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Pass Ratings By Target through 6 games

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by percyhoward, Oct 14, 2013.

  1. percyhoward

    percyhoward Research Tool

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    Williams   18 of 21 309 yd 14.7 ypa 2 td 1 int 130.7
    Bryant     34 of 53 459 yd  8.7 ypa 6 td 0 int 129.4
    Harris      6 of  9  66 yd  7.3 ypa 1 td 0 int 125.2
    Witten     31 of 48 340 yd  7.1 ypa 3 td 0 int 106.3
    Beasley    12 of 13 114 yd  8.8 ypa 1 td 1 int  96.8
    Murray     26 of 27 185 yd  6.9 ypa 0 td 0 int  95.2
    Austin     15 of 23 125 yd  5.4 ypa 0 td 0 int  79.1
    Escobar     4 of  8  65 yd  8.1 ypa 1 td 1 int  77.6
  2. unionjack8

    unionjack8 Well-Known Member

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    Good info, thanks
  3. DuceizBak

    DuceizBak Active Member

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    I am loving this.

    Loving Beasley, I can see him overtaking the security blanket roll from Witten with his YAC ability and his good speed.
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  4. CowboyStar88

    CowboyStar88 Well-Known Member

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    Williams is gonna be a solid player for this team
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  5. dboyz

    dboyz Active Member

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    I was just wondering if you would be posting something like this. Thanks for the information.
  6. Hoov

    Hoov Senior Member

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    I also like the way Beasley is playing right now. There was a long 3rd down play where he was really fighting for extra yards down the sideline to get the first down. He didnt make it but he took on 3 defenders and really took some hard shots instead of stepping out of bounds. That was pretty balsy for someone his size. We had the lead and were already in easy FG range but you could tell he really didnt want the team to settle for a FG and was really fighting there.
  7. Hoofbite

    Hoofbite Well-Known Member

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    Escobar has had 8 passes in his direction. Definitely the type of production you could expect from a 2nd rounder.
  8. Gameover

    Gameover Well-Known Member

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    He's going to be a lot better than solid. BROT!

    Beas and Will need more snaps.
  9. Galian Beast

    Galian Beast Well-Known Member

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    Escobar is in a different position than a lot of these guys. Harris is in his 3rd year, Beasley is in his 2nd year. Williams is the 3rd wide receiver, who has been upgraded because of Austin.

    Escobar has found himself in a bit of a bind, but the better blocker he becomes the more playing time he will get. I think you saw him less against the Redskins is because we wanted that 2nd tight end to block more. He has shown himself to be pretty capable in the passing game so far, but even then his opportunities are going to be limited by the players who are above him right now. Escobar was an investment, and one in which I think will definitely pay off. Just as I said Beasley would become a productive player for us and people wanted to put Harris above him on the depth chart, and many suggested he wouldn't even make the team.

    Escobar needs time and opportunities, and they'll come as we get further into the season and in his career.
  10. blackbull

    blackbull Well-Known Member

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    I still want Harris above Beasley. Neither have separated from the other but fanboys want to act like Beasley set the world on fire. Williams is the only guy turning heads. We all knew he had talent, just didn't know when it would show.
  11. dogberry

    dogberry Well-Known Member

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    On Beas, was the interception Tony threw toward him last night considered a target, or was the pass he missed on the sidelines the target?

    Thanks for the information.
  12. Romo2Ogletree

    Romo2Ogletree Active Member

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    Austin sucks.
  13. AbeBeta

    AbeBeta Well-Known Member

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    Seriously!

    After 6 games as a rookie Witten already had SEVEN catches!!!!

    Well, he was a third round pick though
  14. ABQcowboyJR

    ABQcowboyJR Well-Known Member

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    Bryant will have atleast one drop a game, drops him in the rating category.
  15. ufcrules1

    ufcrules1 Well-Known Member

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    Man, I wish he would. We need to use him a LOT more than we are IMO.
  16. DuceizBak

    DuceizBak Active Member

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    Nah he doesn't..we need all the Weapons we can get..we keep Austin for the year..then boot him next year[and wish him luck wherever he goes]
    We have amazing Depth at WR. Why get rid of it? If Austin doesn't do anything else, he'll take the attention off of our other receivers.
  17. theebs

    theebs Believe!!!!

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    Jason witten only had 8 catches through 7 games in 2003.

    Sometimes it just takes time.
  18. Nation

    Nation Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

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    Conclusion - Tony Romo is playing very well
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  19. percyhoward

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    Good catch. I was working from the official gamebook, which does not include receiver ratings, and did not count the INT as a target. I assumed that it had, and I didn't remember the incompletion on the sideline. Beasley's numbers should read like this:

    12 of 14 114 yd 8.1 ypc 1 td 1 int 94.6

    btw, the ratings on the targets to Williams and Bryant rank 4th and 5th in the league.
  20. T-RO

    T-RO Well-Known Member

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    Bryant is the one drawing the double teams. Among the receiving corp he stirs the drinks.

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