Rams are for real, week 11

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    #77468
    InvaderRam
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    rams rankings in football outsiders
    offense – 11th
    defense – 1st
    special teams – 1st

    for what it’s worth. i’m not sure i’d consider the rams the best defense in the league… i dunno… i haven’t seen a lot of the other teams.

    for what it’s worth.

    minnesota
    offense -7th
    defense – 9th
    special teams – 14th

    new orleans
    offense – 2nd
    defense – 5th
    special teams – 25th

    philadelphia
    offense – 5th
    defense – 8th
    special teams – 6th

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    #77471
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    for what it’s worth. i’m not sure i’d consider the rams the best defense in the league

    I don’t think they’re accounting for the competition. ARZ, the Giants, Houston without Watson.

    Yeah they’re supposed to beat those guys, but, that in itself doesn’t mean they will fare as well against stronger teams.

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    InvaderRam
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    jared goff leads the league in yards per attempt at 8.5.

    he’s second in adjusted yards per attempt which factors in touchdowns and interceptions at 9.0.

    he’s first in net yards per attempt which subtracts sack yardage and includes sacks as part of the attempts at 7.81.

    he’s first in adjusted net yards per attempt which factors in touchdowns and interceptions into the net yards per attempt number at 8.28.

    he’s also first in yards per completion with 13.9.

    most likely he does not maintain these numbers especially with these string of games coming up. but it’s impressive.

    by comparison. brady only ever led the league in four of those five categories once. he ranked first in ypa, aypa, nypa, and anypa. he failed to rank first in ypc.

    peyton manning led the league in all five of those categories once in his career. and never more than 2 of the 5 in any other season.

    aaron rodgers. one season in which he led the league in four of the five categories. he ranked first in ypa, aypa, nypa, and anypa.

    dan marino. one season. he ranked first in ypa, aypa, nypa, and anypa.

    joe montana. one season. he ranked first in ypa, aypa, nypa, and anypa.

    steve young. four seasons in which he ranked first in ypa, aypa, nypa, and anypa.

    dan fouts. one season. he ranked first in ypa, aypa, nypa, and anypa.

    philip rivers. one season. he ranked first in ypa, aypa, nypa, and ypc.

    matt ryan last year led the league in all five categories.

    guys like brett favre and john elway never did it.

    i’m rambling. and probably this post won’t get read. but i guess my point is this is really freaking hard to do. if he can finish the season first in four of the five categories, he will do something that is rarely done. what’s insane is young doing it 4 times!!! everyone else i looked at. never more than once. peyton and matt the only ones to lead in all five categories for one season. i don’t know if i missed anyone. aikman never did it.

    i also read that he leads the league in yards per attempt on play action at 12.1.

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    InvaderRam
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    for what it’s worth. i’m not sure i’d consider the rams the best defense in the league

    I don’t think they’re accounting for the competition. ARZ, the Giants, Houston without Watson.

    Yeah they’re supposed to beat those guys, but, that in itself doesn’t mean they will fare as well against stronger teams.

    yeah. these next string of games will be revealing.

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    Zooey
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    i’m rambling. and probably this post won’t get read. but i guess my point is this is really freaking hard to do.

    I am fully a Goff Believer at this point. The guy is playing at a very high level with only a few games under his belt. The guy is better than any Rams QB since Bulger – easily – and he’s barely got any experience. He is going to get better. Goff was the right choice.

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    i’m rambling. and probably this post won’t get read. but i guess my point is this is really freaking hard to do. if he can finish the season first in four of the five categories, he will do something that is rarely done.

    Ramble on my friend, it’a good stuff.

    #77478
    InvaderRam
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    i don’t know if i missed anyone.

    oh i missed kurt warner. duh.

    one season he led in four categories. he ranked first in ypa, aypa, nypa, and anypa.

    one season he led in all five categories.

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