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Not sure why Ollie thinks it's a leak ... The league announced it this morning on GMFB, starting at 7am ET this morning.  Lol.

 

Oh, there's been a "leak" that the Niners will be exiled to horrible, horrible Mexico City to play the Cardinals... Best tell Ollie.

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Jake Liscow
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How many snaps per penalty?

Dax Hill - 416
CTB - 261
Carter - 302
Volson - 176
Anderson - 174
Gunter - 272

 

Apple - 138
Hendrickson - 223
Bell - 317
Prince - 58
Hill - 35
Carman - 85

 

 

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Jake Liscow
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Career snaps per penalty for Bengals FA acquisitions:
Ted Karras - 318
Alex Cappa - 567
La'el Collins - 132 (high variance: 2021 - 74, 2019 - 250, 2018 - 109, 2017 - 266)
Hayden Hurst - 397

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30 minutes ago, Cricket said:

2) Lack of Penalties 

 

It was reported that before every play Zac has an analytics specialist give him the % of success for his play and what the opponent might do defensively etc. So they clearly believe that they can gain slight edges in this way. The lack of penalties fits right in with that data driven approach. And after last season, it's hard to argue with the results.

 

Since all players in the NFL have near equal physical talent, it's the other little things (team cohesion, maturity, intelligence, scheme) that separate success from failure.

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20 hours ago, BlackJesus said:

 

It was reported that before every play Zac has an analytics specialist give him the % of success for his play and what the opponent might do defensively etc. So they clearly believe that they can gain slight edges in this way. The lack of penalties fits right in with that data driven approach. And after last season, it's hard to argue with the results.

 

Since all players in the NFL have near equal physical talent, it's the other little things (team cohesion, maturity, intelligence, scheme) that separate success from failure.

 

I would like to know what goes into their analytics.  The stuff you hear people talk about are league wide percentages.  Those aren't worth squat, IMO.  For example...let's say on average a NFL team coverts a fourth and two X% of the time based upon field position.  Would you really think last year's Bengals were average at converting fourth and short?  Absolutely not.  They were way worse.  The team you're playing matters a lot too. 

 

I guess what I'm saying is I hope the Bengals have way better analytics with a bunch more specific variables than what you hear quoted on TV.  That stuff is entertainment value only.

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5 minutes ago, membengal said:

That game is going to be such a fantastic party. If there is away game to target for a trip, it is that one. 

 

OMG, yes.  Even a regular game in NOLA along with everything else there is to offer is fantastic.

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On 5/4/2022 at 2:24 PM, Cricket said:

Requirements (in order): 
 

1) Versatility 

2) Lack of Penalties 

3) Team Captain

4) Measurables

5) Awards

6) Interview Skills

7) Football Talent

 

🥷

 

Talent only gets you so far.  😀

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On 5/4/2022 at 12:50 PM, membengal said:

Jake Liscow
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Career snaps per penalty for Bengals FA acquisitions:
Ted Karras - 318
Alex Cappa - 567
La'el Collins - 132 (high variance: 2021 - 74, 2019 - 250, 2018 - 109, 2017 - 266)
Hayden Hurst - 397

Good stuff there 

For all the other penalty stats as well.. 

Tks

 

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