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ESPN posted its 2019 stat projections for the upcoming season. How far off do you think they are on the following players?

 

1) Josh Allen

274/476  57%  3281 yards  17 TD/14 INT

100 carries  569 yards  7 TD

2) Lesean McCoy

139 carries  556 yards  3 TD

28 receptions  225 yards  1 TD

3) Devin Singletary

72 carries  319 yards  2 TD

14 receptions 119 yards  0 TD

4) John Brown

41 receptions  688 yards  16.6 avg  4 TD

5) Cole Beasley

62 receptions  676 yards  10.9 avg  3 TD

6) Dawson Knox

21 receptions  265 yards  12.8 avg  1 TD

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I think Brown's numbers are way too low. He's in a perfect situation with a QB who likes to air it out. Barring injury or Foster re-emerging as a go to guy, I expect him to put up 1000 yards and 8 TD's.

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I feel that Brown will get closer to 800 yards and 7 TD's. Beasley gets 5 TD's. Yardage about right. I am thinking Allen throws for 20 TD's. The vertical game will open up. As far as the RB's are concerned, I expect Shady to bounce back some. Still hard to predict Singletary and Knox, though they will be heard from.

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I think our WRs will have slightly higher receptions and yards.  If John brown only has 4 TDs I’ll be shocked 

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Seems pretty conservative. Those are like Tyrod Taylor stats with twice the INT's. The way Josh looks to push that ball down the field I would be surprised if he had only 205 yards per game. I'd expect him to be around 230 - 250 (3600 - 4000). That would rank him at 18th or 19th last year for yards per game.

 

Rushing stats seem fine.

 

I think he can get 20+ TD's. 20 TD's would have ranked Josh 21st last year, around Carr, Dalton, and Winston.

14 INT's seems about right to me. He's a risk taker.

 

So I would project 3600 yards, 20 TD's, 14 INT's. Last year that would rank him 18th, 21st, and like 27th respectively in those categories. Not good enough, but improvement.

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17 hours ago, Stads said:

ESPN posted its 2019 stat projections for the upcoming season. How far off do you think they are on the following players?

 

1) Josh Allen

274/476  57%  3281 yards  17 TD/14 INT

100 carries  569 yards  7 TD

2) Lesean McCoy

139 carries  556 yards  3 TD

28 receptions  225 yards  1 TD

3) Devin Singletary

72 carries  319 yards  2 TD

14 receptions 119 yards  0 TD

4) John Brown

41 receptions  688 yards  16.6 avg  4 TD

5) Cole Beasley

62 receptions  676 yards  10.9 avg  3 TD

6) Dawson Knox

21 receptions  265 yards  12.8 avg  1 TD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I can make up numbers too.

 

By the way, when you add up all the predicted receiving yards, it's still about 1400 yards short of Allen' s predicted total. So who's the mystery receiver with 1400? More than double of our best receiver? #math

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7 minutes ago, PromoTheRobot said:

 

I can make up numbers too.

 

By the way, when you add up all the predicted receiving yards, it's still about 1400 yards short of Allen' s predicted total. So who's the mystery receiver with 1400? More than double of our best receiver? #math

 

lol I was going to start adding because something seemed wrong.

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9 minutes ago, PromoTheRobot said:

 

I can make up numbers too.

 

By the way, when you add up all the predicted receiving yards, it's still about 1400 yards short of Allen' s predicted total. So who's the mystery receiver with 1400? More than double of our best receiver? #math

Not in common core math!

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17 hours ago, Phil The Thrill said:

If those are Allen’s stats in year 2, I think there’s reason for encouragement 

 

Really? Wow you have a low bar for football quarterbacks 

15 minutes ago, PromoTheRobot said:

 

I can make up numbers too.

 

By the way, when you add up all the predicted receiving yards, it's still about 1400 yards short of Allen' s predicted total. So who's the mystery receiver with 1400? More than double of our best receiver? #math

 

Antonio Brown 

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6 minutes ago, Chemical said:

 

Really? Wow you have a low bar for football quarterbacks 

 

Antonio Brown 

 

24 total TD to 14 total turnovers? I'll take that.

 

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49 minutes ago, PromoTheRobot said:

 

I can make up numbers too.

 

By the way, when you add up all the predicted receiving yards, it's still about 1400 yards short of Allen' s predicted total. So who's the mystery receiver with 1400? More than double of our best receiver? #math

I'm assuming all of the other receiving options on the team will make up the final 1400 (Kroft, Foster, Jones, McKenzie, Croom, Gore, etc.)

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18 hours ago, Phil The Thrill said:

If those are Allen’s stats in year 2, I think there’s reason for encouragement 

 

Those stats are horrible and would likely mean our offense was pathetic. 

38 minutes ago, Joe in Winslow said:

 

24 total TD to 14 total turnovers? I'll take that.

 

 

Tyrod production but with more turnovers. Vomit.

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4 hours ago, PromoTheRobot said:

 

I can make up numbers too.

 

By the way, when you add up all the predicted receiving yards, it's still about 1400 yards short of Allen' s predicted total. So who's the mystery receiver with 1400? More than double of our best receiver? #math

 

How the heck do people determine how many TDs every skill player will have and then post it like they have a ruddy clue what they are talking about?

 

 

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Outside of Allen's passing yards I think that's pretty pessimistic all around. Beasley and/or Brown should definitely end up with more receiving yards. I mean who else is catching Allen's yards ESPN? The math doesn't check out, apparently there's another 1300 receiving yards or so somewhere on the roster that isn't worth mentioning. And I really think McCoy will do better than that this year. Wouldn't be surprised if Allen rushes for more as well.

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On 8/14/2019 at 9:45 PM, row_33 said:

How the heck do people determine how many TDs every skill player will have and then post it like they have a ruddy clue what they are talking about?

 

 

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On 8/14/2019 at 10:03 PM, PromoTheRobot said:

 

I can make up numbers too.

 

By the way, when you add up all the predicted receiving yards, it's still about 1400 yards short of Allen' s predicted total. So who's the mystery receiver with 1400? More than double of our best receiver? #math

 

Duh. It's Zay. 

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