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rfgdghd posted @ 2014年9月24日 10:36 in 未分类 , 253 阅读

CC TJ Yates is similar to Matt Schaub. Are they going to give him teh 3 years that Schaub had with the Falcons, where he started a lot of games?

Schaub started 2 Julius Thomas Youth Jersey games as a Falcon, 2.

Come baseball season, I have a feeling we will be seeing a lot of Jeff Passan. I wonder why whole article is kinda dumb, with tidbits like these Sunday night, the Marlins gave Jose Reyes $106 million for the next six seasons. Between 2006 and 2009, the Marlins' combined opening day payrolls were $104,160,000.

That may seem outrageous, until one uses the amazing http://www.broncosnflofficialproshop.com/Nike-Aqib-Talib-Jersey.html tool know as division.

Marlins average payroll $26 million

Reyes average salary $17.7 million

It is a stupid comparison, we get it, the Marlins are spending a lot of money this offseason, write about something interesting. That isn all that absurd.

What that? You have Tim Tebow invaded our consciousness. Yes, this is still a baseball column, though it's fair to delve into the news of the day when it can DeMarcus Ware Womens Jersey translate. And on Sunday afternoon, when Tebow was defying the laws of physics and aesthetics to help manufacture another win, I threw out a question on Twitter.

Who is the baseball equivalent of Tim Tebow?

Great, and I mean it, greeeeeeeeaaaaaaat question. Thank www.broncosnflofficialproshop.com/Nike-Tj-Ward-Jersey.html god for twitter.

I first suggested Dustin Pedroia because even though he doesn't do things the normal way, he succeeds nevertheless. Thankfully, people on Twitter are much smarter than me and filled in the blanks.

Is this supposed to be a jab at Pedroia height or something? How does he not do things the normal way? Does we bat with one leg in the air? Perhaps he throws the ball and the glove to first base. I not really sure. To some, he is gritty and gutsy if you readany Fire Joe Morgan in your lifetime, you know that the next person is either Darin Erstad or David Eckstein drew dozens of David Eckstein comparisons.

That is just awesome. I don know who should take this more personally, Tebow or Eckstein.

The following little nugget of awesomeness comes from some garbage article by some garbage journalist named Woody Paige.

I present my expert witness. Tebow belongs in the mix if players and coaches contemplate the line of reasoning first advanced by Chase Stuart, a creative contributor to several football websites. Stuart offering in The New York Times Fifth Down prior to the Jets game stated that Tebow runs ought to be comparable to completed throws (to himself) and included in his passing stats.

When I mentioned Stuart logic to Broncos coach John Fox, he agreed.

If Tebow Julius Thomas Womens Jersey 78 runs were added to his 65 pass completions, he be 143of221, or 64.7 percent fourth in the NFL.

Advanced NFL Stats had a cool post this week about Wide Receivers and interceptions. Placing the blame of interceptions is very hard to do, DeMarcus Ware Jersey and I am not setting out to do so, but I thought I would have fun with the numbers. Keep in mind, still dealing with a small sample size.

I wanted to look at the length of routes run vs. the interception rate per target of the receivers covered by Brian Burke.

First thing was to find out the average length of routes, which, to my knowledge, is not readily available. So I found the receiving yards of each receiver, subtracted the yards after catch, and divided that by catches. I just call it catch yards per catch. Basically, if the receiver were to just catch the ball and sit down on that spot, that would be his catch yards per catch. There aren really any surprises at the top, Desean Jackson, Steve Smith, Larry Fitzgerald, Denarius Moore, and Vincent Jackson.

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2019年10月03日 12:54

"Perhaps he throws the ball and the glove to' first base. I not really sure."

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2021年3月01日 15:29

A creative contributor to several football websites...

solitaire spider 说:
2021年3月01日 15:30

Perhaps he throws, the ball and the glove, to first base...

Elsa 说:
2023年2月25日 17:33

It's no surprise that the Miami Marlins are investing heavily in their team. After all, Jeff Passan's recent article highlighted how they gave Jose Reyes a hefty $106 million for the next six seasons, which is more real estate property Arlington than double their total opening day payrolls between 2006 and 2009. While it's encouraging to see the Marlins are doing their best to make a competitive team, it's also interesting to consider what this could mean for CC Yates. It will be worth watching to see if the Marlins give him the same three years of starting experience Matt Schaub had with the Falcons, or if they have something else in store.

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