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  1. Statistics -- Team Allowed

    Of course it does! Why didn't I notice that before?! Yes, I can use that, and pull out the data I need. Excellent! . . . But, er, um, with the new format, this "Game Stat Matcher" does not include the DEFs that are on bye (and rightfully so with the new format). Darnit! The "Def Allowed" Statistics are also used to help evaluate future schedules, trades, WW/FA pickups, not just the current week stuffs. So, where I love the new format of the "Game Stat Matcher", there's some functionality lost from last year's "Def Allowed" grid. Do you think there's any chance of adding the Bye Teams' def lines, with a "bye" off line to couple with it? This will maintain the new, current format, AND provide all teams' up-to-date DEF ALLOWED stats. (How much would it cost me to get this added? :sweating-nervous: )
  2. Statistics -- Team Allowed

    WW, thanks for the reply. But, that's not exactly what I'm looking for. That page only has the RANKINGS, and assumes certain scoring rules. Here's the 2005 link : http://www.thehuddle.com/stats/2005/std-TPR.php. The table I was referring to, and I think is more helpful, is the grid that shows actual statistics given up to each position. Here's the 2004 link : http://www.thehuddle.com/stats/2004/std-ra-def.php. SKIP the first table, and look at the 2nd table (Team Allowed Averages). It's this 2nd table that I'm inquiring about. Do you see the difference between this 2nd table (statistics) and those provided (rankings) in the 2005 link? Or, am I completely missing something here?
  3. Statistics -- Team Allowed

    In 2004, thehuddle included a table of statistics -- Team Allowed Averages in their weekly updates. I haven't seen it yet for 2005, and I'm hoping it'll be continued. I used this table, along with my different scoring rules, to determine "Ease of Weekly Opponent". Here's the link to the 2004 page: http://www.thehuddle.com/stats/2004/std-ra-def.php. It's the table on the bottom. Please continue this for 2005.
  4. Texans Fire Offensive Coordinator

    I feel your pain. You might've heard me screaming at the television all the way from TX. I'm guessing if they don't show incredible improvement this season, then either Capers or Car is gone, or both. Then draft OL in 2006! PLEEEEEAAAAASE! They need to realize that T Tony Boselli won't be playing for them anytime soon.
  5. Texans Fire Offensive Coordinator

    Darnit! I was hoping the OC was the problem. It's gonna' be a long year for HOU.
  6. Best fantasy scoring Denver RB?

    I'm sure you have room for him on your DASH4 roster.
  7. Moss!

    OAK = 0-2 as well, right? Yeah, yeah, I know -- their 0-2 looks a lot better than MIN's 0-2. But, I'll be the first to say here that I think the BIGGEST hit to MIN's O is losing their OC Linnehan (now at MIA).
  8. Ricky Williams

    Got him on 4 of my 12 teams. 1 redraft, 2 keepers, and 1 draft-only league (only starts if his pts are good enough)
  9. Shut up M Irvin

    So, what if Favre said, "I don't care if Walker's in camp or not."
  10. Shut up M Irvin

    Club, I think we can both agree that that is your assessment (opinion, interpretation) of what was actually and factually said. My assessment (opinion, interpretation) is obviously different. So, it appears that we'll agree to disagree on this point. Probably because that more players that got their contracts re-worked reported FIRST, then received renegotiated contracts SECOND. Would you agree with this one?
  11. Shut up M Irvin

    SE TX? Vidor?
  12. Shut up M Irvin

    TOTALLY agree that the venue (public media) that Favre took was probably the poorest. I'm not arguing that one, as I believe we agree there. However, I still believe BFavre was providing his viewpoint and advice. I'm having a hard time seeing where BFavre was playing GM here. If I was BFavre (but I'm not), I would've probably have done the same thing -- don't know if I would've done it thru the media. But, I would've looked for the win-win solution here -- one in which gets JWalker in camp to help the GB team compete and win; and one in which doesn't preclude JWalker in getting a new contract. I'm thinking that that's the case here -- JWalker had a better chance of getting a new contract in camp, not holding out. AT THE SAME TIME, JWalker would be in camp to help with GB's attack for 2005. Win-win. I don't see how JWalker's holdout was a win-win.
  13. Shut up M Irvin

    That's a very good question. I'm not one to get into the mgmt side of things, and I don't know what the exact duties are for a GM, owner, yada-yada-yada. I really don't care. And because of that, I don't know the scopes of each position in the mgmt chain. I'll admit that. But, can we not imagine the following occurring? JWalker and BFavre are having a drink in a local bar, or fishing in MS someplace -- just suppose, go with me here. JWalker : "Man, I'm way underpaid for the results I'm giving the team." BFavre : "I can't disagree with you there, Javon, but that's between you, your agent, and the mgmt (whatever their names are)." JWalker : "And I'm thinking of holding out of mini-camps, training camps, 2-a-days, pre-season until a new deal gets done." BFavre : "I don't agree that that's the best way of going about it. You know how mgmt (whatever their names are) feels about holdouts. I think you can still get your money without having to hold out. I need you there, man, if we're gonna' compete this year." I'm not seeing the big deal here. Just like Drew, Favre provided advice -- "this is what I think" type of stuff. How is Favre playing GM? Did he say, "If you're not here in training camp, then I'm docking your pay $5,000 for every missed day?" No. Favre didn't do that, did he? I never said anything about hating or loathing Irvin. I simply believe he's over-stepping his bounds as a commentator here. And it appears double-standards to me -- "BFavre should've kept his nose out of it, but let me put my nose right smack in the middle of it." And I have no clue how Moss being in OAK has anything to do with this. Sorry, but I'm lost with that comment.
  14. Shut up M Irvin

    Doesn't make it right. Playing out your contract isn't new to the NFL either. That's like saying arsons aren't new to the USA. Yet, one can still make his point without having to resort to arson. He was -- the business of winning in GB. Last time I checked, there's been no report on him in the negotiation rooms with JWalker, Drew, or the GB mgmt. I have not heard any reports of Favre opening up Walker's contract and taking part in any kind of negotiations. Did I miss something there? Agree.
  15. Shut up M Irvin

    Well put. Got me there. I guess then, we can say, that QBs are paid to throw to their WRs. Which is hardly possible when they're holding out.