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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    So the rain caused him to miss his recievers by 20 yards? Some of those picks weren't even close. If Big Ben can't handle a little rain then he needs to hang up his cleats now.
    Well, some of those raindrops were pretty big.
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    Saw a stat saying NFL teams with a turnover margin of +5 or better in a game are 132-4-1. The Browns are responsible for two of those losses and the tie.

    Pretty incredible.

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    Browns off to their best start since 2004. Nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Axelrod View Post
    Saw a stat saying NFL teams with a turnover margin of +5 or better in a game are 132-4-1. The Browns are responsible for two of those losses and the tie.

    Pretty incredible.
    Saw a funny tweet that said something to the effect of only the Browns can end a seventeen game losing streak and still not win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    Nope but if no rain Big Ben throws for over 500 yards!
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    How many times has he done that over the past few years?
    It's only happend 22 times in history of the NFL. But Ben is responsible for 3 of those times. So yea, no rain without a doubt were talking 500+ yards easy.

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    500+ yards passing is generally an indication your team is not performing well or in a battle... often as a result of the QB play. I would be interested to know the overall record of QBs that throw for over 500 yards in a game, but it is probably not as great as you think it is.

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    Instead of a tie. At least go to like a sudden death field goal competition. Kick from different spots and the first one to miss from that spot, while the other makes it loses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    Instead of a tie. At least go to like a sudden death field goal competition. Kick from different spots and the first one to miss from that spot, while the other makes it loses.
    Neither team could make a field goal yesterday. Browns was blocked and Steelers was wide left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    500+ yards passing is generally an indication your team is not performing well or in a battle... often as a result of the QB play. I would be interested to know the overall record of QBs that throw for over 500 yards in a game, but it is probably not as great as you think it is.
    13-9

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    I'm still trying to figure out if most of the sacks were Tyrod's fault or not. Half the time, he was under instant pressure so I'm not putting any plays that were made by the Steelers on him. However, the instances where he had protection, he held onto the ball forever. What I'm not sure of (because camera angles don't show the whole field) is were the Browns receivers covered most of the time or did Tyrod expect to make perfect, safe passes all game? If it's the former, I'm good with his 15/40 completion stats. If it's the latter, he's not the short term answer.

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