alter the outcome from a PERFECT 100 %
    So...

    As more games happen where the winning team has less rush attempts than the losing team, are you going to adjust your percentage as we go? Or are you going to admit that maybe there is more that goes into successful offensive football than rush attempts?

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    • #32
      Zeke crushed it for the big D.

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      • #33
        Not this ****ing argument. Why not just run wishbone and punt on QB if it is all about rushing attempts.

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        • #34
          Teams run more when they’re already ahead. Easy to look at a stat, and make a self fulfilling prophecy from it.

          I would bet that almost 100% of teams who have more PATs At the end of a game win. So it’s simple, really, just attempt more extra points and you win!

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          • #35
            2:00 warning and saints won with less rushing attempts than Houston.

            But since the next few plays will be to run out the clock it’ll skew it. They should still have less rushing attempts.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Drunken.Broncoholic2 View Post
              2:00 warning and saints won with less rushing attempts than Houston.

              But since the next few plays will be to run out the clock it’ll skew it. They should still have less rushing attempts.
              The clown said he would stop talking about this is someone could find 3 games where a team lost if running 30 times. Hasn't kept his word.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Dedhed View Post
                Teams run more when they’re already ahead. Easy to look at a stat, and make a self fulfilling prophecy from it.

                I would bet that almost 100% of teams who have more PATs At the end of a game win. So it’s simple, really, just attempt more extra points and you win!
                We already know busboy Luigi doesn't get this part of it. We're still just laughing at his 100% or 99.whatever claim.

                Dude literally doesn't know how to read a box score.

                As I type the Texans have 5 more carries than the Saints. Sai ts up 3 with 1:47 to go in FG range. Of course they are handing off every time

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by DENVERDUI55 View Post

                  The clown said he would stop talking about this is someone could find 3 games where a team lost if running 30 times. Hasn't kept his word.



                  Lmao saints go conservative after 2 minute warning by rushing the ball. Houston comes out and passes their way to tie it.

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                  • #39
                    I looked at the first 5 weeks from last year. There were usually 2-3 games per week where the team with fewer rushing attempts won.

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                    • #40
                      Anywhere else to catch

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                      • #41
                        Saints need to run here if they want to win! (According to Chef)

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Arkie View Post
                          I looked at the first 5 weeks from last year. There were usually 2-3 games per week where the team with fewer rushing attempts won.
                          That's about right. Some weeks it's 1-2 and some it's none and some it's 3. He'll never stop moving the goal posts on this though.

                          He claimed 254 this year and it's already dust.

                          BRONCO TIME!

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