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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 2:32 pm    Post subject: 2014 Browns Stats Reply with quote

TEAM STATS

Football Outsiders

Team Efficiency - 2014 (23rd) vs 2013 (28th)

Offensive Efficiency - 2014 (28th) vs 2013 (26th)

Defensive Efficiency - 2014 (12th) vs 2013 (24th)

Take these numbers for what they are worth. F.O. uses weather, opponent, injuries to create stats. The improvement on D is impressive - is it a byproduct of schedule?

TEAM DEFENSE

Allowed 337 points (21.1/game) - 9th in the NFL

Faced 1,118 plays (70/game) - 32nd in the NFL

CONTRAST - Seattle faced 58 plays per game - 192 less for the year

Allowed 5.2 yards per play - 5th best

21.8 First Downs per game - 28th

Allowed 90 third down conversions - 24th

38% third down conversion rate - 10th best

11 fourth down conversions

61% fourth down conversion rate - 29th

98 Penalties committed - 8th fewest

769 Penalty yards - 6th fewest

31:47 Time of Possession - 28th

31 Sacks - 27th

118 Passes Defensed - 1st

21 Interceptions - 1st

14 Forced Fumbles - 16th

8 Recovered Fumbles - 20th

PASS DEFENSE

224.5 Yards/Game - 8th Fewest

335 Completions - 8th Fewest

587 Attempts - 7th Most

57.1% Completions - 1st

6.4 Yards/Attempt - 3rd

Gave up 22 Pass TD's - 6th fewest

21 Interceptions - 2nd most

The average game for an opponent was 21/37 for 224 yards.

Plays over 20 yards - 55 total - 23rd

Plays over 40 yards - 7 total - 9th

74.1 Opponent QB Rating - 1st

184 Passing First Downs allowed - 5th least

RUN DEFENSE

500 Attempts - 31.2/Game - 31st

2265 Yards - 141.6/Game - 32nd

4.5 Yards/Attempt - 27th

13 Rushing TD's - 19th

126 Rushing first downs - 32nd

Plays over 20 yards - 16 total - 28th

Plays over 40 yards - 0 - 1st

TEAM OFFENSE

299 Points Scored - 27th

18.7 PPG

1010 Total Plays - 19th

63 Plays/Game

CONTRAST - Philadelphia - 70 Plays/Game

324.6 Yards/Game

5.1 Yards/Play - 27th

18.4 First downs/game - 24th

61/207 Third Down Conversions

30% Third Down Success - 32nd

5/14 Fourth Down Conversions

36% Fourth Down Success - 27th

116 Penalties - 9th Fewest

932 Penalty Yards - 15th

28:13 Time of Possession

16 Fumbles - 9th Fewest

7 Fumbles Lost - 7th Fewest

+6 Turnover Differential

PASS OFFENSE

274 Completions - 32nd

502 Attempts - 26th

54.6% Completion Percentage - 32nd

3465 Yards - 216.6 Yards/Game - 20th

The average week for a Browns QB was 17/31 for 216 Yards.

Ben Roethlisberger's average game was 26/38 for 301 Yards.

12 Pass TD's - 32nd

16 Interceptions - 10th

179 First Downs Passing - 22nd

56 Plays of 20 plus yards - 9th

11 Plays of 40 plus yards - 7th

31 Sacks Allowed - Tied for 12th

72.8 QB Rating - 31st

RUN OFFENSE

477 Attempts - 29.8/Game - 6th most

1728 Yards - 108/Game - 17th

3.6 Yards/Carry - 28th

17 Rushing TD's - 4th

88 Rushing First Downs - 19th

28 First downs running left

19 First downs running middle

41 First downs running right

10 Plays of 20 plus yards - 15th

0 Plays of 40 plus yards - 32nd

CONCLUSIONS

Improvement. 7-9 is better than 4-12. The Browns point differential was -38 this year. It was -98 last year. With the exception of the second Bengal game - the Browns were in every game.

The philosophy of ball control, discipline (penalties/turnovers) and defense was established.

I think the Browns will look to add talent in the trenches this offseason. Upgrading the DL and LB groups would be a priority.

It is nice to not be thinking about the next front office/coaching regime.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 4:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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TEAM DEFENSE
21 Interceptions - 1st


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PASS DEFENSE
21 Interceptions - 2nd most


Now i'm not good at math or anything, but i must say i'm a little confused...
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 4:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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TEAM DEFENSE
21 Interceptions - 1st


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PASS DEFENSE
21 Interceptions - 2nd most


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Now i'm not good at math or anything, but i must say i'm a little confused...


OOPS...

Good catch. 2nd most Interceptions.

The stat I was most surprised at was our offense on 3rd down.

I knew it was bad - but worst in the league?

That was somewhat surprising.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 4:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bwbrownsfan wrote:
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TEAM DEFENSE
21 Interceptions - 1st


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PASS DEFENSE
21 Interceptions - 2nd most


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Now i'm not good at math or anything, but i must say i'm a little confused...


OOPS...

Good catch. 2nd most Interceptions.

The stat I was most surprised at was our offense on 3rd down.

I knew it was bad - but worst in the league?

That was somewhat surprising.


Doesn't surprise me. That is why we were bad. We can't convert 3rd and 4. We need a QB/WR combo that can get 3rd and 4 on a regular basis before we will be able to win on a regular basis.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 4:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fix up the run D plus add a little pass rush and we have a stellar D
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 10:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

People don't like to hear it, but we need a new right side for the OL. Greco and Schwartz are back=ups at best.

I'd go for a another stud like Bitonio with our 2nd 1st or in the 2nd Round and another stud OL in Free Agency.

We have two young stud running backs and likely another rookie QB coming with little WR help. We need a strong OL to establish a dominant run game, which will intern open up the passing game.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 10:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tully305 wrote:
People don't like to hear it, but we need a new right side for the OL. Greco and Schwartz are back=ups at best.

I'd go for a another stud like Bitonio with our 2nd 1st or in the 2nd Round and another stud OL in Free Agency.

We have two young stud running backs and likely another rookie QB coming with little WR help. We need a strong OL to establish a dominant run game, which will intern open up the passing game.


But if our WR's don't "scare" the opposing defense, they'll put 8 or 9 in the box, and I don't think it matters how good our o-line would be at run blocking in that situation.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 11:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bucketheadsdad wrote:
Tully305 wrote:
People don't like to hear it, but we need a new right side for the OL. Greco and Schwartz are back=ups at best.

I'd go for a another stud like Bitonio with our 2nd 1st or in the 2nd Round and another stud OL in Free Agency.

We have two young stud running backs and likely another rookie QB coming with little WR help. We need a strong OL to establish a dominant run game, which will intern open up the passing game.


But if our WR's don't "scare" the opposing defense, they'll put 8 or 9 in the box, and I don't think it matters how good our o-line would be at run blocking in that situation.


That's when a good OC has well developed quick inside slants to execute and catch them off guard. I know its a bad example based on the players, but Steve Young and Jerry Rice used to execute it perfectly.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 31, 2014 12:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Browns have to look at 5 areas.
1. q.b. decide what they are going to do there.
2. Receivers this includes t.e.
3. Stop the run 32nd in league not going to cut it.
4. run the ball 6th in rushing attempts but 17th in rushing yards is not going to cut it either.
5. Pass rush.

If we can stop the run this gives our defense more 2nd and 3rd and longs.
If we run the ball better we keep our defense off the field and help our q.b.

Q. B. is by far the most important.
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