Carolina inside the 10
Posted Apr. 03 at 03:33 AM
Working on Carolina, I notice that team – oddly – was the best at running the ball inside the 10-yard line but the worst at passing in that area.
The Panthers ran the ball 38 times in that area, and they scored on 19 of those plays (including both touchdowns and 2-point conversions). That’s 50 percent – best in the league. The rest of the league scored on 30 percent of its running plays in that part of the field.
At the same time, Carolina was the worst at passing in that area – 20 pass attempts resulted in only 7 completions, 1 interception and 1 sack. The Panthers scored on only 3 of those 20 plays, which works out to 15 percent – worst in the league. The rest of the league scored on 32 percent of its pass plays in that area.
The individual numbers:
7-19-1-31, 3 TDs, 1 sack
(completed 37 percent of his passes)
(only 15 percent of pass plays resulted in touchdowns)
20 carries, 51 yards, 10 scores
(scored on 50 percent of carries)
17 carries, 42 yards, 8 scores
(scored on 47 percent of carries)
7 pass attempts
(only receiver with 7-plus attempts not to score)
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