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Charger team STATS!

#1
Chargers

#1 Defense 204.5 yard allowed per game - LINK

#1 Passing Defense 138.0 yards allowed per game - LINK

#2 Rushing Defense 66.5 yards allowed per game - LINK

#2 Rushing Offense 176.0 yards per game - LINK

#4 Turnover (+/-) (tied with Atlanta & Indy) +6 - LINK

#5 Scoring Offense 25.8 points per game - LINK

#6 Offense 350.8 yards per game - LINK
 

BFISA

Well-Known Member
#2
Man, how often has this happened??:icon_eek: :icon_shrug: :icon_huh:

#1 Passing Defense 138.0 yards allowed per game - LINK

#2 Rushing Defense 66.5 yards allowed per game - LINK
 
#3
BFISA said:
Man, how often has this happened??:icon_eek: :icon_shrug: :icon_huh:

#1 Passing Defense 138.0 yards allowed per game - LINK

#2 Rushing Defense 66.5 yards allowed per game - LINK
No doubt! Not in my wildest dreams did I imagine our pass D would be better than our rush D after four games!
 

foober

BoltTalker
#7
I was very pleastantly suprised about the pass defense stepping up.

Needless to say. The chargers are on the right track. Thankyou a.j.

And thankyou marty for turning Rivers loose finally. And thanks to the o-line for giving Rivers the protection to be able to do well.
 
#8
foober said:
I was very pleastantly suprised about the pass defense stepping up.

Needless to say. The chargers are on the right track. Thankyou a.j.

And thankyou marty for turning Rivers loose finally. And thanks to the o-line for giving Rivers the protection to be able to do well.
Before the season, the o-line was my biggest concern. I thought the secondary would finally get it together. Well the secondary has exceeded even my expectations and McNeil has shored up the line much better than ANYONE expected. My biggest concern was the o-line, but now I feel they are a strength. Maybe not the very best o-line in football, but much much better than I thought they'd be.
 

exodus

Well-Known Member
#9
Our secondary has been playing much better, even with the problems. But, check that play that Cro made down the field! That was tight. That's a great corner play to stay with his man in one on one coverage and get the swipe at the arm in there to break it up, while looking back for the ball. Textbook. Perfect. I was pleased.
 

boltssbbound

Well-Known Member
#10
Kwak said:
That's my BOI!!!

Dude was the missing piece back there. He has show those guys how to prepare and how to play. :tup:
I love it when Marlon said you could tell if Randy Moss was going to get the ball or not by how he jogged out of the huddle. They could tell run or pass just by whether or not Randy appeared interested. :lol:
 

WonderSlug

Well-Known Member
#11
boltssbbound said:
I love it when Marlon said you could tell if Randy Moss was going to get the ball or not by how he jogged out of the huddle. They could tell run or pass just by whether or not Randy appeared interested. :lol:
We should play Poker with Randy Moss sometime..... :icon_wink:

:icon_mrgreen:
 
#12
Thumper said:
Chargers

#1 Defense 204.5 yard allowed per game - LINK

#1 Passing Defense 138.0 yards allowed per game - LINK

#2 Rushing Defense 66.5 yards allowed per game - LINK

#2 Rushing Offense 176.0 yards per game - LINK

#4 Turnover (+/-) (tied with Atlanta & Indy) +6 - LINK

#5 Scoring Offense 25.8 points per game - LINK

#6 Offense 350.8 yards per game - LINK
Some awesome stats there..... That is the definition of well-rounded. This team is elite.... no doubt about it.
 

WonderSlug

Well-Known Member
#14
BFISA said:
Anya y'all stat gurus figger out Philip's QBR for the game and season??:icon_eek: :icon_shrug: :icon_huh:

For the game:

24 of 37 (64.8%), 242 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT === QB rating 90.1



For the season:

70 of 105 (66.7%), 730 yards, 5 TD, 2 INT === QB rating 94.5
 
#15
boltssbbound said:
I love it when Marlon said you could tell if Randy Moss was going to get the ball or not by how he jogged out of the huddle. They could tell run or pass just by whether or not Randy appeared interested. :lol:
I missed that quote. That is freaking great! :icon_rofl: :icon_rofl:

Do you know where the quote was?

I was just giving one of my Raider fan friends **** about Moss being lazy, he was trying to defend him and I couldn't stop laughing.
 

exodus

Well-Known Member
#16
Kwak said:
I missed that quote. That is freaking great! :icon_rofl: :icon_rofl:

Do you know where the quote was?

I was just giving one of my Raider fan friends **** about Moss being lazy, he was trying to defend him and I couldn't stop laughing.
Yeah, and he's the team leader right?:no: :tdown:
 

AnteaterRaider

Carpe Diem et omni Mundio
Staff member
Super Moderator
Podcaster
#17
WonderSlug said:
For the game:

24 of 37 (64.8%), 242 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT === QB rating 90.1



For the season:

70 of 105 (66.7%), 730 yards, 5 TD, 2 INT === QB rating 94.5
Not too shabby
 

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