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Quarterbacks around the league are known for either doing a great job or doing a poor job, right? I mean, that's just how the NFL is, and it doesn't matter whether or not you throw for 150 yards or 400 yards.
Your performances are based on your stats, whether or not those stats have anything to do with how well you actually played.
But as a league, we got to remember that as fans, we have to remember that the league is not based just around that player.
There are 11 players on the field with that guy.
Well, 10 because he's the 11th.
That has something to do with those stats.
Don't forget play calls and coaching.
That also has a lot to do with a player stats.
Now, currently, right now, Kirk Cousins has 10 interceptions and people are absolutely laying down on him, saying, Hey, my goodness, Kirk Cousins is having an awful season.
He leads the league right along with Carson Wentz with 10 interceptions on the season, and when asked about that, here was his response.
He says every every interceptions a little different.
You go back and look at each one and say, Why was that the case on this particular play and certainly the first one against Atlanta that I had.
I'd say I got locked in on Justin Jefferson and I didn't need to force it, but I wouldn't say many of the others were pre determining and a lot of them You just have to shrug your shoulders and say, Well, hell, Mary's air unfortunate tipped passes unfortunate.
I mean, you want to get it corrected, and you want to finish the year in a different place.
But if your team is down three touchdowns in the fourth quarter and you're just throwing the stinking football downfield trying to make up, you know that points, you can't really put that on the quarterback specifically, Yes, maybe being down had something to do with the quarterback being down that far earlier in the game.
Or it could have been bad play calling bad running game, and you can't just lay it all on a quarterback for being down that far in the game every stinking time.
You also I mean, when you throw a football to somebody and it hits them in the hands and it bounces up and gets intercepted.
Do you really put that on the quarterback? That's unfortunately when it happens, when that interception actually happens, most fans look at that and go, Yeah, yeah, that wasn't on the quarterback, But you completely forget about that the very next week on the next game.
And if something like that happens, Guinea does an interception.
You go to the stat line and you go, well, Help.
He's got 10 interceptions on the season.
Off course, he's doing poorly.
It's something that he does on a consistent basis, but you tend to forget about all those other interceptions that weren't his fault.
Just like from same cases.
Go not just for quarterbacks, but for running backs and wide receivers and things of that nature.
I mean, heck, right now, right now, like I said, he's tied with 10 interceptions.
That's the worst in the NFL with Carson wins.
But, man, there is a four way tie.
A five way tie for second place Cam Newton, Kyler, Murray, Baker, Mayfield, Daniel Jones and Ryan Fitzpatrick all have seven interceptions.
Seven yet, if you look at Cam Newton.
You're probably gonna blame all those interceptions on Cam Newton.
You look at Kyler, Murray and or say Baker, Mayfield or even Ryan Fitzpatrick, and you kind of ease off.
But the Daniel Jones of the world No, you're on him.
You're on camera.
Newton about Well, he's throwing all these interceptions.
Oh, that's rough.
It's rough toe watch.
How about when a running back doesn't do Well, Okay, Like last week, Josh Jacobs performed awful against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Do you lay the blame on on Jacobs, Do you say, Well, Josh Jacobs just you know, he didn't do a very good job, so we're gonna blame it on him.
How about putting a little bit of, uh, yeah, the Buccaneers run defense is **** good, right? You kind of got to go in that direction.
Let's look at Jonathan Taylor for the Indianapolis Colts.
Right now he is 20 28th in the NFL in yards per attempt, 28 the Colts are dead last.
Get laughed in yards per attempt as a whole as a team, and I think they're like 28th in the NFL in total yards rushing.
Do you say, Well, the Colts can't run the football.
No, that has nothing to do with it.
It's the simple fact that the first two weeks Marlin that first week Marlon Mack went down there was no pre season, and the Indianapolis Colts offensive line was not in sync with their new starting running back, Jonathan Taylor.
Taylor didn't know how he, Taylor didn't know.
Uh, they're blocking scheme, how they blocked.
I mean, he knew there skiing.
He knew that they were generally a zone blocking type of offensive line, but he didn't understand about patients letting those blocks happened in front of him before he takes off his his whole.
He didn't understand the speed of the game and realize that you just can't run over everybody in the NFL like he did in college.
That he's got skills that he needs to use Mawr in the NFL than what he used in college and make his best best attributes his main attributes and work off those like his feed.
But here you just look at the stats.
Go on. Well, he sucks.
The Colts sucks.
When you look at the last three games, the Colts average pretty darn good running the football.
I mean, they're averaging around five yard to Carrie Johnson.
Taylor is the last three weeks, but he only had what 12 carries last the last time the Colts played.
And you're like, Well, why didn't they feed him the ball? If there are good running team, they feed him the ball.
Even if he did have five yards a carry.
Well, game dictates what plays you call, and if you fall behind 21 nothing in the first quarter, you're not going to be running the football nearest much.
So that's what happened.
Sometimes, as fans, we look at stats and we make assumptions.
But those assumptions ain't necessarily true.
Last year in the playoffs, Ryan Tannehill never had a game where he threw over 200 yards so instantaneously.
All the fans were like, Well, Ryan, Derek Henry carries this team.
Derrick Henry is the reason why the the Titans air good.
You know, Ryan Tannehill ain't nobody.
He don't even throw the ball very much.
But that had nothing to do with Ryan Tannehill skills on the team.
It's the fact that they went into each game thinking they could just out power, the teams they were facing with their run game.
So they fed Henry a ton and just used Ryan Tannehill when they needed him and on Lee when they needed him.
So he didn't get that many pass attempts.
Ryan Tannehill is getting past attempts after pass attempts, and he's lighting the N F Ella.
And yet no one realizes that he's lighting the NFL up.
I mean, come on.
How is that even? Ah, thought process on this situation when you when you look at it And he is fourth in the NFL in passer rating with the 1 12.
3, he's got 15 touchdowns as opposed to two interceptions.
Okay, he's got almost 1600 yards passing, and he's completing almost 69% of his passes.
Ryan Tannehill should be in the running for M V P right now with Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady, But no one's thinking about Ryan Tannehill because of what he did in the playoffs.
But they're not looking at what he's doing right now in the NFL.
Why is that? Why is that? It doesn't make any sense to me? None.
So that's just what we got to go with.
NFL fans look at stats with convenient for them, and they forget about what actually transpired for them to get to where they're at now.
I'm not gonna blame all the fans because I'm gonna tell you what.
NFL reporters and ****ysts.
They don't bring this stuff up either.
And in order for the fans to be reminded about this stuff, it's not their job to go through and look out past games and stats and watch film on a constant basis.
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Kirk Cousins has 10 interceptions.
10 10 interceptions this year.
Are they all on him? No, absolutely not.
But that's just what you got to go with.
That's just what you got to go with.
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Look, I'm pretty sure we got the Atlanta Falcons versus the Carolina Panthers, one in six versus a three and four.
You might be sleeping on Atlanta a little bit.
Their defense isn't the best, but their offense is quite potent, and Carolina has been a scrappy team all season, even though they are three and four.
They have been scrappy, but news just came out.
Christian McCaffrey will not be playing in this game, so don't start him in your fantasy.
If you have him, please don't.
He will not be here.
Hopefully another 10 days rest will get him back for the next game for Carolina and until next time I'm Lourdes on with SportsCastr news.
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