Pats/Jags. Stats Matchup

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  1. Disco Volante

    Disco Volante Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Pats: 36.8 (1st)
    Jags: 25.7 (6th)

    Pats: 411.2 (1st)
    Jags: 357.4 (7th)

    Passing YPG
    Pats: 295.7 (1st)
    Jags: 208.0 (17th)

    Rushing YPG
    Pats: 115.6 (13th)
    Jags: 149.4 (2nd)

    Pats: 75
    Jags: 50

    Time of Possession
    Pats: 32:30
    Jags: 32:07

    1st Downs
    Pats: 393
    Jags: 328

    3rd Down Conversions
    Pats: 48%
    Jags: 46%

    4th Down Conversions
    Pats: 71%
    Jags: 58%


    Pats: 17.1 (4th)
    Jags: 19 (10th)

    Pats: 288.3 (4th)
    Jags: 313.8 (12th)

    Passing YPG
    Pats: 190.1 (6th)
    Jags: 213.5 (15th)

    Rushing YPG
    Pats: 98.2 (10th)
    Jags: 100.3 (11th)

    Pats: 34
    Jags: 35

    Time of Possession
    Pats: 27:24
    Jags: 27:52

    1st Downs
    Pats: 278
    Jags: 286

    3rd Down Conversions
    Pats: 34%
    Jags: 40%

    4th Down Conversions
    Pats: 55%
    Jags: 48%

    Turnover Ratio
    Pats: +16
    Jags: +9

    Last 3 Games

    (2006) Week 16
    Patriots 24
    Jaguars 21

    (2005) Wild Card
    Patriots 28
    Jaguars 3

    (2003) Week 15
    Patriots 27
    Jaguars 13

    Last edited: Jan 6, 2008
  2. BradyFTW!

    BradyFTW! Supporter Supporter

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    Re: Pats/Jags. Stats Matchup.

    Let's be honest- this isn't an ideal matchup for us. That said, I still think the Pats will win handily. BB will probably design a gameplan around stopping the run at all costs and making Garrard beat them in the air. And he certainly didn't look prepared to hang with Brady yesterday, so I think we'll be fine.
  3. chrisfx811

    chrisfx811 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    Re: Pats/Jags. Stats Matchup.

    No way.... all the talking heads said the Jags are tougher, better on defense, and built for these types of games.
    Get outta here with stats that don't back that up!

  4. Disco Volante

    Disco Volante Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Re: Pats/Jags. Stats Matchup.

    Field Goals

    Steven Gostkowski
    Percentage: 87.5 (21/24)
    Long: 45

    Josh Scobee
    Percentage: 92.3 (12/13)
    Long: 48


    Steven Gostkowski
    AVG: 64.5
    TBs: 15
    AVG Start: 22.1

    Josh Scobee
    AVG: 64.8
    TBs: 12
    AVG Start: 22.5


    Chris Hanson
    AVG: 41.4
    Net Yards: 1,626
    In 20: 13
    Blocked: 1

    Adam Podlesh
    AVG: 41.6
    Net Yards: 1,991
    In 20: 14
    Blocked: 0

    Basically equal stuff there.

    I'll be giving Steve the advantage for field goals, due to almost twice as many attempts.
  5. BelichickFan

    BelichickFan B.O. = Fugazi Supporter

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    Re: Pats/Jags. Stats Matchup.

    For comparison above :

    On the road Jax scores 24.75 and allows 23.75 (didn't add in yesterday's air tight game).

    At home we score 34.375 and allow 12.875

    So when factoring in HF, the splits widen.
  6. Disco Volante

    Disco Volante Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Kick Returns

    AVG Return: 22.5
    Yards: 1384
    Long: 108
    TD: 2

    AVG Return: 22.7
    Yards: 1110
    Long: 100
    TD: 1

    Punt Returns

    AVG Return: 9.4
    Long: 35
    TD: 0

    AVG Return: 10.1
    Long: 56
    TD: 0
  7. patsfan135

    patsfan135 Rookie

    Re: Pats/Jags. Stats Matchup.

    I agree with you if they beat pitsburgh by 3 pionts, we killed pitsburgh.But we need to have a plan to eliminate the run and make Garrard beat us with the pass.
  8. Disco Volante

    Disco Volante Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Re: Pats/Jags. Stats Matchup.

    I really don't see the Jags being within 9.
  9. DarrylS

    DarrylS Supporter Supporter

    One stat not often listed is defensive passer rating:

    Jax 76.1 allowing 20 TD passes
    Pats 78.1 allowing 23 TD passes

    So that is pretty close..
  10. Metaphors

    Metaphors In the Starting Line-Up

    Note all stats from 2005-2007

    Pats on Turf = 32-6
    Jags on Turf = 1-6

    Besides the annual Indy loss, this includes losses at NO, BUF and STL with only a Jets 6 point win to show for it. Obviously this is not a team built to play (particularly defend) on turf and they don't have a lot of experience on it.

    Pats When 10+ Point Favorite = 15-1
    Jags When 10+ Point Underdog = 0-0

    Obviously the Pats take care of business when heavily favored (as most teams do) but the key here is that the Jags have not played as a heavy underdog recently. It will be interesting to see how they handle it.

    Pats with Extra Week = 3-0
    Jags with No Break = 29-16

    Give Belichick/coaches an extra week and they will be ready. Further evidence is that the Pats generally start the season strong (2003 excluded) and have won all 3 titles with a bye week before the playoffs.
  11. Jones-Drew

    Jones-Drew Rookie

    I believe this is an advantage for the Jaguars. They have had an unusual amount of attention lately (for obvious reasons), but this is somthing that they are not acustomed too. The Jaguars are at their best when they are playing the underdog roll. I see them coming out stronger than ever this Saturday.
    I believe you all should be concerned about your team's undefeated season coming to an abrupt end. Confindence is a good thing, but I think the Patriots' undefeated season is clouding the fans reality of how hard it is to win games in this league, and the Pats aren't playing as lights out as they were earlier in the season. Just rememeber I told you so. :bricks:
  12. Metaphors

    Metaphors In the Starting Line-Up

    Point taken, but that is an unknown. Even if they can play with a chip on their shoulder, it is really hard to maintain that for 60 minutes. Their record stinks on turf, but I haven't seen enough of the Jags to know if that is a fatal flaw or just an anomaly.

    I've never played an underdog roll, but I had some excellent dinner rolls for Thanksgiving. And crescent rolls are outstanding when served warm. Ahhhh...crescent rolls...
    Last edited: Jan 7, 2008
  13. patsfaninpa

    patsfaninpa In the Starting Line-Up

    I love how everyone conveniently overlooks the fact that we have beaten them the last 2 years with a team nowhere near as good as we are going to throw on the field in Saturday nite. They were 2 elimination games for the Jags too. So, they have no excuses. Humbled in 05 at the Razor in the playoffs. We basically ended their season last year in Jax by beating them in the next to last game. Ended their 06 season. Anyone sensing a pattern here? No M.Stroud this year. Henderson banged up a little. Pats will get up early and win by double digits. More, if Garrard doesn't play better than he did at Pitt. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt and assume he plays a little better. 31-17 Pats.
  14. Jones-Drew

    Jones-Drew Rookie

    Think about that one and get back to me when you are not stupid.
  15. ATippett56

    ATippett56 Pro Bowl Player

    Get a clue moron!
    Last edited: Jan 8, 2008
  16. eom

    eom In the Starting Line-Up

    I'll be looking fwd to a new thread from you on sunday.
    don't disappear.
  17. Jagwyer

    Jagwyer Closed Acccount

    Recently joined the Pats bandwagon then?
  18. LurkingLinebacker

    LurkingLinebacker Practice Squad Player

    No, probably not. He was playing on words. We have played the underdog role but not the underdog roll
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