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i was looking at the situational stats on nfl.com for jeff garcia:

nfl.com's situational stats on jeff garcia

here are some things to watch for this weekend:

- garcia's passer rating goes down from pass attempts 1-10 (104.0) to att 11-20 (99.2) to att 21-30 (90.6).

- most of his interceptions happen once he crosses the 50yd line (his rating drops to 79.1), but in the red zone his numbers go up to a 103.4 rating!

- garcia's rating in the 2d half drop to 80.6 and in the last two minutes of each half, it drops to 71.1.

- regardless of the situation, about a third of garcia's passes go for 1st downs (good scheme)...at least its not higher than that.

- six of his nine ints happened when the bucs were trailing on the scoreboard (suggests he might try to force the ball into tight spots). when behind by 9+ points, his rating drops to 57.9 (obviously defense are t-ing off on him at this point).

- the bucs throw much fewer passes when they are ahead (suggests they may not attempt to run-up the score, instead they seek to run out the clock and play time of possession). this will also make it more difficult for our defense to get ints if we are behind.

- garcia's passer rating is above 100 in quarters 1 & 2. it drops to below 82 in the 2d & 3d quarters.

- if the score is within 7 points in the 4th quarter, garcia's rating is only 86.0 and the yds per completion drops to 6.1 yds (down from 9.0 in the 1st quarter). this suggests the bucs struggle passing when under pressure in the game.

- garcia plays much better on turf (109.6 vs 89.1)

your thoughts....?

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i was looking at the situational stats on nfl.com for jeff garcia:

nfl.com's situational stats on jeff garcia

here are some things to watch for this weekend:

- garcia's passer rating goes down from pass attempts 1-10 (104.0) to att 11-20 (99.2) to att 21-30 (90.6).

- most of his interceptions happen once he crosses the 50yd line (his rating drops to 79.1), but in the red zone his numbers go up to a 103.4 rating!

- garcia's rating in the 2d half drop to 80.6 and in the last two minutes of each half, it drops to 71.1.

- regardless of the situation, about a third of garcia's passes go for 1st downs (good scheme)...at least its not higher than that.

- six of his nine ints happened when the bucs were trailing on the scoreboard (suggests he might try to force the ball into tight spots). when behind by 9+ points, his rating drops to 57.9 (obviously defense are t-ing off on him at this point).

- the bucs throw much fewer passes when they are ahead (suggests they may not attempt to run-up the score, instead they seek to run out the clock and play time of possession). this will also make it more difficult for our defense to get ints if we are behind.

- garcia's passer rating is above 100 in quarters 1 & 2. it drops to below 82 in the 2d & 3d quarters.

- if the score is within 7 points in the 4th quarter, garcia's rating is only 86.0 and the yds per completion drops to 6.1 yds (down from 9.0 in the 1st quarter). this suggests the bucs struggle passing when under pressure in the game.

- garcia plays much better on turf (109.6 vs 89.1)

your thoughts....?

stats are overrated but i like the work you've done here.

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i was looking at the situational stats on nfl.com for jeff garcia:

nfl.com's situational stats on jeff garcia

here are some things to watch for this weekend:

- garcia's passer rating goes down from pass attempts 1-10 (104.0) to att 11-20 (99.2) to att 21-30 (90.6).

- most of his interceptions happen once he crosses the 50yd line (his rating drops to 79.1), but in the red zone his numbers go up to a 103.4 rating!

- garcia's rating in the 2d half drop to 80.6 and in the last two minutes of each half, it drops to 71.1.

- regardless of the situation, about a third of garcia's passes go for 1st downs (good scheme)...at least its not higher than that.

- six of his nine ints happened when the bucs were trailing on the scoreboard (suggests he might try to force the ball into tight spots). when behind by 9+ points, his rating drops to 57.9 (obviously defense are t-ing off on him at this point).

- the bucs throw much fewer passes when they are ahead (suggests they may not attempt to run-up the score, instead they seek to run out the clock and play time of possession). this will also make it more difficult for our defense to get ints if we are behind.

- garcia's passer rating is above 100 in quarters 1 & 2. it drops to below 82 in the 2d & 3d quarters.

- if the score is within 7 points in the 4th quarter, garcia's rating is only 86.0 and the yds per completion drops to 6.1 yds (down from 9.0 in the 1st quarter). this suggests the bucs struggle passing when under pressure in the game.

- garcia plays much better on turf (109.6 vs 89.1)

your thoughts....?

my thoughts....

well your stats are wrong!!!!!!!!!!!

passing stats

player att cmp % yds sck yds lost td int % rating

jeff garcia 258 170 65.9 1967 13 71 9 3 1.2 95.5

looks like only 3 picks to me!!!!!!!!!!

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i was looking at the situational stats on nfl.com for jeff garcia:

nfl.com's situational stats on jeff garcia

here are some things to watch for this weekend:

- garcia's passer rating goes down from pass attempts 1-10 (104.0) to att 11-20 (99.2) to att 21-30 (90.6).

- most of his interceptions happen once he crosses the 50yd line (his rating drops to 79.1), but in the red zone his numbers go up to a 103.4 rating!

- garcia's rating in the 2d half drop to 80.6 and in the last two minutes of each half, it drops to 71.1.

- regardless of the situation, about a third of garcia's passes go for 1st downs (good scheme)...at least its not higher than that.

- six of his nine ints happened when the bucs were trailing on the scoreboard (suggests he might try to force the ball into tight spots). when behind by 9+ points, his rating drops to 57.9 (obviously defense are t-ing off on him at this point).

- the bucs throw much fewer passes when they are ahead (suggests they may not attempt to run-up the score, instead they seek to run out the clock and play time of possession). this will also make it more difficult for our defense to get ints if we are behind.

- garcia's passer rating is above 100 in quarters 1 & 2. it drops to below 82 in the 2d & 3d quarters.

- if the score is within 7 points in the 4th quarter, garcia's rating is only 86.0 and the yds per completion drops to 6.1 yds (down from 9.0 in the 1st quarter). this suggests the bucs struggle passing when under pressure in the game.

- garcia plays much better on turf (109.6 vs 89.1)

your thoughts....?

he only has 3 ints this year....9 tds though.

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