Canadian Bacon wrote:
TheNataliePortmans wrote:No, he didn't go into that kind of detail.
Well, unless someone actually crunches the numbers, it seems as though it's just a number he pulled out of his rump. Why did he choose 51 as the tipping point? Why not 50 or 52? What if both teams get over 51? Does the higher number always win?
There are a lot more questions raised by this supposition than there are answers.
As Cory above states, it's something he learned from Bill Parcels.
So maybe he pulled it out of Parcel's rump and not his own.
I think the point is that if you have more balance in your offense, you have a better chance to win. Again, the context of this was in discussing the the ineptitude of Ced Benson and how it forced the Pack to abandon the run completely.
I think you
should go crunch the numbers and report your findings.
12-tm PPR: QB/RB/3WR/2FLEX/TE/D-ST-PK [FAAB]
LeSean, Rawls, Yeldon, Ware, CJA
Calvin, BMarsh, Alshon, Cobb, Watkins, Perriman, Ty Montgomery
HOU & STL DSTPK
Lost to INJ: Foster, Edelman, Forsett, Ingram, Rawls