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After falling to #2 in the rankings, the Michigan Wolverines received some more disappointment over the weekend as they fell 17-16 on a last second field goal to the 25th ranked Penn State Nittany Lions. This loss opened up the B1G East and set up a potential deciding game in the final week between Michigan and long time rival and 7th ranked, Ohio State.


As the AFC North tries to figure out who really wants to win the division and play in the playoffs, the battle heats up as Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Baltimore all win their respective games. The Pittsburgh Steelers will play Monday night to see if they can remain tied with Baltimore for the lead at 6-6.


Recruiting season begins to wind down but there are still some major decisions to be made as teams look to fill out their classes. Will these players be able to live up to the hype? Or will they crumble under the pressure of expectations. Stay tuned to find out.


The battle for the NFC East remains hot as well, for all the right reasons as both the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys picked up wins on Sunday. The Eagles beat the Falcons 31-28 and the Cowboys beat the Panthers 31-20, making the NFC South a bloodbath as well as the league heads towards the playoffs.
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    [2021] QB Failure Rate of Low Impact Throws

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    You guys get a second one today to match the first - this is the failure rate of throws that had little potential for yardage or points and may reflect one of the following: poor decision making in the player, poor gameplanning, a tendency to run dump-off passes/checkdowns, poor receiving capability, or an over reliance on non-safe passes (to the outside for instance).



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    12 hours ago, taffyowner said:

    I don't know what to make of these things with Murphy...


    Very interesting to see him "middle of the pack" for both. Could it be that he's just less often in situations where he has to throw under pressure? Don't know about your line and running game over the years, but that would maybe explain why he didn't especially develop those two traits. Also, he shares those spots with some undisputedly good other QBs, Heiden for example.

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