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Bloeddyr


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 7:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Do we have any stat-freaks in here? I was doing some research for my first Off-season mock draft, and came across something.

I've heard about pass-deflections and pass breakups, but I thought those were just to different words for the same thing. But I saw two different stats about those.

So my question is: What is the difference between a pass breakup and a pass deflection? When is it a pass deflection and when is it a pass breakup?
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 7:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bloeddyr wrote:
Do we have any stat-freaks in here? I was doing some research for my first Off-season mock draft, and came across something.

I've heard about pass-deflections and pass breakups, but I thought those were just to different words for the same thing. But I saw two different stats about those.

So my question is: What is the difference between a pass breakup and a pass deflection? When is it a pass deflection and when is it a pass breakup?


Not 100% certain, bout I would assume a pass deflection is before the ball gets to the receiver(like a lineman bats it away or whatever). A break up would be when the ball gets to the receiver and the defender knocks it out of his hands.

Just a guess though.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 8:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TitanLegend wrote:
Bloeddyr wrote:
Do we have any stat-freaks in here? I was doing some research for my first Off-season mock draft, and came across something.

I've heard about pass-deflections and pass breakups, but I thought those were just to different words for the same thing. But I saw two different stats about those.

So my question is: What is the difference between a pass breakup and a pass deflection? When is it a pass deflection and when is it a pass breakup?


Not 100% certain, bout I would assume a pass deflection is before the ball gets to the receiver(like a lineman bats it away or whatever). A break up would be when the ball gets to the receiver and the defender knocks it out of his hands.

Just a guess though.


It's just as good as my guess. I think it's a pass deflection if the receiver never makes contact with the ball. But the moment the receiver touches the ball, and then the defender knocks it loose or what ever he does, it becomes a pass breakup.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 8:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nah, nah, nah, nah

Nah, nah, nah, nah

Ray, Ray, Ray

Gooooooood byeeeeeee!
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titanrick wrote:
Nah, nah, nah, nah

Nah, nah, nah, nah

Ray, Ray, Ray

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Uh, hold that thought, thanks to the worst safety play I have ever seen.

And as a Titans fan, that's saying a lot.

Edit: Unbelievable. Peyton should have announced this was his last season too.
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I hate you Denver
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I'm torn. But this will make listening to sports radio this week 10,000,000 times more fun! Laughing
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Lol @ anyone who thought a Peyton Manning led team in the playoffs could actually win a close game. He always finds some way to blow it.
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That was the worst officiated game I've ever seen. The only reason is was close was the awful calls early in the game in favor of Baltimore... The guy was playing the ball on the 3rd down before the first Smith TD, there was pass interference on the pick 6, tuck rule is still in effect, Cary Williams didn't get called for a pass interference early when he was beat by Demaryius Thomas... My god I hate the Ravens living in Maryland makes it worse here is the best part the only people that said that refs sucked were Ravens fans after they actually made a right call on Cary Williams for defensive holding. Game was a joke also Rahim Moore probably should look for a job at McDonalds or selling cars
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No. 1 seed, 13-3, at home, choke job, refs sucking it up, lose to a Flacco led, play clock running offense. Sounds so familiar.
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I know it's little comparison but I just know how people were claiming James Jones for Green Bay to be nothing but a drop happy WR.

Now he is a TD machine.

Just saying that to say. Don't write off Kendall Wright as a wasted pick.
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I'm sure Rahim Moore is thrilled that Peyton managed to choke almost as hard as he did. God I hate Baltimore.
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titansNvolsR#1 wrote:
No. 1 seed, 13-3, at home, choke job, refs sucking it up, lose to a Flacco led, play clock running offense. Sounds so familiar.


Starting running back injured... -_-
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titansNvolsR#1 wrote:
No. 1 seed, 13-3, at home, choke job, refs sucking it up, lose to a Flacco led, play clock running offense. Sounds so familiar.


You know, the thought entered my mind that I'd rather have finished 6-10 than 13-3 only to gag at home in the first playoff game to the Ravens. I remember that feeling. Made me want to vomit for a week straight. This is just amusing.
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