Run attempts vs. pass attempts %

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  1. PATRIOTS-80

    PATRIOTS-80 2nd Team Getting Their First Start


    (so far this year)

    Run attempts -- 318

    (I did not include Vinny Testaverde kneel down which in the stats showed as a rushing attempt, nor did I include Brady's kneel downs and scrambles -- as they weren't designed offensive plays). I did include WR reverses as rushing attempts.

    Passing attempts -- 367

    So that means of 685 plays (318 + 367), we threw 54% of the time, and ran 46% of the time.


    Rushing attempts -- 401
    Passing attempts -- 564

    So that means of 965 plays (401 + 564), we threw 59% of the time, and ran 41% of the time.


    Rushing attempts -- 476
    Passing attempts -- 485

    So that means of 961 plays (476 + 485), we threw 51% of the time, and ran 49% of the time.


    Rushing attempts -- 428
    Passing attempts -- 537

    So that means of 965 plays (428 + 537), we threw 56% of the time, and ran 44% of the time.
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2006
  2. 420jim

    420jim On the Game Day Roster

    You stats are a little misleading, different team require different tactics. Against Minnesota, pass was the best option, against the Colts I think they should run first, second and throw in a run with the pass just to keep them off guard. Until the Colts prove you can't run against them, getting into a shoot-out is a bad idea. Baltimore, just the opposite, short pass, swing pass, run to keep them honest, deep pass. So some games you'd have more passas and others you'd have more runs
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2006
  3. 5 Rings for Brady!!

    5 Rings for Brady!! In the Starting Line-Up

    I think you meant to say 'we threw 54% and ran 46% for 2006'. :D

    My gut reaction is that it is disappointing that we are not 50-50 this year with two solid RBs as well as a struggling pass attack.

    Sure would have enjoyed running against the Colts. They stuffed Maroney, but Dillon could have been more involved, and Faulk less. :rolleyes:

    Hopefully we will decide to be more balanced down the stretch. In my opinion, anyway.
  4. PATRIOTS-80

    PATRIOTS-80 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    Right you are ... its the other way around, we threw 54% and ran 46%. I edited the original post.

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