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blsilks
01-07-2005, 07:52 AM
Im sure this has already been posted but here is a refreasher.

Grob
21.5 Points Against/G
331.5 Yards/G
197.8 Passing Yards/G
133.8 Rushing Against/G
39 sacks
13 Interceptions
13 Fumble Recoveries

Gun
27.2 Points Against/G
377.3 Yards/G (Dead Last)
262.7 Passing Yards/G (Dead Last)
114.6 Rushing Against/G
41 sacks
13 Interceptions
7 Fumble Recoveries

NOTE: These stats were pulled from NFL.com.

Coach
01-07-2005, 07:55 AM
Interesting, the INT's are identical, but the Fumble recoveries has been the difference. Of course, there were numberous of times that the other team fumbled the ball, but it either goes out of bounds, or bounces right back into the opposing team. The points is different, but does this also include punt returns/kick returns for TD's? I don't recall GRob's first year where the other team has returned for a TD, while we gave up what, 2 or 3 this year? The passing yards is the problem, I'll admit to that, but the rushing D has improved by 20 yards, and 2 more sacks. Of course, that new stupid 5-yard rule wasn't taken seriously until this year.

GRob's first year was what, 6-10? Gunther's first year was 7-9.

J Diddy
01-07-2005, 07:56 AM
With that being said, one could also say that Grob had the luxury of having guns players on his roster while gun had grobs shit.

6 of one, half a dozen of another.
When you have no corners who can cover anyone then it's gonna be a long season.
It was, it's over, I pray it doesn't repeat next year.

blsilks
01-07-2005, 08:01 AM
Our problem on D is that our players lack skills and can't tackle. They make too many mistakes.

blsilks
01-07-2005, 08:05 AM
I would also like to note that we had a very tough schedule this season.

morphius
01-07-2005, 08:07 AM
With that being said, one could also say that Grob had the luxury of having guns players on his roster while gun had grobs shit.

6 of one, half a dozen of another.
When you have no corners who can cover anyone then it's gonna be a long season.
It was, it's over, I pray it doesn't repeat next year.
That was my thought as well.

Claynus
01-07-2005, 08:08 AM
Robinson had some talent on that 2001 defense. Marvcus Patton, Donnie Edwards, Jerome Woods before he busted his leg and became a wuss...

And don't forget Nate Hapslap-Shitstick!

shaneo69
01-07-2005, 08:14 AM
Im sure this has already been posted but here is a refreasher.

Grob
21.5 Points Against/G
331.5 Yards/G
197.8 Passing Yards/G
133.8 Rushing Against/G
39 sacks
13 Interceptions
13 Fumble Recoveries

Gun
27.2 Points Against/G
377.3 Yards/G (Dead Last)
262.7 Passing Yards/G (Dead Last)
114.6 Rushing Against/G
41 sacks
13 Interceptions
7 Fumble Recoveries

NOTE: These stats were pulled from NFL.com.

I guess you're trying to make the point that G Rob was a better coach than Gunther?

J Diddy
01-07-2005, 08:17 AM
Our problem on D is that our players lack skills and can't tackle. They make too many mistakes.
Yes,but the question is are those players ascending, plateauing, or declining?

Mile High Mania
01-07-2005, 08:27 AM
You can play with stats a million ways.

Bottom line, KC has had a lot of shitty defensive starters thrust into the position due to a lack of focus on that side of the ball.

The defense was a turd under both... one wore a red tux, the other yellow.

J Diddy
01-07-2005, 08:28 AM
You can play with stats a million ways.

Bottom line, KC has had a lot of shitty defensive starters thrust into the position due to a lack of focus on that side of the ball.

The defense was a turd under both... one wore a red tux, the other yellow.

Next year they're going with plaid.

Mile High Mania
01-07-2005, 08:42 AM
Next year they're going with plaid.

That line reminded me of SpaceBalls... when they went to hyperwarp. "They've gone... plaid."