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Old 06-08-2004   #3
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Originally Posted by Fiddy
How many FGs did we have in the redzone last year? Thats the key. We had around 3 redzone trips inside the redzone aginst the Dolphins, but had to settle for 3 FGs instead of 3 TDs. Look at the TD% in the redzone, which I am too lazy to find right now.
Haven't found an easy source for TD%'s league wide. From looking at the Texans' player stats, and a little memory which may be very fallible, it appears the Texans had 34 red-zone opportunities, 2 with no score, 19 TD's (which is 56% of opportunities or 60% of scores) and 13 FG's (and by the way Brown only missed one FG inside the 50 last year).
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