Low penalty total not paying off for Texans

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by NewsGrabber, Oct 8, 2008.

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  1. NewsGrabber

    NewsGrabber Guest

    Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky Good things usually happen to teams that don't draw a lot of penalties.
    Houston is still waiting for the payoff.
    The Texans are the least penalized team in the NFL, averaging 2.5 per game. New England is second at 2.75 while another bad team, Kansas City is third at 3.8.
    Some teams are willing to accept a certain amount of aggressive penalties. Defensive lines that pride themselves at get-off at the snap, for example, usually understand that some offsides calls will wind up part of the equation.
    Could the Texans low number of penalties actually be a bad indicator?
    Penalties per game versus win-loss records TeamPenalties per gameWins-LossesHouston2.50-4New England2.753-1Kansas City
    3.81-4Buffalo44-1Miami42-2Denver4.44-1Philadelphia4.62-3San Diego4.62-3NY Jets4.752-2Atlanta5.23-2Jacksonville5.22-3Washington5.24-1Seattle5.51-3Indianapolis5.752-2San Francisco
    62-3 Detroit6.250-4
    Cincinnati6.20-5New York Giants6.254-0Tennessee6.45-0St. Louis6.50-4Arizona6.63-2Pittsburgh6.64-1Minnesota6.83-2Chicago6.83-2Dallas7.44-1Tampa Bay7.43-2Oakland7.51-3New Orleans82-2Baltimore8.252-2Green Bay8.82-3Cleveland9.251-3Carolina9.44-1

  2. guitarjunkie

    guitarjunkie We're Screwed...

    Steers just don't have the stones to be aggressive...
  3. Hoffa

    Hoffa Freak you you freakin' freak

    Nothing pays off for the Texans...
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