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CloakNNNdagger
03-09-2011, 01:57 PM
From 2004-2010, the Texans have won 50% of their home games and 30% of their away games. So what have the Texans shown us so far? That with home field advantage we are still as likely to lose as to win? And that without home field advantage we tend to feverishly be looking for a paddle?

NFL HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE-STATS (http://www.nflstatanalysis.net/2011/02/home-field-advantage-in-nfl-detroit.html)

RagingBull
03-09-2011, 03:01 PM
You need to put a Texans PR spin on it:

From 2004-2010, the Texans had the seventh strongest homefield advantage with a ratio of improvement of 1.68. This compares very well with the rest of the league which ranged from 0.94 to 2.6. This means the Texans won 1.68 times as many home as away games. The New England Patriots had a homefield advantage ratio of only 1.2. The Pittsuburgh Steelers had a ratio of only 1.24. The Indianapolis Colts came in near the bottom at 1.11. Way to go Houston Texans!


:wadepalm:

Hagar
03-09-2011, 07:18 PM
Just curious, how many of those Home Wins did we get in the second half of the season when the Texans were basically out of the playoffs?

eriadoc
03-09-2011, 09:13 PM
You need to put a Texans PR spin on it:

From 2004-2010, the Texans had the seventh strongest homefield advantage with a ratio of improvement of 1.68. This compares very well with the rest of the league which ranged from 0.94 to 2.6. This means the Texans won 1.68 times as many home as away games. The New England Patriots had a homefield advantage ratio of only 1.2. The Pittsuburgh Steelers had a ratio of only 1.24. The Indianapolis Colts came in near the bottom at 1.11. Way to go Houston Texans!


:wadepalm:

Man, did you copy that from some Houston Texans letterhead, or do you just work for them? That is strong! Rep.

HJam72
03-10-2011, 12:48 AM
Here's one:

If Demeco Ryans hadn't been out for the season, the Houston Texans might not've had the worst defense in NFL history. :rake:

Norg
03-10-2011, 01:13 AM
Just curious, how many of those Home Wins did we get in the second half of the season when the Texans were basically out of the playoffs?

yeah prob 90 % LOL