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Steelers 2nd in redzone scoring

Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by bigbenhotness, Oct 9, 2018.

  1. bigbenhotness

    bigbenhotness Well-Known Member

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    For what it's worth Pittsburgh is #2 in redzone efficiency, under Seattle. They are listed as a 78.57%, up from 53% in 2017.

    I don't expect that to hold, but just wanted to say there's at least improvement there on this team.
     
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  2. Diamond

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    They have been held scoreless twice in the 2nd half this season and they are 2 in redzone Eff? I guess if a team doesnt get in the redzone it must help their stats?
     
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  3. FeedTheMachineFTM

    FeedTheMachineFTM Well-Known Member

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    Exactly ,just another worthless " stat "
     
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  4. jeh1856

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    Eh, IDK. At least when we get in the red zone, we are scoring. That is certainly s good thing?
     
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  5. bigbenhotness

    bigbenhotness Well-Known Member

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    not technically worthless, shows we are punching it in this year.

    Just need to work on consistency and halftime game planning.
     
  6. MojaveDesertPghFan

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    Just to even out the stat BBH, where does the D stack up in red zone efficiency? Worthy to consider both sides of the equation.
     
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  7. Clive From PIT

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    53% (13th), v. 66% (31st) last year.
     
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  8. Clive From PIT

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    PIT is 25th in points per game, though. That suggests teams are scoring from outside the red zone. (That 53% number is touchdowns allowed in the red zone, not TD/FG scoring).
     
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  9. bigbenhotness

    bigbenhotness Well-Known Member

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    lot of big play td's given up that's why
     
  10. Steel Hog

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    I;ll stick with wins and losses. That stat trumps all others.
     
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  11. Roonatic

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    Who would you give more credit for this increase, Fitchner or Connor?
     
  12. steel machine

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    One of many. I've been watching the baseball playoffs and I'm amazed at all the BS they have come up with.
     
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  13. turtle

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    I'm all for any improvement by the offense in the red zone, nice work O! Now if we can get Boswell straightened out, even better.
     
  14. Da Stellars

    Da Stellars Well-Known Member

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    Sweet! That has always been an issue for us!
     
  15. bigbenhotness

    bigbenhotness Well-Known Member

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    of course, just passing the time...

    :)
     
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  16. nor

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    What helps red zone scoring is our good OL. Here are three pictures that show it.
    This play is called '36 trap'. I think. I'm still trying to learn the steeler play terminology.
    the '3' means the tailback gets the ball.
    the '6' means the play will go thru the '6' hole, the one between the RT and the TE.
    the 'trap' means the blocking assignment. the right side of the OL blocks down meaning away from the hole. The pulling LG kicks out the Cleveland DE, Myles Garrett I think in this play. nice hole for Conner and a TD.
    Some variations of this are:
    '36 LEAD' where the pulling guard would pull and lead the RB thru the hole while Rosey Nix would be in charge of kicking the DE out. '36 COUNTER trap' where COUNTER means Conner would take a step to his left first to deceive then run right for the actual handoff and run. IMG_2800.JPG IMG_2803.JPG IMG_2805.JPG
     
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