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Chargers, Cardinals, Colts worst in rushing so far..

Discussion in 'American Football' started by Chargers-Superhero, Nov 17, 2009.

  1. Chargers-Superhero

    Chargers-Superhero Just win the Damn SB !!!

    Mar 10, 2007
    Here's an interesting stat. The Chargers at 32 in rushing, Arizona at 31, and the Colts at 29. 3 playoff type teams who most likely will win their divisions at the bottom in rushing offense.

    Also they are among the best passing teams in the league with 3 top notch QB's. :tup:

    Not everybody needs to run if you play in nice weather. :unsure:

    3 teams that will ultimitely live and die by the pass in the playoffs, IMO.
  2. HollywoodLeo

    HollywoodLeo Well-Known Member

    Mar 13, 2006
    I'd still like to have a running game, though.
  3. LaDeezie21

    LaDeezie21 BoltTalker

    Aug 26, 2005
    Expect the Cardinals to get much better on the ground. Beanie Wells has been awesome when he's carried the ball. He's big, fast and hard to bring down.

    Thing is that Wiz tends to bring his rookies in slowly so Wells hasn't gotten many chances to contribute 'till recently. (that and he had an injury in the begining of the season). But he is making most of his carries now. I realy like watching him play.
  4. WonderSlug

    WonderSlug Well-Known Member

    Sep 1, 2005
    5 teams that will make the playoffs play in domes, so weather won't be much of a concern to the passing game.

    New Orleans

    San Diego has decent weather. Good enough for passing most of the time. Although January can get rainy and somewhat windy, as 3 of our last 4 home playoff games attest.

    Pats will be playing at home for at least their first game. However, they could be playing away for their rest.

    Cincy could be hosting at least one playoff game as well.

    Pitt may be playing on the road all of it's games if it's a wildcard. The other three wildcards as well.

    The Super Bowl is in Miami, again, this time. The last time it was in Miami, the weather was indeed quite rainy as the Colts beat the Bears. Nevertheless, Peyton Manning went 24 of 38 for 247 yards in a MVP effort.

    So, we really only need to keep an eye on the weather in Foxboro, Cincinnati, and maybe Pittsburgh. Miami might not be as rainy again in February.

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