Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Mogamedogz, Dec 13, 2007.
Does anyone know where I can track these down??
No but he did OK in the Oakland snow game. Also I remember watching Moss playing at Marshall in a heavy snow storm and he was most impressive.
BUt there are snow stroms and then there are snow storms. If it a wind driven snow then that changes things. If it is not wind driven, then it should not effect Bradys or the recievers- might give them an advantage.
Oh yeah... I know all that. I expect nothing less than a stellar performance out of #12 (as usual). Im trying to get the raw (snow) stats for a blog that I want to write later on this afternoon. I need to get all of my facts straight.
Reiss had how the Pats have fared in snow in Foxborough - might be a decent place to start. Your best bet is going through the game by game logs of any snow games (aren't as many as one would think), a while back I made a post on weather related Brady stats, and the bottom line is, I couldn't find any decent splits. They have sub 40 degrees stats, but that's pretty much it as far as I can find - maybe they're out there, but I couldn't get them.
Went and looked up all game by game stats for all the snow games listed in the blog. Then put his snow game cumulative stats...
Dec. 4, 2005
16-3 win over the Jets
18/29 (62%), 185 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
3 rushes, 7 yards, Long: 7 yards
Jan. 16, 2005
20-3 playoff win over the Colts
18/27 (67%), 144 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT
4 rushes, 6 yards, 1 TD, Long: 3 yards
Jan. 18, 2004
24-14 playoff win over the Colts
22/37 (59%), 237 yards, 1 TD 1 INT
5 rushes, 1 yard, Long: 2 yards
Dec. 14, 2003
27-13 win over the Jaguars
22/34 (65%), 228 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT
1 rush, 7 yards, Long: 7 yards
Dec. 7, 2003
12-0 win over the Dolphins
16/31 (52%), 163 yards, 0 TD, 0 INT
2 rushes, -2 yards, Long: -1 yard
Jan. 19, 2002
16-13 overtime playoff win over the Raiders
32/52 (62%), 312 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT
5 rushes, 16 yards, 1 TD, Long: 6 yards
Passing TDs: 6
Passing Yards: 1,269
Passing YPG: 212 yards
Completion Percentage: 61%
Rushing TDs: 2
Rushing Yards: 35
Rushing Attempts: 20
Passing TDs: 2 (Twice)
INTs: 1 (Three times)
Passing Yards: 312
Completion Percentage: 67%
Rushing Yards: 16
Rushing TDs: 1 (Twice)
Rushes: 5 (Twice)
Longest Run: 7 yards (Twice)
Wow dude...you are the MAN!!! What can I say!??
Thanks allot bro! This just saved me a ton of time.
No problem my man, merry Christmas.
one thing i dont like about those stats....brady does not have that many yards passing...which means they were running the ball...
maybe well run this week
I do know the Patriots are 9-0 in the snow in Foxboro during the BB era
These statistics, reassuring as they are, were mainly run up in years when the Patriots didn't have much of a vertical passing game. This accounts for the low yards number. It may also have something to do with the completion percentage, perhaps making it higher than it would have been if he were throwing long.
If this pattern is continued on Sunday, we're going to see an awful lot of Welker and Watson, and maybe a bit less of Moss and Stallworth, except as they take slant routes.
Agreed. I'd say the two are distinctly different.
They are 9-0 @ home in the snow PERIOD. Not BB era, forever.
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