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Postby chaindog35 » Thu Feb 10, 2005 9:58 pm

LJ did tip it. Mitchell needs to keep his mouth shut. and the pats dynasty definitely isn't as good as the 49ers, but then again, there was no salary cap either.
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Postby Demented Avenger » Thu Feb 10, 2005 10:53 pm

portisfan24 wrote:
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goleafsgo96 wrote:im curious, howd you end up with that number? theyve won all 3 by 3 points, how does that make their average 0.5?



Because they lost one by 7.

(3+3+3-7)/4 = 0.5

The Niners' SBs.
(5+22+4+45+23)/5 = 19.8



And yeah, I think you're right about it being LJ instead of Freddie. Oh well. I'm still going to pretend I saw an 84, not an 82.


You dont count losses in the margin of VICTORY With your system had they lost by 20 their average margin of victory would be around negative 3? How the hell does that work? Also, the dynasty does not include the past superbowl, as it is not this time frame. It makes no sense, so dont even try to argue.


"In Super Bowls, the Patriots have on average outscored their opponents 0.5 points" is harder to say than "average margin of victory 0.5 points". To me, losing by 7 is winning by -7. It makes sense to me.

But either way, 20 is still higher than 3. ;-D
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Postby goleafsgo96 » Fri Feb 11, 2005 8:49 am

well if youre saying "average margin of victory", which you are, then you cant count losses... but its your sig.
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Postby chcbb » Fri Feb 11, 2005 9:00 am

Demented Avenger wrote:
portisfan24 wrote:
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goleafsgo96 wrote:im curious, howd you end up with that number? theyve won all 3 by 3 points, how does that make their average 0.5?



Because they lost one by 7.

(3+3+3-7)/4 = 0.5

The Niners' SBs.
(5+22+4+45+23)/5 = 19.8



And yeah, I think you're right about it being LJ instead of Freddie. Oh well. I'm still going to pretend I saw an 84, not an 82.


You dont count losses in the margin of VICTORY With your system had they lost by 20 their average margin of victory would be around negative 3? How the hell does that work? Also, the dynasty does not include the past superbowl, as it is not this time frame. It makes no sense, so dont even try to argue.


"In Super Bowls, the Patriots have on average outscored their opponents 0.5 points" is harder to say than "average margin of victory 0.5 points". To me, losing by 7 is winning by -7. It makes sense to me.

But either way, 20 is still higher than 3. ;-D


what super bowl did the patriots lose by 7? as far as i know they lost to the bears by 36 in super bowl XX, and to the packers by 14 in XXI.
by your system that would put their margin of victory at
(3+3+3-14-36)/5 = -8.2

now i think it's silly to count losses in margin of victory in sbs; you should say the pats have a margin of victory of 3 and a margin of loss of 25. but all those loses were last century so they don't count :-D so yes, the niners have beaten their opponents by much more than the pats. last century.
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Postby Demented Avenger » Fri Feb 11, 2005 9:19 pm

Oops, you're right, don't know where I got -7 from... sorry about that. I still think the Pats are one of the greatest teams in NLF history, I don't mean to piss anybody off. In 20 years when the Texans are winning Super Bowls left and right, you'll understand.
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Postby chcbb » Fri Feb 11, 2005 11:22 pm

Demented Avenger wrote:49ers average point differential in SBs: 19.8
Patriots' average point differential in SBs: -8.2


haha, nice edit on the sig. thanks to me it makes the pats look even worse. :-b oh well, i'll think i'll just stick with my "this century only philosophy"; the previous century wan't such a great time to be a new england based sports fan (well, i can only speak for the 80's and 90's, but that was enough to make me jaded).
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