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Ryan
10-13-2008, 06:58 PM
If so, tell me what the Texans record is when Andre Johnson gets at least 8 catches. It seems like the more times he gets it, the better chance we have of winning. :texflag:

The Pencil Neck
10-13-2008, 08:50 PM
According to my calculations, we are 6-11 when AJ gets 8 or more receptions and 1-2 this year.

He already has more 8+ reception games this year than any year in his career except 2006.

2008 - 1-2.
2007 - 1-1.
2006 - 2-5.
2005 - 0-2.
2004 - 1-1.
2003 - 1-0.

I was using the stats from here:
Pro Football Reference: Andre Johnson's Game Logs (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/J/JohnAn02_games.htm)

Htownsportsfan
10-13-2008, 10:15 PM
I am just guessing but I bet that was not the result Ryan was expecting.

Corrosion
10-13-2008, 10:25 PM
I am just guessing but I bet that was not the result Ryan was expecting.

Wasnt the results I was expecting when I read his OP.

Runner
10-13-2008, 10:57 PM
What is the Texans record now? 34-67? If so that is a winnng percentage of 33.7%.

If the 6-11 stat is correct when Dre has 8 or more receptions, then that is a winning percentage of 35.3%. Not much difference.

However - he used to catch a lot of very short passes in the Pendry offense. Those eight catch games need to be factored out. Yardage might be the better metric, or average per catch with a minimum of x catches or something.

Ryan
10-13-2008, 11:17 PM
Yeah, it wasn't really what i was expecting either. But usually a big game from him puts us in a good spot to win each time. I just blame everyone else for not finishing off the wins. :foottap:

Speedy
10-13-2008, 11:37 PM
Well, I don't know about the 8 catch thing, but last year I noticed the Texans were a better running team when AJ played as opposed to when he was out. I don't remember the exact numbers but I believe there was a significant difference.

ObsiWan
10-13-2008, 11:43 PM
According to my calculations, we are 6-11 when AJ gets 8 or more receptions and 1-2 this year.

He already has more 8+ reception games this year than any year in his career except 2006.

2008 - 1-2.
2007 - 1-1.
2006 - 2-5.
2005 - 0-2.
2004 - 1-1.
2003 - 1-0.

I was using the stats from here:
Pro Football Reference: Andre Johnson's Game Logs (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/J/JohnAn02_games.htm)

the dink & dunk year of 2006 skewed the results
:D

HJam72
10-13-2008, 11:43 PM
Only stat that matters is what our record was when he DIDN'T play at all.

The Pencil Neck
10-14-2008, 01:46 AM
Only stat that matters is what our record was when he DIDN'T play at all.

When he didn't play at all:
2008 - 0-0
2007 - 2-5
2006 - 0-0
2005 - 1-2
2004 - 0-0
2003 - 0-0

So, just 3-7. Which is a 30% winning percentage without him and a 35% winning percentage with him.

For his 100 yard days:

2008 - 1-2
2007 - 3-1
2006 - 2-2
2005 - 0-2
2004 - 1-3
2003 - 1-2

So that's 8-12 which is a 40% winning percentage on his 100 yard days over his career. 6-5 or a 55% winning percentage under Kubiak and a 22% (2-7) winning percentage under C&C.

HJam72
10-14-2008, 03:48 AM
OK, with and without AJ SINCE DAVID CARR LEFT. :) Most years Carr kind of didn't use him right.

That's gives us 4-3 vs. 2-5.

Ryan
10-14-2008, 07:09 PM
The Texans are 12-11 when AJ gets at least one receiving TD.