Statistics Through Week 6

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  1. SodaAddict

    SodaAddict Proud Hurt Locker Commish

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    Statistics Through Week 6

    Passing Position Player Comp/Att INT TD Sacked Yards
    Boston College QB Mike Marscovetra 108/179 6 14 5 1614
    Florida QB John Brantley 97/146 7 14 12 1609
    South Carolina QB Stephen Garcia 104/186 10 11 7 1531
    Auburn QB Cameron Newton 92/167 4 9 11 1480
    Georgia Tech QB Kyle Parks 86/138 4 10 14 1434
    NC State QB Mike Glennon 79/154 7 10 10 1377
    Clemson QB Kyle Parker 85/156 8 8 9 1355
    Tennessee QB Matt Simms 83/139 4 6 11 1350
    Arkansas QB Tyler Wilson 74/181 6 5 18 1191
    Virginia Tech QB Logan Thomas 68/139 7 9 4 1183
    Virginia QB Michael Strauss 65/138 7 6 9 917
    LSU QB Jordan Jefferson 50/78 5 8 6 855
    NC State QB Russell Wilson 20/43 1 6 2 397



    Rushing Position Player Attempts Fumbles Broken Tackles TD Yards
    Virginia Tech HB Darren Evans 108 3 9 4 805
    Virginia HB Perry Jones 99 2 4 6 704
    Georgia Tech HB Embry Peeples 87 1 9 9 599
    LSU HB Mike Ford 84 2 6 9 592
    Boston College HB Montel Harris 126 2 12 8 590
    South Carolina HB Marcus Lattimore 149 4 13 7 576
    Tennessee HB Tauren Poole 115 3 10 7 557
    LSU HB Spencer Ware 82 3 7 5 544
    Clemson HB Andre Ellington 110 3 9 5 412
    NC State HB Brandon Barnes 100 2 11 1 384
    Auburn HB Onterio McCalebb 95 2 6 5 381
    Florida HB Jeff Demps 73 3 7 4 319
    Arkansas HB Ronnie Wingo 79 0 7 1 318
    Virginia HB Michael Jordan 51 0 3 5 294
    NC State HB Curtis Underwood 74 2 8 2 246
    Auburn HB Michael Dyer 41 0 3 2 225
    Boston College HB Sterlin Phifer 54 2 1 3 220
    Clemson HB Jamie Harper 34 0 3 3 190
    Virginia Tech HB David Wilson 33 1 1 6 177
    Arkansas QB Tyler Wilson 97 5 11 2 176
    South Carolina HB Kenny Miles 18 1 1 2 148
    Florida HB Mack Brown 25 2 4 1 141
    Florida HB Mike Gillislee 19 0 2 4 139
    South Carolina QB Stephen Garcia 31 2 4 1 104
    Florida WR Chris Rainey 14 0 2 1 94
    Arkansas QB Jacoby Walker 22 1 0 1 63



    Receiving Position Player Catches Drops YAC TD Yards
    NC State WR1 TJ Graham 23 1 130 5 530
    South Carolina WR1 Alshon Jeffery 26 1 208 4 476
    Georgia Tech WR2 Stephen Hill 26 3 122 4 446
    Boston College WR1 Colin Larmond Jr 23 3 90 5 440
    Clemson WR2 Brandon Clear 25 6 161 1 424
    Clemson WR1 Marquan Jones 29 2 155 5 412
    Georgia Tech WR1 Tyler Melton 18 1 119 3 410
    Florida WR3 Andre Debose 17 0 183 1 393
    Florida WR1 Chris Rainey 18 1 142 3 386
    Arkansas WR1 Joe Adams 18 2 169 1 371
    Auburn WR3 Emory Blake 20 0 186 2 364
    NC State TE1 George Bryan 21 1 142 4 352
    LSU WR3 Brett Scott 14 1 131 4 346
    Boston College WR2 Clyde Lee 18 1 116 1 340
    Tennessee WR2 Matt Milton 16 1 126 1 333
    Florida WR2 Omarius Hines 18 0 266 2 325
    Auburn WR1 Darvin Adams 19 2 149 4 315
    South Carolina WR2 Jason Barnes 15 3 109 3 310
    Clemson WR3 Jaron Brown 19 1 94 2 297
    Boston College WR3 Billy Flutie 17 0 142 4 273
    Tennessee WR3 Justin Hunter 13 2 87 0 270
    Florida HB1 Jeff Demps 20 2 194 5 263
    Virginia TE1 Colter Phillips 14 5 49 2 262
    Boston College TE1 Chris Pantale 25 0 104 2 259
    Virginia Tech TE1 Eric Martin 18 1 96 2 255
    Tennessee WR1 DaRick Rogers 17 1 108 2 248
    Arkansas WR3 Cobi Hamilton 18 1 105 0 247
    Auburn WR2 DeAngelo Benton 11 0 58 1 236
    South Carolina TE1 Justice Cunningham 19 1 40 0 231
    NC State WR2 Jay Smith 12 1 54 2 224
    Auburn TE1 Phillip Lutzenkirchen 14 2 66 0 217
    Virginia Tech WR3 Marcus Davis 14 2 57 1 212
    Georgia Tech TE1 Kyle James 11 3 128 1 208
    Arkansas TE1 Chris Gregg 12 0 92 1 206
    Virginia WR4 Matt Snyder 13 1 67 3 205
    Georgia Tech WR3 Joe Evans 10 2 54 1 181
    Virginia WR2 Jared Green 7 4 58 2 176
    Virginia Tech WR4 Xavier Boyce 5 1 76 3 176
    South Carolina WR3 Tori Gurley 13 2 68 2 175
    NC State WR3 Steven Howard 12 0 35 1 168
    Virginia Tech WR1 Danny Coale 8 0 57 1 168
    Arkansas WR2 Jarius Wright 9 2 57 1 167
    Arkansas WR4 Lance Ray 11 0 66 0 164
    Virginia WR3 Chester Perez 14 5 49 0 158
    LSU WR1 Rueben Randle 10 0 38 1 156
    NC State WR5 Shawn McDaniel 5 1 38 3 156
    Virginia Tech WR2 Dyrell Roberts 11 0 26 1 155
    NC State WR4 Morgan Alexander 7 3 45 0 146
    Tennessee WR4 Zach Rogers 9 3 43 0 146
    LSU TE1 DeAngelo Peterson 10 0 60 1 134
    South Carolina WR4 DL Moore 8 1 24 0 128
    Boston College WR4 Donte Elliott 9 0 52 0 119
    Florida WR4 Chris Dunkley 8 0 29 1 117
    Tennessee TE1 Ben Bartholomew 9 0 43 2 115
    Clemson TE1 Dwayne Allen 9 2 35 0 112
    Tennessee WR5 Lou Freund 5 0 31 1 111
    Boston College WR5 Shakim Phillips 4 1 47 1 110
    Georgia Tech HB1 Embry Peeples 14 0 116 0 104
    South Carolina WR5 Stephen Flint 4 0 39 1 99
    Virginia Tech WR5 DJ Coles 3 1 41 0 96
    Clemson HB1 Andre Ellington 4 1 101 0 95
    Virginia Tech HB1 Darren Evans 7 0 104 1 90

     
  2. SodaAddict

    SodaAddict Proud Hurt Locker Commish

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    I know we have a lot of new coaches, so obviously, the stats for South Carolina, LSU, Arkansas, and Auburn are not necessarily indicative of the rest of the season.

    There were a few things a little out of whack through the first 6 weeks though, and I would like to see them looked at and either explained or fixed for the rest of the season. (Guys who are just taking over don't have to worry about this, but do make sure that you pay attention to what the person that had the team before you did so that you don't do the same)

    1) Arkansas QB's have 119 Rushing Attempts, which is more than the RB's have. That seems a little ridiculous. I know we have a new Arkansas coach so this probably is not an issue with you. Just pay attention to how often your QB's are running.

    2) Based on what I'm seeing, I may need to make rushing a little more difficult. I am having a difficult time, but some people have RB's that are averaging over 7 ypc. That's a little extreme. Anyone have any insight here? If you are one of the ones averaging 7 ypc, maybe you could let us know what you are doing differently.

    3) Virginia and Virginia Tech: Both of you have your TE as your leading receiver so far this season, and your #1 guys are getting way less receptions than your TE and slot receivers. Make sure you start paying more attention to the guys that should be your primary targets in the passing game. There is a little bit of a AI bug in the game that makes it really easy to pass on a lot of routes to the slot and TE because the CPU's AI plays to the outside and you can just lead inside all day and get easy completions. It should not be exploited.

    Defense:

    4) LSU, South Carolina, and Virginia Tech: Be careful about your DL play. Examine your style and make sure you aren't doing anything exploitative. This is especially true in the case of LSU. Aghyere has 10 sacks and the rest of the team combines to have 4, and none of those are defensive linemen. Additionally, Aghyere has 18 TFL's, which completely dominates the stat from any other player. It seems that TFL should be more evenly distributed between the DE's, so I'm not sure what's making that happen.

    5) Boston College: You have a corner with 11 Deflections, which is more than any 2 other players on your team put together. I don't know what you would be doing that would make this happen, so it could just be a weird stat spike.

    6) Boston College: MLB Kuechly 16 TFL, Safety Okoroha 7 TFL, ROLB 7 TFL. Your Secondary shouldn't be amongst your leaders in TFL and the stat shouldn't be dominated by MLB's and a Safety.

    7) Florida: In the same light as mentioned above, ROLB Jenkins has 12 TFL and MLB Bostic has 8 TFL, the leaders in the statistic for the team. This statistic should not normally be dominated by LB's.
     
  3. ctvolfan

    ctvolfan Vol for Life!!

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    Trust me I do not like running with the QB, so it should not be a problem from here on out.
     
  4. AJ Hart MN

    AJ Hart MN Marseille - TFL Season 1 Champions

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    Umm, not sure what you want me to do.. If you ask anyone that's ever played me, I usually use my FS.
     
  5. SodaAddict

    SodaAddict Proud Hurt Locker Commish

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    It's just a heads up. I can only look at the statistics and try to see if there is anything off. Your stats weren't ridiculous or anything. It was just weird seeing LB's have so many TFL's so I mentioned it. Just something worth looking at.

    There are only a couple of things that I am really concerned about, Virginia and Virginia Tech's primary WR's not getting as much attention as their TE's and slot WR's... LSU's DE having skewed stats in comparison to the other players... and BC having the safety among the team's leaders in TFL (along with the Linebackers dominating the stat).

    The other stuff is more just saying to take a look at your style and make sure you aren't doing anything that would cause abnormal stats.
     
  6. JOEDESIGNS

    JOEDESIGNS Walk On

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    I'll watch my ends. I've only played one game though.
     
  7. shibdib

    shibdib In Nacho We Trust

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    Wow i have the top player in a stat category... woo
     
  8. BoSoxFan58

    BoSoxFan58 Walk On

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    Thanks for the heads up Soda, it seems like my number one receiver, Danny Coale, is always covered. I feel like I spread the ball around well, but the Tight End just happens to have a few receptions a game. In Week 7 I think I did a better job of throwing to my Wideouts this week where I had 10 Wide Receiver catches, 3 Tight End catches, and 1 Fullback catch. Defensively, there are just some games where I will get a sack early with one of my DE's and he will end up getting 2 or so more being controlled by Computer.

    With Darren Evans running the ball, He is just the whole package, he is a speedy back but is hard to take down in between the tackles. Most games he will have one long-run of 60 or so yards that pad his YPC stat up
     
  9. shibdib

    shibdib In Nacho We Trust

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    It seems this year more then ever, speed backs dominate. And i mean like 95+ speed with 90+ acceleration.
     

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