ESPN's Accuscore

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  1. Section516

    Section516 Warrior

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    Had some fun with the Accuscore from ESPN... Inputting the statline from the game yields..


    The chances of this scenario occurring are 0%. Please remove or adjust some of your customizations.

    Arian Foster, what say ye? :spin:
     
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  3. ziggy29

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    I don't think there's any way in that tool to distinguish between 100 yards gained in garbage time and 100 yards gained in a tightly contested game where the outcome is in question.

    And how often do teams lose when they have a RB go for 200+ yards?
     
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    Dutchrudder COOL BEANS!

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    Didn't the Titans lose to us last year when CJ got 3 70+ TD runs?
     
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    Oh, it happens. Having a 200 yard rusher isn't a guarantee of winning. My only point is that it's silly to say a team has a ZERO percent chance of winning when they have a back rush for 200+. And teams with that stat line on the ground win a lot more than they lose.
     

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