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Old 01-09-2006, 04:36 PM   #16
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Re: Things that lead me to believe I could be a professional football writer...

Originally Posted by Master4Caster
These guys might illuminate rather than regurgitate easy numbers.

They COULD point out that:
  • Washington, Chicago and Seattle are all 10-2 in the NFC
  • Washington and Chicago were 5-1 in their division, while Seattle was 6-0
  • the Redskins of the last five regular season games are different than of the first twelve games and then run the numbers to show why.
  • The Redskins are on a mission having won its last six. At some point, this ceases to be a fluke.
  • The Redskins don't need no offense, apparently. Mark Brunell throws for 41 yards and wins. Tiki Barber rushes for 41 yards and loses. The Bucs held the Redskins to 120 yards offense and still lost. The Bucs offense out gained the Redskins and still lost. By themselves, stats don't mean anything.
Does Joe Gibbs have to win the Super Bowl again before someone suspects his influence? :frusty:

You should email that to Sean S. and Tom Jackson at ESPN.

Good facts.
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Old 01-09-2006, 05:48 PM   #17
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Re: Things that lead me to believe I could be a professional football writer...

14-10 is not that outstanding for a home record. The Patriots home record over the last five years is like 35-5. That's homefield advantage. The Seahawks are slightly better than average at home.

The two-way player comment is just embarassing.
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Old 01-09-2006, 07:30 PM   #18
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Re: Things that lead me to believe I could be a professional football writer...

You guys forget that every analyist always picks the Seahawks to be a great and make a ligit run at the Superbowl. With a division like thiers, who wouldn't? Seems like an easy prediction.

The problem is that they forget to point out the obvious. They find a way to lose in the playoffs. Even if they find a way to beat the Skins, I think they lose in the next round.
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