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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 9:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Suggs had one sack today, bringing the duos total to 5.0 on the season.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 10:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So far I'm liking my prediction. Suggs with a sack in each game so far. He'll have sackless games, but he also probably should have multi-sack games as well. So him getting 16 sacks or so... and the same with Doom is about what I expected.

And making it 30 as opposed to 32 gave me a little buffer.
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diamondbull424 wrote:
So far I'm liking my prediction. Suggs with a sack in each game so far. He'll have sackless games, but he also probably should have multi-sack games as well. So him getting 16 sacks or so... and the same with Doom is about what I expected.

And making it 30 as opposed to 32 gave me a little buffer.


There's that multisack game, putting them at 10.0 on the season, moving them to #16 on the list of ravens duos in a single season just ahead of Caldwell and pleasant. Boys are doing work.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 09, 2013 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looking over the numbers, these two, and the team as a whole, racking up sacks spells good things for the season. It's somewhat intuitive, but the numbers over the Ravens's history back up the notion that a better pass rush is positively correlated to winning. See below where I have added total sacks and team record in parenthesis.

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1. Trevor Pryce & Adalius Thomas (2006) - 24.0 (60) (13-3)
2. Michael McCrary & Peter Boulware (1998) - 23.0 (39) (6-10)
3. Peter Boulware & Michael McCrary (2001) - 22.5 (44) (10-6)
4. Michael McCrary & Peter Boulware (1999) - 21.5 (49) (8-8 )
5. Peter Boulware & Michael McCrary (1997) - 20.5 (42) (6-9-1)
5. Terrell Suggs & Peter Boulware (2003) - 20.5 (47) (10-6)
7. Terrell Suggs & Pernell McPhee (2011) - 20.0 (48 ) (12-4)
8. Terrell Suggs & Adalius Thomas (2004) - 18.5 (39) (9-7)
9. Rob Burnett & Peter Boulware (2000) - 17.5 (35) (12-4)
10. Adalius Thomas & Terrell Suggs (2005) - 17.0 (40) (6-10)
11. Terrell Suggs & Haloti Ngata (2010) - 16.5 (27) (12-4)
12. Paul Kruger & Haloti Ngata (2012) - 14.0 (37) (10-6)
13. Terrell Suggs & Jarret Johnson (2008) - 13.0 (33) (11-5)
14. Trevor Pryce & Jarret Johnson (2009) - 12.5 (32) (9-7)
15. Peter Boulware & Anthony Weaver (2002) - 10.5 (31) (7-9)
16. Mike Caldwell & Anthony Pleasant (1996) - 8.5 (30) (4-12)
17. Terrell Suggs & Kelly Gregg (2007) - 8.0 (31) (5-11)


Additionally, I have displayed these distributions in scatter plots with linear trend lines below. The takeaway here is that if we continue to get this kind of pass rush out of Suggs/Doom as well as the team in general, we should be in good shape.




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PostPosted: Mon Oct 14, 2013 11:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dooms 2 sack day moves the duo to 12.0 on the year, ahead of Boulware/Weaver for #15 on the single season Ravens list.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 14, 2013 11:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yesterday though was Suggs' first game of the season without a sack, I think tying but not breaking the franchise mark.
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SnA ExclusiVe wrote:
Yesterday though was Suggs' first game of the season without a sack, I think tying but not breaking the franchise mark.


I believe you are correct. Does anyone know, did it seem like the Packers were scheming for Suggs (which may explain Doom getting two sacks)? The whole defense seemed to get a good push in getting to Rodgers.
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sp6488 wrote:
SnA ExclusiVe wrote:
Yesterday though was Suggs' first game of the season without a sack, I think tying but not breaking the franchise mark.


I believe you are correct. Does anyone know, did it seem like the Packers were scheming for Suggs (which may explain Doom getting two sacks)? The whole defense seemed to get a good push in getting to Rodgers.


The RT was just getting beat, IIRC. Doom was pressuring Rodgers on that pass Jimmy Smith intercepted too. Suggs did get close to him a few times and knocked him off his mark but just couldn't get the sack.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 14, 2013 2:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

sp6488 wrote:
SnA ExclusiVe wrote:
Yesterday though was Suggs' first game of the season without a sack, I think tying but not breaking the franchise mark.


I believe you are correct. Does anyone know, did it seem like the Packers were scheming for Suggs (which may explain Doom getting two sacks)? The whole defense seemed to get a good push in getting to Rodgers.

Suggs got good pressure on enough plays but Pees was also using him in coverage much more than usual. He also was chipping their TEs on numerous occasions that I saw. I wasn't really a fan of the way we were using Suggs yesterday. Though his usual role would've been much more effective going up against a LT who clearly couldn't handle him.
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The Steelers have allowed 5, 2, 3, 5 and 5 sacks this season thus far. I like the entire front 7's chances of racking up the numbers this upcoming weekend.
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And it looks like Levi Brown is no mas at LT. Suggs and Doom must be pretty amped!
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 23, 2013 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The duo had 1.5 sacks on the day (1.0 by Suggs and 0.5 by Doom) to bring their total to 13.5 on the season (8.0 for Suggs and 5.5 for Doom), good for #13 on the list. They moved past Trevor Pryce & Jarret Johnson (2009) and Terrell Suggs & Jarret Johnson (2008) this week.
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sp6488 wrote:
The duo had 1.5 sacks on the day (1.0 by Suggs and 0.5 by Doom) to bring their total to 13.5 on the season (8.0 for Suggs and 5.5 for Doom), good for #13 on the list. They moved past Trevor Pryce & Jarret Johnson (2009) and Terrell Suggs & Jarret Johnson (2008) this week.

Good grief, how does that even happen?
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GaTechRavens wrote:
sp6488 wrote:
The duo had 1.5 sacks on the day (1.0 by Suggs and 0.5 by Doom) to bring their total to 13.5 on the season (8.0 for Suggs and 5.5 for Doom), good for #13 on the list. They moved past Trevor Pryce & Jarret Johnson (2009) and Terrell Suggs & Jarret Johnson (2008) this week.

Good grief, how does that even happen?


Trevor Pryce had to have 90% of that duo's total. Had to.
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SnA ExclusiVe wrote:
GaTechRavens wrote:
sp6488 wrote:
The duo had 1.5 sacks on the day (1.0 by Suggs and 0.5 by Doom) to bring their total to 13.5 on the season (8.0 for Suggs and 5.5 for Doom), good for #13 on the list. They moved past Trevor Pryce & Jarret Johnson (2009) and Terrell Suggs & Jarret Johnson (2008) this week.

Good grief, how does that even happen?


Trevor Pryce had to have 90% of that duo's total. Had to.

I'm pretty sure Trevor Pryce was a rotting corpse by 2009.
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