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2012-12-04 02:07:28 PM  

Treygreen13: 3. This leggy WAG is married to which RB?


Since her last name is Foster, I'm going to guess Arian Foster.
QB No. 2 is Philip Rivers.
 
2012-12-04 02:08:10 PM  
1. Bradford
2. Rivers
3. Quinn

1. Watt (Hou)
2. Niners
3. Saints

1. J. Campbell
2. Belichick
3. F. Jackson (Buf)
 
2012-12-04 02:09:35 PM  
Not every undefeated team deserves a playoff bid. That's why there's the Fifth Weekennial Official Unofficial NFL Colley Rankings and Tier List!

You want to know the difference between human pollsters and emotionless computers? Scroll down to the bottom. ESPN gave the Chiefs a reprieve from dead last (no pun intended, you horrible person) after winning the Jovan Belcher Kasandra Perkins Memorial Bowl. The Matrix said "fark that, you still suck." Though they did at least play their way out of the Shiat Tier.

Otherwise, no major surprises. The four teams that have clinched are in the top five. The three teams that have... anti-clinched?... are at the bottom. And in a relatively rare occurrence, the twelve teams that would go to the playoffs if the season ended today are in the top twelve positions. (To put that in perspective, when Seattle made their Trollhawk run a couple years back, they finished the regular season ranked #22.)

Now then, here are some numbers and team names. As always, a plus means the computer rank is higher than the pollsters' and a minus means vice versa.

God Tier (2.0 < Z)
1) Houston Texans
Top Tier (1.5 < Z < 2.0)
2) Atlanta Falcons
Very High Tier (1.0 < Z < 1.5)
3) New England Patriots
4) San Francisco 49ers
5) Denver Broncos
6) Green Bay Packers (+1)
7) Baltimore Ravens (-1)
8) Chicago Bears
High Tier (0.5 < Z < 1.0)
9) Indianapolis Colts
10) Seattle Seahawks (+2)
Upper Mid Tier (0.0 < Z < 0.5)
11) New York Giants (-1)
12) Pittsburgh Steelers (+1)
13) St. Louis Rams (+6)
14) Cincinnati Bengals (-3)
15) Minnesota Vikings (+2)
16) New York Jets (+6)
Lower Mid Tier (-0.5 < Z < 0.0)
17) Dallas Cowboys (-1)
18) Washington Redskins (-4)
19) Miami Dolphins (+1)
20) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-5)
21) Buffalo Bills (+2)
22) New Orleans Saints (-4)
Low Tier (-1.0 < Z < -0.5)
23) Arizona Cardinals (+4)
24) Tennessee Titans (+2)
25) Detroit Lions (-4)
26) Cleveland Browns (-2)
Very Low Tier (-1.5 < Z < -1.0)
27) San Diego Chargers (-2)
28) Carolina Panthers
29) Philadelphia Eagles (+1)
30) Jacksonville Jaguars (+2)
31) Oakland Raiders (-2)
Bottom Tier (-2.0 < Z < -1.5)
32) Kansas City Chiefs (-1)
S#!t Tier (Z < -2.0)
(none)


Charts: Original Ratings | Normalized Ratings | Power Rankings
 
2012-12-04 02:09:47 PM  

NewWorldDan: scottydoesntknow: Anyone else think Breesus for The Jake? I think it'll be Breesus for The Jake.

It's a close one, but Brees still threw for 341 yards. It may finally be Ponder's long over due chance to win the Jake. He looked like a franchise QB when he took apart the 49ers, but he's been dreadful since then. Sure, he's got no recievers to throw to, but even at that, it's been exceptionally bad.


That's not how The Jake works. The Jake is based on turnovers, and turnovers alone, in recognition of Jake Delhomme's 6 turnover preformance(5 INT, 1 FUM in a playoff game on his birthday). The only options for this week are Brees(5 INT) or Locker(3 INT 2 FUM), as they both had 5 turnovers. No one else can win it.
 
2012-12-04 02:10:21 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Anyone else think Breesus for The Jake? I think it'll be Breesus for The Jake.
/Has Breesus ever recieved The Jake before?


Ordinarily, anybody who throws 5 picks in a game would have to be considered a shoo-in, but he might have some competition from Mark Sanchez this week. Just take a look at Sanchez's stats:

C/ATT: 10/21
YDS: 97
INT: 3
RATING: 21.4

Of course, Sanchez's opponent in that game--and last week's Jake winner--wasn't a lot better, and in some respects was even more incompetent:

C/ATT: 10/31
YDS: 72
INT: 1
RATING: 28.0

Compared to those stats, Breesus's numbers don't look quite as pathetic as they should--at least he picked up some yardage and mixed in some completions amongst his 5 INTs:

C/ATT: 28/50
YDS: 341
INT: 5
RATING: 37.6

Still, it would be nice to see Breesus join the honored ranks of recipients of The Jake. But it's a tight competition this week for sure.
 
2012-12-04 02:10:33 PM  

IAmRight: Treygreen13: 3. This leggy WAG is married to which RB?

Since her last name is Foster, I'm going to guess Arian Foster.
QB No. 2 is Philip Rivers.


It sort of ruins the purpose of guessing people if you're peeking at file names. :P I don't care enough to re-host pictures of WAGs.
 
2012-12-04 02:10:52 PM  

thecpt: And without further ado, thecpt and Bunny Deville present to you This Week's version of The FAIL

For those who missed it last night, here is the inaugural fail


That's tasty.

WHAR GRAF!?!?!? WHAR!?!?!?!?

WHAR JAKE!?!?!?! WHAR!?!?!?!?!
 
2012-12-04 02:11:34 PM  

VTGremlin: NewWorldDan: scottydoesntknow: Anyone else think Breesus for The Jake? I think it'll be Breesus for The Jake.

It's a close one, but Brees still threw for 341 yards. It may finally be Ponder's long over due chance to win the Jake. He looked like a franchise QB when he took apart the 49ers, but he's been dreadful since then. Sure, he's got no recievers to throw to, but even at that, it's been exceptionally bad.

That's not how The Jake works. The Jake is based on turnovers, and turnovers alone, in recognition of Jake Delhomme's 6 turnover preformance(5 INT, 1 FUM in a playoff game on his birthday). The only options for this week are Brees(5 INT) or Locker(3 INT 2 FUM), as they both had 5 turnovers. No one else can win it.


And it really has to be Breesus or robsul82 will never live it down.
 
2012-12-04 02:11:52 PM  
The Jags have finally fallen all the way to the bottom.

Sigh.
 
2012-12-04 02:12:51 PM  
WHAR Harv2B's picks WHAR?
 
2012-12-04 02:14:29 PM  

Bunny Deville: The Jags have finally fallen all the way to the bottom.

Sigh.


Only way is up from there!

upload.wikimedia.org

/Owned that on cassette single
 
2012-12-04 02:15:25 PM  

xaks: So, is this gonna be the picks thread for the week now, or is there another one scheduled? I've got mine mostly done and ready to go...


Picks reviewed here, picks are generally posted for the following week in the Sunday thread. Thursday picks usually show up in the Thursday game thread.
 
2012-12-04 02:15:42 PM  
People, people. Turnovers are the only thing that matter in The Jake, unless there is a tie. It doesn't matter if QB #1 goes 27/32 with 4 TDs and 5 INTs and QB #2 goes 3/40 with 0TDs and 4 INTs. Unless QB #1 with his 5 picks wins the game and therefore gets a "winners exemption" like Matt Ryan did versus the Cardinals, he wins The Jake every time. Stats don't matter.
 
2012-12-04 02:15:42 PM  
Name that QB:

1. The NFL average for completion percentage is 61.4%. Which NFL QB is the closest to the NFL average when it comes to completion percentage? Drew Brees?
2. After a rough week, Drew Brees took the NFL lead in Interceptions. Wait, scratch that. Drew Brees is actually tied with someone at the top with 16 INTs. But who? Andrew Luck. That one was too easy
3. Nothing illustrates the bizarre Week 13 for QBs more than this player leading the week in completions. Mark Sanchez? Oh wait you said completions... um, since it's "bizarre", I'll say Charlie Batch

Name that Defense:

1. This man stands over the body of the QB. He stands as the yang to offense's yin. He leads the NFL in sacks. Aldon Smith
2. Stout defense should get the other team off the field on 3rd down. But what about 4th down? This team has only allowed 1 4th down conversion and allows the lowest percentage of 4th down conversions.Umm, Philly? My guess is teams haven't had to try for a 4th down play against them in a while
3. Interceptions are exciting. Pick sixes are even more exciting. 99 yard pick sixes are probably the most exciting defensive play to witness. This team has a 99 yard pick six this season. That was the Saints a few weeks ago by Robinson. They only played the highlight 100 times.

I'll skip the WAG section.
 
2012-12-04 02:16:11 PM  

Cyberluddite: Ordinarily, anybody who throws 5 picks in a game would have to be considered a shoo-in, but he might have some competition from Mark Sanchez this week. Just take a look at Sanchez's stats:


The Jake is concerned only with turnovers. It doesn't even matter how the turnovers happened unless there's a tie.
 
2012-12-04 02:18:33 PM  

LucklessWonder: WHAR Harv2B's picks WHAR?


So, I'm not the only one that reads those.

Oh, and at least the Lions played like they weren't in high school for most of the game. That's 2 weeks in a row, a new record, even though they lost both.

/relurk
 
2012-12-04 02:19:02 PM  

Dr Dreidel: Treygreen13: 99 yard pick sixes are probably the most exciting defensive play to witness. This team has a 99 yard pick six this season.

Huh. And with that defense, too.


Carson Palmer strikes again.


VTGremlin: The only options for this week are Brees(5 INT) or Locker(3 INT 2 FUM), as they both had 5 turnovers. No one else can win it.


And I would vote that Brees gets an honorary 6th turnover for the way the 1st half ended.
 
2012-12-04 02:19:42 PM  

Treygreen13: Cyberluddite: Ordinarily, anybody who throws 5 picks in a game would have to be considered a shoo-in, but he might have some competition from Mark Sanchez this week. Just take a look at Sanchez's stats:

The Jake is concerned only with turnovers. It doesn't even matter how the turnovers happened unless there's a tie.


That's true. Never mind. Breesus it is, then.
 
2012-12-04 02:20:09 PM  

Treygreen13: Cyberluddite: Ordinarily, anybody who throws 5 picks in a game would have to be considered a shoo-in, but he might have some competition from Mark Sanchez this week. Just take a look at Sanchez's stats:

The Jake is concerned only with turnovers. It doesn't even matter how the turnovers happened unless there's a tie.


I didn't see locker play (3 int, 2Fum?) and considering one int wasn't Brees's fault and the other one was practically a junk lob, does Locker deserve it more?
 
2012-12-04 02:20:26 PM  

VTGremlin: People, people. Turnovers are the only thing that matter in The Jake, unless there is a tie. It doesn't matter if QB #1 goes 27/32 with 4 TDs and 5 INTs and QB #2 goes 3/40 with 0TDs and 4 INTs. Unless QB #1 with his 5 picks wins the game and therefore gets a "winners exemption" like Matt Ryan did versus the Cardinals, he wins The Jake every time. Stats don't matter.


Well, you do have to have tiebreakers.

/it's closer to Brees' birthday (January) than Locker's birthday (June)
//if Aaron Rodgers would've gone full Jake, it was his actual birthday, so it would've been as close as he can possibly go to perfect Delhomme
///however, not a playoff game, so not possible
////it is possible for Brees to go full Delhomme
///though in fairness, Brett Favre turned the ball over 6 times in a playoff game before it was cool
 
2012-12-04 02:20:34 PM  
John Clayton: Andrew Luck may go down as the greatest rookie quarterback in NFL history.

WTF is he smoking because I'll have some of that. Now... I love Andrew Luck. I think he's very good, gonna get better, and I'd be nothing less than super duper excited about the future of my team if my team had the guy. But greatest rookie qb in NFL history? I don't know if Clayton looks at the stats on the website he works for, but there's two rookie qb's this year alone who have markedly better numbers than the deserving esteemed Mr. Luck. And they've been playing football a good long while. It would take a while to look all this shiat up but at this point of the season I'm not sure Luck cracks the top ten seasons by a rookie qb, let alone best of all time.
 
2012-12-04 02:20:40 PM  
GRAFS AND JAKES!

Love the new TEH FAIL thing too.

/
 
2012-12-04 02:21:17 PM  

Misplaced yat: Dr Dreidel: Treygreen13: 99 yard pick sixes are probably the most exciting defensive play to witness. This team has a 99 yard pick six this season.

Huh. And with that defense, too.

Carson Palmer strikes again.


VTGremlin: The only options for this week are Brees(5 INT) or Locker(3 INT 2 FUM), as they both had 5 turnovers. No one else can win it.

And I would vote that Brees gets an honorary 6th turnover for the way the 1st half ended.


Breesus was an offsides penalty away from going Full Jake, actually.
 
2012-12-04 02:22:07 PM  

Treygreen13:
Name that QB:

1. The NFL average for completion percentage is 61.4%. Which NFL QB is the closest to the NFL average when it comes to completion percentage? - Flacco
2. After a rough week, Drew Brees took the NFL lead in Interceptions. Wait, scratch that. Drew Brees is actually tied with someone at the top with 16 INTs. But who? - Romo
3. Nothing illustrates the bizarre Week 13 for QBs more than this player leading the week in completions. - RG3

Name that Defense:

1. This man stands over the body of the QB. He stands as the yang to offense's yin. He leads the NFL in sacks. - JJ Swat
2. Stout defense should get the other team off the field on 3rd down. But what about 4th down? This team has only allowed 1 4th down conversion and allows the lowest percentage of 4th down conversions. - ATL
3. Interceptions are exciting. Pick sixes are even more exciting. 99 yard pick sixes are probably the most exciting defensive play to witness. This team has a 99 yard pick six this season. - Bengals

Name that Hottie WAG

[www.athleteswives.com image 217x341]
1. Which NFL player is this Wife and/or Girlfriend NFL married to? - Tony Gonzalez

[styleboston.tv image 200x300]
2. Which NFL Head Coach is dating this WAG? - Belichick

[www.playerwives.com image 450x310]
3. This leggy WAG is married to which RB? - Arian Foster


Alright! Pencils down, pants up. Answers go up in a half-hour or so.

 
2012-12-04 02:22:07 PM  

Misplaced yat: And I would vote that Brees gets an honorary 6th turnover for the way the 1st half ended.


yeha, that was pretty damn remarkable.

i forget down and distance but.....had that been Rivers or Cutler, he'd still be getting killed for that.
 
2012-12-04 02:22:43 PM  

Misplaced yat: Carson Palmer Michael Vick strikes again.


Remembering the wrong pick-6 game. Strange, as the team isn't exactly racking them up here recently. :P
 
2012-12-04 02:22:46 PM  

Misplaced yat: Dr Dreidel: Treygreen13: 99 yard pick sixes are probably the most exciting defensive play to witness. This team has a 99 yard pick six this season.

Huh. And with that defense, too.

Carson Palmer strikes again.


VTGremlin: The only options for this week are Brees(5 INT) or Locker(3 INT 2 FUM), as they both had 5 turnovers. No one else can win it.

And I would vote that Brees gets an honorary 6th turnover for the way the 1st half ended.


THE FAIL addressed Breesus and his clock issues. That's what it is for- to celebrate acts of stupidity other than turnovers.
 
2012-12-04 02:23:24 PM  

Treygreen13: Breesus was an offsides penalty away from going Full Jake, actually.


Not really. There would have been no follow-up INT without the offsides. Still would have only thrown 5.
 
2012-12-04 02:25:04 PM  

Treygreen13: Breesus was an offsides penalty away from going Full Jake, actually.


INTs 5.0 and 5.1 happened on consecutive plays in the same drive, in the same desperate late-game situation. They shouldn't be counted separately.
 
2012-12-04 02:25:14 PM  

Cyberluddite: rickythepenguin: ***snip***


I don't think it matter who is under center if the O-line doesn't improve.
 
2012-12-04 02:26:19 PM  

JohnBigBootay: WTF is he smoking because I'll have some of that. Now... I love Andrew Luck. I think he's very good, gonna get better, and I'd be nothing less than super duper excited about the future of my team if my team had the guy. But greatest rookie qb in NFL history? I don't know if Clayton looks at the stats on the website he works for, but there's two rookie qb's this year alone who have markedly better numbers than the deserving esteemed Mr. Luck. And they've been playing football a good long while. It would take a while to look all this shiat up but at this point of the season I'm not sure Luck cracks the top ten seasons by a rookie qb, let alone best of all time.

Shhhh

don't let anyone know that Russell Wilson leads the NFL in QBR since Week 5, when they actually started opening up the playbook a little. Also, we have the NFL itself tweeting that Griffin III has the fewest INTs since Week 11 with 1 (because Wilson's 0 in that timeframe is more than 1, apparently).

It's okay. Let them keep building up the hype for everyone else. Let Simmons jump off the bandwagon before the Bears game. GIVE US THE POWER OF NOBODY BELIEVED IN US!
 
2012-12-04 02:27:13 PM  

Zafler: LucklessWonder: WHAR Harv2B's picks WHAR?

So, I'm not the only one that reads those.

/relurk


I read 'em too. I'm usually pretty busy on Sunday, and I don't have cable so miss the Monday night game. His picks are like nice little re-caps of some of the action I missed, and often prod me to go look up some highlight video online of certain games.

Also:
Last week or maybe the one before that I may have expressed some doubt/concern/nervousness about Russell Wilson. A farker (IAmRight maybe?) set me straight, and that was only confirmed in their game this week. Yay hawks.
 
2012-12-04 02:28:24 PM  
Jake Jake Jake

Attica Attica Attica
 
2012-12-04 02:29:25 PM  

IAmRight: JohnBigBootay: WTF is he smoking because I'll have some of that. Now... I love Andrew Luck. I think he's very good, gonna get better, and I'd be nothing less than super duper excited about the future of my team if my team had the guy. But greatest rookie qb in NFL history? I don't know if Clayton looks at the stats on the website he works for, but there's two rookie qb's this year alone who have markedly better numbers than the deserving esteemed Mr. Luck. And they've been playing football a good long while. It would take a while to look all this shiat up but at this point of the season I'm not sure Luck cracks the top ten seasons by a rookie qb, let alone best of all time.

Shhhh don't let anyone know that Russell Wilson leads the NFL in QBR since Week 5, when they actually started opening up the playbook a little. Also, we have the NFL itself tweeting that Griffin III has the fewest INTs since Week 11 with 1 (because Wilson's 0 in that timeframe is more than 1, apparently).

It's okay. Let them keep building up the hype for everyone else. Let Simmons jump off the bandwagon before the Bears game. GIVE US THE POWER OF NOBODY BELIEVED IN US!


I work with Russell Wilson's father-in-law and even he would admit that RG3 is the more electric QB right now.
 
2012-12-04 02:31:43 PM  

punishmentforshoplifting: I work with Russell Wilson's father-in-law and even he would admit that RG3 is the more electric QB right now.


Oh, I thought we were talking about great, not electric. My bad.

/and you clearly haven't seen the Seahawks uniforms
 
2012-12-04 02:32:05 PM  

Treygreen13: Three categories, 3 questions each. Feel free to answer in the thread. Answers will go up at 1:30 PM CST.

Name that QB:

1. The NFL average for completion percentage is 61.4%. Which NFL QB is the closest to the NFL average when it comes to completion percentage?
2. After a rough week, Drew Brees took the NFL lead in Interceptions. Wait, scratch that. Drew Brees is actually tied with someone at the top with 16 INTs. But who?
3. Nothing illustrates the bizarre Week 13 for QBs more than this player leading the week in completions. Breesus
Name that Defense:

1. This man stands over the body of the QB. He stands as the yang to offense's yin. He leads the NFL in sacks. Aldon Smith
2. Stout defense should get the other team off the field on 3rd down. But what about 4th down? This team has only allowed 1 4th down conversion and allows the lowest percentage of 4th down conversions.
3. Interceptions are exciting. Pick sixes are even more exciting. 99 yard pick sixes are probably the most exciting defensive play to witness. This team has a 99 yard pick six this season.

Name that Hottie WAG

[www.athleteswives.com image 217x341]
1. Which NFL player is this Wife and/or Girlfriend NFL married to? Alex Smith

[styleboston.tv image 200x300]
2. Which NFL Head Coach is dating this WAG?

[www.playerwives.com image 450x310]
3. This leggy WAG is married to which RB?


Without cheating and looking them up, I'm only fairly confident about one answer in each category, so those are the only three I'm going to answer.
 
2012-12-04 02:32:06 PM  

Cyberluddite: scottydoesntknow: ***snip***


There are only 2 stats that award the Jake, did the QB lose (a win is an auto-exemption) and did they have the most turnovers individually. If there is a tie on turnovers, then, and only then, will other factors be considered.
 
2012-12-04 02:34:26 PM  

IAmRight: punishmentforshoplifting: I work with Russell Wilson's father-in-law and even he would admit that RG3 is the more electric QB right now.

Oh, I thought we were talking about great, not electric. My bad.

/and you clearly haven't seen the Seahawks uniforms


Touche.
 
2012-12-04 02:34:26 PM  

JohnBigBootay: John Clayton: Andrew Luck may go down as the greatest rookie quarterback in NFL history.

WTF is he smoking because I'll have some of that. Now... I love Andrew Luck. I think he's very good, gonna get better, and I'd be nothing less than super duper excited about the future of my team if my team had the guy. But greatest rookie qb in NFL history? I don't know if Clayton looks at the stats on the website he works for, but there's two rookie qb's this year alone who have markedly better numbers than the deserving esteemed Mr. Luck. And they've been playing football a good long while. It would take a while to look all this shiat up but at this point of the season I'm not sure Luck cracks the top ten seasons by a rookie qb, let alone best of all time.



Robert Griffin III, WSH 218/325 (67.1%) 2,660 17TD 4INT QBR 104.4
Russell Wilson, SEA 201/317 (63.4%) 2,344 19TD 8INT QBR 95.2
Andrew Luck, IND 279/503 (55.5%) 3,596 17TD 16INT QBR 76.1


Back in the shallow end, Johnny. RGIII is +13 in TD/INT, Wilson +11, and Luck a Sanchezian +1 through 13 games. Yeah, Luck has a ton more pass yards but also almost 200 more attempts than either, so that's expected.
 
2012-12-04 02:38:03 PM  

IAmRight: From another Sando article:

"The Seahawks' opponents have made all 18 field-goal tries, making Seattle the only team in the NFL yet to benefit from an opponent's miss through Week 13."

No wonder it feels like we never catch a f*cking break on those.


I wonder if there's some kind of record for opponents' points per play by the field goal unit -- the Seahawks are at 60/19, or about 3.2 (54 on 18 attempts, plus 6 on a fake - unless there was an unsuccessful fake I've forgotten about).
 
2012-12-04 02:38:33 PM  

Treygreen13: 2. The stingiest 4th down defense? The surprising Seattle Seahawks.


DAMMIT I was going to guess them. Should've now that I look at the question. And yeah, our 3rd down defense f*cking sucks.

/it may be tough to convert a 4th down against us, but no one has missed a FG against us all year!
//which makes Lovie's decision to go for it look even dumber
 
2012-12-04 02:40:35 PM  

IAmRight: JohnBigBootay: ***snip***
It's okay. Let them keep building up the hype for everyone else. Let Simmons jump off the bandwagon before the Bears game. GIVE US THE POWER OF NOBODY BELIEVED IN US!


If he recreates this glorious/terrible moment in GB/SEA history, I will tout him as the greatest rookie QB in NFL history.
 
2012-12-04 02:41:08 PM  

IAmRight: DAMMIT I was going to guess them. Should've now that I look at the question. And yeah, our 3rd down defense f*cking sucks.


The Seahawks are 4/5 in stopping 4th down conversions. The worst? The Miami Dolphins, who have only stopped 1 out of 10 4th down attempts.
 
2012-12-04 02:41:53 PM  

roc6783: If he recreates this glorious/terrible moment in GB/SEA history, I will tout him as the greatest rookie QB in NFL history.


Well, supposedly he said similar words...but to his team rather than into the mic.

/Matt Flynn earned his contract by winning the coin toss
//even former Packers say "f*ck the Bears!"
 
2012-12-04 02:43:20 PM  

roc6783: I don't think it matter who is under center if the O-line doesn't improve.



true. starting 2 rookies, and lost a veteran in training camp and 5-6yr starter Sendlein last week. to call it "patchwork" would be generous.

i think he might have been benched, but we had a guy start the first 8+ games....nevermind that had been out of football for like, 2 years. that's how bad the line is. he (eitehr Bastiste or Massie) was a UFA that bounced around something like 5 teams in 6 years, and hadn't played since Denver released him circa 2010 or 2011.

that is hwo bad it was.

and i feel bad for people giving up on Lindley. He was a 6th rounder, as i recall, and it was just his second start. give the guy a sample size to make a determination.
 
2012-12-04 02:44:36 PM  

Treygreen13: The Seahawks are 4/5 in stopping 4th down conversions. The worst? The Miami Dolphins, who have only stopped 1 out of 10 4th down attempts.


And that one successful one was the fake FG by the Rams. Goddammit.
 
2012-12-04 02:44:40 PM  
The Eagles are where they should be. This is the worst I have ever seen this team since I got into football.
 
2012-12-04 02:45:13 PM  

rickythepenguin: and i feel bad for people giving up on Lindley. He was a 6th rounder, as i recall, and it was just his second start. give the guy a sample size to make a determination.


Indeed.

/mostly so we can ensure a Seattle win this week
 
2012-12-04 02:50:38 PM  
I admit that I eagerly await this week's presentation of "The Jake". It's a titillating decision.
 
2012-12-04 02:51:07 PM  
Seahawks fourth-down fun facts:

The Seahawks have converted their last six fourth-down attempts, and haven't been stuffed on an attempt since the San Francisco game.
The Seahawks have failed to attempt a fourth-down conversion in only two games this season, both of which were losses (Rams and Dolphins).
The Seahawks have allowed zero fourth-down conversions by an opponent's offense.
The Seahawks have allowed every single FG attempt to be converted into points (18 FGs and one TD).
 
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