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Webby
09-03-2014, 01:59 PM
I always find these interesting, but hardly predictive...
Vikings on left, Rams on right.


5-10-1 Record 7-9
391.......................................Total Points Scored.......................................348
24.4..........................................Points Per Game........................................ 21.75
363..................................Offensive Points Scored..................................306
309...............................................First Downs...............................................282
344.3................................. Total Offense Per Game................................. 304.8
5.4........................................Avg. Yards Per Play.........................................5.0
130.1............................Net Rushing Yards Per Game............................ 109.5
214.2.............................Net Passing Yards Per Game............................ 195.3
19/370......................Had Intercepted/Yards Returned......................11/230
32............................................Total Giveaways............................................ 21
44/218............................. Sacks Allowed/Yards Lost..............................26/235
27:39.....................................Possession Average..................................... 29:05
78/214.................................Third Down Efficiency..................................73/212
10/19................................ Fourth Down Efficiency..................................6/18
70/695........................................Penalties/Yards..................................... 123/1009
480.................................Opp. Total Points Scored..................................364
30.0....................................Opp. Points Per Game................................... 22.75
438...........................Total Offensive Points Allowed...........................329
368.........................................Opp. First Downs..........................................337
397.6............................Opp. Total Offense Per Game........................... 345.0
5.6.................................. Opp. Avg. Yards Per Play...................................5.4
110.4......................Opp. Net Rushing Yards Per Game...................... 102.9
287.2.......................Opp. Net Passing Yards Per Game....................... 242.1
100/1003................................Opp. Penalties/Yards................................. 105/978
12/78...............Defensive Interceptions/Yards Returned..............14/256
20............................................Total Takeaways........................................... 29
41/274................................ Defensive Sacks/Yards.................................53.326
-12............................................ Turnover Ratio.............................................+8
75/39.2............................... Punts/Net Punting Avg................................ 78/44.2

VKG4LFE
09-03-2014, 11:27 PM
I'm going to use sabermetrics to say....We win!!!! Haha

triedandtruevikesfan
09-03-2014, 11:35 PM
Vikes win!

STCLOUDSAYSGOVIKES
09-03-2014, 11:58 PM
Even with the sorted history of Minnesota teams not living up to expectations, this is a win.

Traveling_Vike
09-05-2014, 01:46 AM
I've been calling this a win since Bradford got hurt, but I'm starting to worry now. Some of the so-called experts are picking the Vikes to win. That's very often a bad sign.

BadlandsVikings
09-05-2014, 08:57 AM
I'd call this a win but they also were suppose to beat the Browns last year

VikingMike
09-06-2014, 01:47 PM
This should be a win...I'm betting our D is much improved over last year's, and the turnover ratio must be improved this year.

Three Vikings out for Sunday, but Griffen says he's playing (http://blog.startribune.com/sports/access-vikings/three-vikings-out-but-griffen-says-hes-playing)

Minniman
09-10-2014, 12:24 AM
This should be a win...I'm betting our D is much improved over last year's, and the turnover ratio must be improved this year.
You win a cookie. The turnover ratio was a big deal. Even though the Vikings offense sputtered, it did not lose the ball on a turnover.