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Gezuz fucking Christ this editor sucks dick.
I made this long post with some good analysis and I can't even post it because this fucking editor sucks bawls.
2012:<?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
Averaged 18 tpg (touches per game), 4.7 ypt (yards per touch), 4.6 ypt in second half.
Averaged 20 tpg, 4.9 ypt, 5.1 ypt in second half.
Averaged 22 tpg, 4.4 ypt, 4.0 ypt in second half.
I mean sure, he had a little dropoff in yards per touch in the second half last year and in 2010, but not in 2011. And while he does go down slightly in ypc in rushing in the second half, he actually goes up in ypr.
I'll take 4.6 yards per touch in the second half anytime. That's freaking awesome.
And now compare those numbers to Michael Turner:<?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
Averaged 15 tpg, 3.8 ypt, 4.2 ypt in the second half.
Averaged 20 tpg, 4.7 ypt, 4.6 ypt in the second half.
Averaged 22 tpg, 4.2 ypt, 4.2 ypt in the second half.
The difference is almost all his yards came from rushing and very little from receiving. And it's pretty clear that we liked giving Turner the ball on the goal line while St. Louis, for whatever unknown reason, apparently avoided giving the ball to SJax on the goal line. Hence the big discrepancy in TD's. Which to me makes no sense and is why they suck. Bad coaching IMO.
In a nutshell, you can see that SJax is not only ahead of Turner in yards per touch every year (especially last year), but he's also ahead of him in ypt in the second half. AND, the fact SJax can do it from a pass reception aspect is clearly going to make us significantly less predictable AND open things up for the rest of our skill position players.
Beef said:Fuck sakes. Piece of shit editor.
Fuck sakes. Piece of shit editor.