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Old 01-02-2013, 11:44 AM   #49

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Default Re: The scoring problem has nothing to do with the passing game

Originally Posted by steelfury02 View Post
Steelers 2009 Cumulative Red Zone efficiency:
41 trips, 20 TDs, 15 FGs, 1 missed FG, 5 turnovers

49 trips, 24 TDs, 19 FGs, 1 missed, 2 turnovers

53 trips, 27 TDs, still looking for FGs, missed, and turnovers in RZ

49.7 efficiency over 3 years. Sounds a lot like live by the sword and equally die by it offense to me.

Again Gofor7 - why don't you compare and equal body of work, then maybe I'll agree with you.
So why did the 2009 offense rank 12th and those offenses rank worse? That year the offense scored more points than in the following 3 years.

Living by the sword and dying by it seems better than possessing the ball, hoping the defense keeps the team in it, and hoping Ben bails everyone out at the end.
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