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View Poll Results: How many points do we go down by before we score?

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  • 3-7

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  • 7-10

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  • 10-14

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  • 14-17

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  • who gives a sh!+, this team makes Lions fans suicidal, bring on the draft, this message approved by csstl

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    WEEK 11: LIONS vs PACKERS




    Regular Season Week 11
    _ vs _
    6-3______________4-5


    Location: Ford Field
    Sunday, November 18th at 1:00 PM ET
    TV: FOX
    Radio: 97.1 FM
    DirecTV: 706
    Sirius: 117



    Players To Watch


    Quarterback

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    Aaron Rodgers, QB #12 - 2383 Yards / 25 TDS 5 INTS / 107.4 QBR
    Mathew Stafford, QB #9 - 2722 Yards / 11 TDS 8 INTS / 85.4 QBR

    Running Back

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    Alex Green, RB #20 - 87 Carries/ 272 Yards / 3.1 YPC / 0 TDS
    Mikel LeShoure, RB #25 - 105 Carries/ 418 Yards / 3.98 YPC / 4 TDS

    Wide Receiver

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    Jordy Nelson, WR #87 - 40 Catches / 532 Yards / 5 TDS
    Calvin Johnson, WR #81 - 60 Catches / 974 Yards / 2 TDS


    Tight End

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    Jermichael Finley, TE #82 - 29 Catches / 271 Yards / 1 TDS
    Brandon Pettigrew, TE #87 - 42 Catches / 417 Yards / 2 TDS


    Kicker

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    Mason Crosby , K #2 - 10 FGM / 15 FGA / 27 XPM / 27 XPA
    Jason Hanson, K #4 - 18 FGM / 20 FGA / 22 XPM / 22 XPA


    Tackles Leader

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    Morgan Burnett, S #42 - 67
    Justin Durant, LB #52 - 67


    Sacks Leader

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    Clay Matthews, LB #52 - 9
    Cliff Avril, DE #92 - 4.5


    Interceptions Leader

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    Casey Hayward, CB #29 - 4
    Jonte Green, CB #36 - 1


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    I chose this picture of ford field because at least one kid still believes in the Lions!

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    **** you

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    I feel real bad about this one.



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    Rodgers is gonna **** us up. I don't think we have much of a shot boys unless we can match drive for drive...
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    I'm not loosing hope...I say lions win by 7, but we can not have the slow *** start we had against the vikes

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    We are gonna get smacked all across the field. Packers are -3 favorites... yeah thats an EASY bet.

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    How the hell does Rodgers have a QBR of 107, I thought it was between 0-100 .... If Houston & Delmas are out they put up 50pts easily on us.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JWO35 View Post
    How the hell does Rodgers have a QBR of 107, I thought it was between 0-100 .... If Houston & Delmas are out they put up 50pts easily on us.
    Got this from wiki: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passer_rating#section_2

    NFL & CFL

    The calculation of the NFL (and CFL) passer rating involves more steps than the NCAA formula. In order to establish a maximum value for an NFL player's passer rating, a separate calculation needs to be completed involving each of the following four categories: Completion Percentage, Average Yards Per Attempt, Percentage of Touchdown Passes, and Percentage of Interceptions. If the result in any category is less than 0, the given result should be 0. If the result in any category is greater than 2.375, the given result should be 2.375. This makes the maximum possible quarterback rating for the NFL 158.3. A perfect rating requires at least a 77.5% completion rate, at least 12.5 yards per attempt, a touchdown on at least 11.875% of attempts, and no interceptions.[3]
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    Quote Originally Posted by JWO35 View Post
    How the hell does Rodgers have a QBR of 107, I thought it was between 0-100 .... If Houston & Delmas are out they put up 50pts easily on us.
    well theres Quarter back rating that the league uses and QBR that ESPN uses. The ESPN QBR is a complex system that only uses the relevant stats (stats like accuracy and yardage) when the game actually means something. So when a team is up 35-7 all that garbage yardage and passes against a prevent defense is not used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garnotm View Post
    well theres Quarter back rating that the league uses and QBR that ESPN uses. The ESPN QBR is a complex system that only uses the relevant stats (stats like accuracy and yardage) when the game actually means something. So when a team is up 35-7 all that garbage yardage and passes against a prevent defense is not used.
    You like Total QBR? When I see the order of it I lulz. It seems atrocious.

    It seems to benefit QB's who always play close, somewhat like you said. So if a guy won 14-7 and scores late that's better than winning 35-7? No.

    It's the Eli Manning rating as I call it. Benefit to those who come through when everything is on the line. It kills guys who put the hurting on teams all 4 quarters. I think Sanchez had the #1 QBR one week this year. SANCHEZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by NormSizedMidget View Post
    You like Total QBR? When I see the order of it I lulz. It seems atrocious.

    It seems to benefit QB's who always play close, somewhat like you said. So if a guy won 14-7 and scores late that's better than winning 35-7? No.

    It's the Eli Manning rating as I call it. Benefit to those who come through when everything is on the line. It kills guys who put the hurting on teams all 4 quarters. I think Sanchez had the #1 QBR one week this year. SANCHEZ
    I think both qb ratings are a flawed system its for stat geeks who love numbers. Personally I like to watch the flow of the game, even though Stafford had a decent game statistically I don't think the fact the offense gets going until the 2nd half really means he had a good game. There should be some consistency to it and this offense has lacked that all year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garnotm View Post
    I think both qb ratings are a flawed system its for stat geeks who love numbers. Personally I like to watch the flow of the game, even though Stafford had a decent game statistically I don't think the fact the offense gets going until the 2nd half really means he had a good game. There should be some consistency to it and this offense has lacked that all year.
    I guess my point is I don't think TQBR was an improvement

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    Quote Originally Posted by garnotm View Post
    well theres Quarter back rating that the league uses and QBR that ESPN uses. The ESPN QBR is a complex system that only uses the relevant stats (stats like accuracy and yardage) when the game actually means something. So when a team is up 35-7 all that garbage yardage and passes against a prevent defense is not used.
    Yeah I thought it was the ESPN QB thing...I don't get either rating system, I'm sure Rodgers is a beast in both


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    Not looking forward to this one at all...

    Delmas and Spievey back, along with Florence might give me a little hope, but I'm still not expecting anything. Hopefully we don't get completely blown out, though.



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