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Wolf
09-04-2008, 01:22 AM
take it what it is worth. or a coin flip might predict better but who knows.


http://accuscore.com/option,com_acc_nfl_game_preview/tab,stats/Itemid,207/game_id,11/


bunch of "projected" stats

average score Pitt 28-19

beerlover
09-04-2008, 01:36 AM
Sunday can't get here quick enough, I've had enough predictions, its time to get it on :kingkong: the Texans don't need to beat them they need to dominate- in all phases of the game :logo:

KEYE SUX
09-04-2008, 02:36 AM
The biggest improvement needs to happen in TO. Accuscore has us at over 2 turnovers this game alone. If we have 0 TO then the computer would have a completely different outcome

threetoedpete
09-04-2008, 04:04 AM
I've got 28-23, I'm in the ball park.

buddyboy
09-04-2008, 02:05 PM
What interested me was the fact that the prediction (I know, it's just a prediction) had us at 2.7 sacks with the Steelers with 1.9

So, our O-line vs. their D-line is actually a better matchup against their O-line vs. our D-line. That's encouraging to hear. Not only that we are getting sacks, but our O-line is preventing them.

On another note, our rushing attack looks plain measly when compared to the Steelers. Gotta say, this prediction is along the same lines of what I'm expecting come Sunday. A strong rushing assault that our D won't be able to stop, leading to a win for Pitt.

Wolf
09-06-2008, 11:25 AM
What interested me was the fact that the prediction (I know, it's just a prediction) had us at 2.7 sacks with the Steelers with 1.9

So, our O-line vs. their D-line is actually a better matchup against their O-line vs. our D-line. That's encouraging to hear. Not only that we are getting sacks, but our O-line is preventing them.

On another note, our rushing attack looks plain measly when compared to the Steelers. Gotta say, this prediction is along the same lines of what I'm expecting come Sunday. A strong rushing assault that our D won't be able to stop, leading to a win for Pitt.

That one got me too.. looks like the line is 6.5 ...and 78 percent says we won't cover it (If I read that right, I dont' get into betting so i might not know what I am really looking at)

only thing I noticed that changed was slaton's chance at greater than 80 yards .. 10 percent down to 8