Interesting stats

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  1. Rawpimple

    Rawpimple Well-Known Member

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    Did not know these--taken from the Miami Herald

    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/spor...t-notes-duke-johnson-canes-dolphins-heat.html

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    gator_chomp New Member

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    We all know Johnson folds against good defenses. But the 6 50-yard runs since last year worries me - one has to wonder if he's due a breakout game against an elite defense. I hope it's not on Saturday.
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    I'll just say this. Johnson is no Gurley. He's good but nothing like Gurley.
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    Very interesting. Much of that falls on their offensive line. They are hardly a great group. Johnson in my opinion is very, very good, though.
  5. Rawpimple

    Rawpimple Well-Known Member

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    Much of our success could be attributed to allowing only one 100 yard rusher over the past 16 games. Impressive.

    2 rushes given up over 50 yards during the past 10 years? The last one to Furman in 2011. Even more impressive!
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    qwghlmgator Well-Known Member

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    I think Morris' stat lines are pretty similar - especially INTs.

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