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Offensive Stat Projections for 2013

Discussion in 'RAMS - NFL TALK' started by Tron, Jun 9, 2013.

  1. Ram_Fan Well-Known Member

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    I have a feeling that Cook is going to get the lead in receptions and TD's among our receivers. He has all the physical tools to create havoc against LB's and/or Safeties. He will be either too big or fast to cover....Just opinion.

    Schotty will create a lot of mismatches with this group, and Cook is just a mismatch nightmare.

    I am just so giddy with the speed that we have on the offensive side of the ball. We haven't had that since the GSOT era. It won't be like GSOT, but rather spreading the ball horizontally (ex. Austin, & Cook/Lance, Pettis ), and Vertically (Givens, Baily, & Quick). I think the running will be more off tackles, sweeps, stretch, etc...rather than between the tackles.
     
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  2. The Rammer ESPN Draft Guru

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    Honestly Tron those sound like some damn good and realistic individual stat projections. If we can achieve those this season we will be playoff bound guaranteed.
     
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  3. lockdnram21 Well-Known Member

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    My Predictions

    Chris Givens 65 catches 900 yards 8 tds
    Brian Quick 45 catches 650 yards 5 tds
    Jared Cook 60 catches 825 yards 7 tds
    Bailey 30 catches 350 yards 3 tds
    Pettis 30 catches 300 yards 5 tds
    Tavon Austin 1500 all purose yards 10 tds
     
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  4. Faceplant Well-Known Member

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    While I would love to see the Rams put up some offensive #s like ypu are predicting... I just don't see it quite that way. I see the offense averaging probably 250/pg in the air and around 80-90/ypg on the ground. If that helps gets us to 22+ppg,thats fine with me. 2014 is when I see a bigger jump offensively.

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  5. albefree69 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I sometimes think we're getting a little ahead of ourselves here. :shhhhh:

    I really don't care though because we've been down so long the irrational exuberance is worth the let down we might feel at the end of the year.

    And then of course you have posters like CGI who can't seem to get excited about anything. His confidence level seems to be very fragile. Let's not do anything to depress him even more than he already is. :lol:
     
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  6. Tron Fights for the User

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    I guess i shouldnt mention the "come dressed as your favorite Rams HC of all time" event being held Friday...and your only options are Spags or Linehan...woops, ive already said to much, don't mention this to CGI!!


    Pertaining to my post, the numbers when bunched together do seem more then what will probably happen. When doing the individual stats, it was hard to figure out who would get less snaps and yards and such. 37 td's might seem to much, im hoping for at least 30 though, and def over 4k yards from Bradford.
     
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