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  • Marc Bulger: 90.0+ passer rating.

    11 9.57%
  • Steven Jackson: 1,500+ yards rushing.

    56 48.70%
  • Donnie Avery: 1,000+ yards receiving.

    22 19.13%
  • Chris Long: 10+ sacks.

    9 7.83%
  • James Laurinaitis: 125+ tackles.

    9 7.83%
  • O.J. Atogwe: 8+ interceptions.

    8 6.96%
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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    I say avery getting 1000 yards, not a huge # for #1 WR these days. that's less than 64 yards a game.

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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    Laurinaitis gets 125+ tackles this year. I think he starts from day one and immediately starts rackin' em' up.

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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    I'm going to say Bulger at 90+.

    The change in offense and the solidifying of the O-line should bolster his Comp. % and his TD/Int. ratio. A 90+ should be attainable if he stays healthy.
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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    I think all of those are possible. Even though OJ has done it before I think that one is the most far fetched because 8 INTs is alot.

    I though S-jax would be to easy to pick so I went with my second choice Lauranatis. MLBs in Spags scheme consistently rack up 100+ tackles. Also if you look at all the first MLBs drafted recently every single one has gone over a 100 tackles.

    2,000 all purpose fro S-Jax anyone ?

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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    I went with the odds SJ with our new running scheme should be odds on to hit it bar any injurys avery could cover 1000 yards only 62-63 yards per game

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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    I have to go with a net average of less than 10 tackles per game for J. Lau. That seems like a way too common situation for a MLB. So, other than that, I would say that the 1000 yard mark for Avery would be second.

    I would like to say the 1500 yards for SJAX, but he needs to prove to me he can go uninjured in a season first.

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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    I went with Marc Bulger posting a 90+ passer rating. I think this one is a given since we are going to have a west coast offence which means more precision passing and with the power running game he will be throwing less. Since the perfect passer rating is 165 I think that 90 is a given so if we are looking for a guarantee to me this is a given. I think all of the choices are plausible however. If they reach them all this would be one great season.

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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    where is the "all of above" button!!! this would be sick if all could happen.
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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    Jackson is the "safe" bet, but i went with Long to be a sack master this season..

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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    omg after seeing all those stats on the poll, I jizzed in my pants hahah but i choose chris longs 10+ sacks. that would be AMAZING!!

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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    If Chris Long gets 10+ sacks, how much better will Tye Hill be? Much better.

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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    I tried to come up with stats that are plausible, but not certain.

    I went with Donnie Avery at 1,000, but it was a very close call.

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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    Had to go S Jax... I'm not really sold on us being able move the ball via the pass... It's all up in the Air... No pun intended....

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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    Good Post AV, I picked Steven over 1500. I believer in the ground game. when you have a solid backfield, with a homerun threat, it makes everything stronger. Playactions always available, and the Defense stays off the field which means fresher players in the 4th Qtr

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    Re: Which of these stats would you bet on (if you had to bet)?

    Chris Long was my pick. I think he and Laurinaitis both are going to have a big impact this year. They will feed off each other.

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