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Recipe For Winning Is . . .

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by LZ13, Oct 18, 2012.

  1. ivo610

    ivo610 Cheesehead

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    The answer to the thread title is obvious.... More cowbell
     
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  2. JBlood

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    I like Advanced NFL Stats blog, and, according to them, there are 2 things that statistically correlate best with wins: 1) passing efficiency, and 2) defensive passing efficiency. The running game can improve no. 1, but it is passing that will win games. The NFL has become the old AFL.
     
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  3. slaughter25

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    I wish, I havent seen the packers set the edge yet this year let alone this.

     
  4. Forget Favre

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    I believe the 49ers did it last night in their game against Seattle.
    And the runner did pretty good.
     
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  6. Southpaw

    Southpaw Endorphin Junkie

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    Actually I think the recipe for winning is the no huddle offense. Run or Pass it doesn't matter too much, it's all about the tempo.
     
  7. jaybadger82

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    The run/pass split should be analyzed in terms of percentages instead of number of attempts. There's an interesting article here. Seems like we should aim to rush the ball on at least 30% of our offensive snaps.

    Listened to a recent BS Report with Bill Barnwell, who made the observation that this year offenses are exploiting the nickle by designing runs with 3 WRs, 1 TE, and a single back. He thought this was a game changer and his argument made sense. Incidently, he complimented Woodson for being a strong CB against the run, a rarity in today's NFL.
     
  8. Dan115

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    Outscore the opponent
     

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