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texaschief
11-28-2009, 05:39 PM
I decided to do this since it seems to be the consensus that the Chiefs have turned a corner on the season. Hopefully that's the case. If we are in fact on the upswing, hopefully we'll see some improvement in these numbers over the rest of the season. I figured this might help gauge and confirm or deny the improvements that we hope to see over the next few weeks.

After 10 games played.

Total offense: 30th (16.9 ppg)
3rd down efficiency: 32nd
Penalties: 22nd (57)
Turnovers: 9th +3
Passing Offense: 26th 171 yds/g
Passing TDs: 15th 14 TDs
Interceptions: Tied for 3rd best (6 INTs) (QBs tied with or behind of: Farve, Brady, Rivers, Rogers. Nice company)
Sacks: 2nd worst (37)
QB rating: 19th 81.3
Rushing Offense: 25th 96.8 yds/g
Rushing TDs: 32nd (let's count'em...) 1
Fumbles: 4th worst (8)
Offensive Line:
Experience: 9th 344 games
Total rush avg: 30th 3.6 per attempt
Sacks: 2nd worst (37)
QB hits: 7th worst (67)
Left side:
Negative rushes: 11th best (9)
+10 yd carries: 29th best (8)
Power: 19th (63/100)
Pwr = Percentage of rushes on 3rd or 4th down with 2 or fewer yards to go that achieved a first down or TD. Also includes rushes on 1st-and-goal and 2nd-and-goal from the opponent's 2-yard line or closer.
Middle:
Negative rushes: 2nd worst (12)
+10 yd carries: 14th best (7)
Power: 23rd (56/100)
Right side:
Negative Rushes: 12th worst (10)
+10 yd carries: 9th best (14)
Power: 16th (68/100)

Total Defense: 30th (389.6 yds/g)
Points allowed/g: 6th worst (23.9 ppg)
3rd down %: 14th (32%)
Penalties: 3rd worst (78)

Personnel Standouts:
Glenn Dorsey: 8th best DL, 6th best DE (38 combined tackles)
Demarrio Williams: 30th best LB (66 combined tackles)
Cory Mays: 50th best LB (53 combined tackles)
Brandon Flowers: 14th best DB (14 pass defensed)
Brandon Carr: 33rd best DB (11 pass defensed)

Chiefster
11-28-2009, 11:58 PM
Well, we've managed to put together a couple of back to back wins in the last two weeks defeating a top notch Steelers team Sunday, but I don't quite know if we've turned a corner just yet.

josh1971
11-29-2009, 01:28 AM
We'll see- this week is another huge test. But- I think one of the most important things the rest of this year is to make sure that we win the games we *should* win, like Cleveland.

Stats? Meh. We can improve those when we make some more offseason improvements.

jb

Hayvern
11-29-2009, 10:28 AM
These are the most telling numbers of the lot. So much revolves around the offensive line.

Total offense: 30th (16.9 ppg)
3rd down efficiency: 32nd

Passing Offense: 26th 171 yds/g
Passing TDs: 15th 14 TDs
Sacks: 2nd worst (37)
QB rating: 19th 81.3

Rushing Offense: 25th 96.8 yds/g
Rushing TDs: 32nd (let's count'em...) 1

Offensive Line:
Experience: 9th 344 games
Total rush avg: 30th 3.6 per attempt
Sacks: 2nd worst (37)
QB hits: 7th worst (67)

This really is pathetic, we have to improve in this area, and when we do, you should see the rest of the numbers on offense getting better.

Coach
11-29-2009, 10:38 AM
The biggest improvements in the last two weeks have been in the Morale and Effort categories. Possibly the most important.

One of the big keys to the Pittsburgh win was our lack of penalties.

Chiefster
11-29-2009, 11:29 AM
The biggest improvements in the last two weeks have been in the Morale and Effort categories. Possibly the most important.

One of the big keys to the Pittsburgh win was our lack of penalties.

Discipline.
Discipline.
Discipline.

texaschief
11-30-2009, 01:43 AM
not many penalties today