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These are Ryan's stats against the 3-4 defense.

In 2008...

@ San Diego: 17/23 73.9% YDs (207) TDs (2) INTs (0) QB RAT (130.2)

** PLAYOFFS ** @ Cardinals: 26/40 65.0% YDs (199) TDs (2) INTs (2) QB RAT (72.8)

(I didn't include the Green Bay game because they didn't switch to the 3-4 until 2009.)

In 2009...

vs. Miami: 22/36 61.1% YDs (229) TDs (2) INTs (0) QB RAT (98.0)

@ 49ers: 22/32 68.8% YDs (329) TDs (2) INTs (1) QB RAT (110.0)

@ Patriots: 17/28 60.7% YDs (199) TDs (0) INTs (0) QB RAT (82.3)

@ Cowboys: 19/35 54.3% YDs (198) TDs (2) INTs (2) QB RAT (66.1)

@ Jets: 16/34 47.1% YDs (152) TDs (1) INTs (0) QB RAT (69.7)

So, in total, Ryan threw...139/228 for a 61.0 completion %, 1,513 yards, 11 touchdowns, and 5 interceptions for a QB rating of 87.5 against the 3-4. Pretty good. This year we face more of the 3-4 in the Steelers, Cardinals, 49ers, Browns, Ravens, and Packers. The 3-4, although tough on QBs due to the blitz schemes, is built to stop the run. I believe Ryan makes huge strides this year because more games will be placed on his back if Turner struggles. Comments???

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Ryan's played pretty well against the 3-4 but Turner has a harder time generally b/c they're more focused on the run as you mentioned. If i'm not mistaken, didn't the Raiders play a 3-4 in 2008 as well when Rob Ryan was their DC?

If they did, Ryan and Jenks opened up a can o' whoopazz on them, so that could be a very good sign! :)

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These are Ryan's stats against the 3-4 defense.In 2008...@ San Diego: 17/23 73.9% YDs (207) TDs (2) INTs (0) QB RAT (130.2)** PLAYOFFS ** @ Cardinals: 26/40 65.0% YDs (199) TDs (2) INTs (2) QB RAT (72.8) (I didn't include the Green Bay game because they didn't switch to the 3-4 until 2009.)In 2009...vs. Miami: 22/36 61.1% YDs (229) TDs (2) INTs (0) QB RAT (98.0)@ 49ers: 22/32 68.8% YDs (329) TDs (2) INTs (1) QB RAT (110.0) @ Patriots: 17/28 60.7% YDs (199) TDs (0) INTs (0) QB RAT (82.3)@ Cowboys: 19/35 54.3% YDs (198) TDs (2) INTs (2) QB RAT (66.1)@ Jets: 16/34 47.1% YDs (152) TDs (1) INTs (0) QB RAT (69.7)So, in total, Ryan threw...139/228 for a 61.0 completion %, 1,513 yards, 11 touchdowns, and 5 interceptions for a QB rating of 87.5 against the 3-4. Pretty good. This year we face more of the 3-4 in the Steelers, Cardinals, 49ers, Browns, Ravens, and Packers. The 3-4, although tough on QBs due to the blitz schemes, is built to stop the run. I believe Ryan makes huge strides this year because more games will be placed on his back if Turner struggles. Comments???

All I care about with Ryan is winning%. 4-2 against 3-4 defenses? A .667 winning clip? OK. Not bad. Not bad at all. Peyton struggled with 3-4s for years.

If your stats are right he has 11 TDs and 5 INTs against 3-4 defenses? As a young boy? Not bad son. Not bad at all. Trust me.

Any questions?

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All I care about with Ryan is winning%. 4-2 against 3-4 defenses? A .667 winning clip? OK. Not bad. Not bad at all. Peyton struggled with 3-4s for years.

If your stats are right he has 11 TDs and 5 INTs against 3-4 defenses? As a young boy? Not bad son. Not bad at all. Trust me.

Any questions?

Yes. Why do you make general statements about stuff, and then conclude them with "trust me" and "any questions?"

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Yes. Why do you make general statements about stuff, and then conclude them with "trust me" and "any questions?"

If I say Trust Me or Any Questions I definitely believe I have good knowledge about the subject at hand.

If those phrases bother you though, do like Gritz does. Stick your fingers in your ears and say blah, blah, blah. It's probably your best bet.

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All I care about with Ryan is winning%. 4-2 against 3-4 defenses? A .667 winning clip? OK. Not bad. Not bad at all. Peyton struggled with 3-4s for years.

If your stats are right he has 11 TDs and 5 INTs against 3-4 defenses? As a young boy? Not bad son. Not bad at all. Trust me.

Any questions?

Also "troof"...the years he faced the Patriots and Chargers in the playoffs were some of his worst games. It's good to see Matt is getting comfortable with all the NFL schemes that are thrown at him week to week. This year will be another test for Ryan though, but he's been preparing all offseason, and that can only lead to good things.

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If I say Trust Me or Any Questions I definitely believe I have good knowledge about the subject at hand.

If those phrases bother you though, do like Gritz does. Stick your fingers in your ears and say blah, blah, blah. It's probably your best bet.

It's like when a kid learns a new word/phrase and they beat it to death.

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Yuck. He need to step it up this year. These are two play off contenders. We very well can be seeing them later in the season.

Exactly what I was thinking...even though those stats are good for a 2nd year QB, I'd still like to see Matt improve in the comp/att area and improve his overall completion percentage. I think with him studying film this offseason on finding the underneath route, and with HD back, we'll see him make progress.

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@ Cowboys: 19/35 54.3% YDs (198) TDs (2) INTs (2) QB RAT (66.1)

@ Jets: 16/34 47.1% YDs (152) TDs (1) INTs (0) QB RAT (69.7)

Yuck. He need to step it up this year. These are two play off contenders. We very well can be seeing them later in the season.

Jets had one of the best Ds in the league last year and Ryan won the game.

His last drive he was 5/8 with a TD for a QB rating of 106.

Dallas had a good D and an extra week to prepare. Ryan lead the team to 21 points, it was the D and ST that broke down.

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Jets had one of the best Ds in the league last year and Ryan won the game.

His last drive he was 5/8 with a TD for a QB rating of 106.

Dallas had a good D and an extra week to prepare. Ryan lead the team to 21 points, it was the D and ST that broke down.

how dare you use logic and proper stats to look at more than the box score and assume our suckiness.........how dare you sir....

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@ Cowboys: 19/35 54.3% YDs (198) TDs (2) INTs (2) QB RAT (66.1)

@ Jets: 16/34 47.1% YDs (152) TDs (1) INTs (0) QB RAT (69.7)

Yuck. He need to step it up this year. These are two play off contenders. We very well can be seeing them later in the season.

Keep in mind that was Ryan's first game back from Turf Toe, I'm not saying that as an excuse but it does play a factor. The cold weather on a bum toe didn't do him any favors.

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These are Ryan's stats against the 3-4 defense.

In 2008...

@ San Diego: 17/23 73.9% YDs (207) TDs (2) INTs (0) QB RAT (130.2)

** PLAYOFFS ** @ Cardinals: 26/40 65.0% YDs (199) TDs (2) INTs (2) QB RAT (72.8) - Ryan's tell of rocking back on his heels before the snap let the cards D tee off and put us at a major disadvantage. Playing catchup you throw more. without the tell his stats would be better most likely.

(I didn't include the Green Bay game because they didn't switch to the 3-4 until 2009.)

In 2009...

vs. Miami: 22/36 61.1% YDs (229) TDs (2) INTs (0) QB RAT (98.0)- Our kickers were lucky to hit anything green in this game and I believe cost us 12pts that would've allowed Matt not to throw as much. So, he probably would've had better stat with those point on the board.

@ 49ers: 22/32 68.8% YDs (329) TDs (2) INTs (1) QB RAT (110.0)

@ Patriots: 17/28 60.7% YDs (199) TDs (0) INTs (0) QB RAT (82.3)

@ Cowboys: 19/35 54.3% YDs (198) TDs (2) INTs (2) QB RAT (66.1)- Once the boys figured out our secondary was weak we played catchup the whole game. With a secondary Matt's stats would've been allot better. Heck we might have won.

@ Jets: 16/34 47.1% YDs (152) TDs (1) INTs (0) QB RAT (69.7)

FIXED, I think he's better than your stats suggest based on the info I've put in.

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These are Ryan's stats against the 3-4 defense.

In 2008...

@ San Diego: 17/23 73.9% YDs (207) TDs (2) INTs (0) QB RAT (130.2)

** PLAYOFFS ** @ Cardinals: 26/40 65.0% YDs (199) TDs (2) INTs (2) QB RAT (72.8)

(I didn't include the Green Bay game because they didn't switch to the 3-4 until 2009.)

In 2009...

vs. Miami: 22/36 61.1% YDs (229) TDs (2) INTs (0) QB RAT (98.0)

@ 49ers: 22/32 68.8% YDs (329) TDs (2) INTs (1) QB RAT (110.0)

@ Patriots: 17/28 60.7% YDs (199) TDs (0) INTs (0) QB RAT (82.3)

@ Cowboys: 19/35 54.3% YDs (198) TDs (2) INTs (2) QB RAT (66.1)

@ Jets: 16/34 47.1% YDs (152) TDs (1) INTs (0) QB RAT (69.7)

So, in total, Ryan threw...139/228 for a 61.0 completion %, 1,513 yards, 11 touchdowns, and 5 interceptions for a QB rating of 87.5 against the 3-4. Pretty good. This year we face more of the 3-4 in the Steelers, Cardinals, 49ers, Browns, Ravens, and Packers. The 3-4, although tough on QBs due to the blitz schemes, is built to stop the run. I believe Ryan makes huge strides this year because more games will be placed on his back if Turner struggles. Comments???

Wow, this is pretty surprising to me. Most young QB's really struggle against the 3/4 defense. I am not crazy that we were 4-3 (would rather be 7-0 :lol: ) in those games that you listed (including the playoff game), but not really disappointed in it either and definitely encouraged that his performance is decent.

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