Discussion in 'Smack Central' started by The Playmaker, Mar 9, 2007.
that desereves a bar graph or a pie chart or something.
perhaps a pictogram?
I realize that your post being wrong or inaccurate is taken as normal, but please atleast try to be factual when it is something so easy to look up. The Titans allowed 44 sack in 2004 and 43 in 2001.
if it's so easy why didn't you post a link?
isn't it more convincing when you post pudding with the proof in it?
Here is a 2001 stats link from nfl.com
Here is a 2004 stats link from nfl.com
For you regulars I'll give you a hint. After you click on the link, scroll down to where it says passing stats. Then follow the line next to the QBs name, reading left to right. When you get to the where the sacks are listed write that number down. Now if there is more than one QB repeat the process for that QB also. Then when you have writen down the number of EACH QBs sacks add them up. Grab a buddy or two and use his toes also if need be.
So our backup gets sacked when he is unfamiliar with the O-line? What I was trying to point out is that we never let our #1 QB go down that many times. David Carr on the other hand ....
Like here in 2005 for example. No addition needed.
Or Maybe 2004?
What about 02?
There is no comparison.
BTW - The entire herd might be needed to total up that sack total.
Then you should put forth a little more effort to post what you mean BEFORE your post is proven WRONG
True, I was headed out the door a the time but you have me for not pulling in Billy's sack total. He is playing where now BTW? :grrhee:
just in 2005 the titan's sack total is down.
32 in 2005 and 29 in 2006.
How do the texans have fewer over the past two seasons?
68 in 2005 and 43 this past season.
that's quite an improvement.
Imagine if the the Titans could shave 25 sacks off their total :clown:
I believe it would have to be based off of % either that or Young would have to sack Cow QBs to bring his total down. Not to far fetched I might add.
Cows don't have sacks
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