Some Final 2018 Stats

Some statistics at the end of the 2018 regular season, for those who might be interested:

[tr][td][/td]
[td]W
[/td]
[td]L
[/td]
[td]T
[/td]
[td]PF
[/td]
[td]PA
[/td]
[td]PFPG
[/td]
[td]PAPG
[/td]
[td]Div
[/td]
[td]Home
[/td]
[td]Last 5
[/td]
[td]Streak
[/td]
[td]Last Win
[/td]
[td]Last Loss
[/td]
[td]Pts
[/td]
[/tr]
[tr][td]Calgary[/td]
[td]13
[/td]
[td]5
[/td]
[td]0
[/td]
[td]522
[/td]
[td]363
[/td]
[td]29.0
[/td]
[td]20.2
[/td]
[td]5-5
[/td]
[td]7-2
[/td]
[td]2-3
[/td]
[td]W1
[/td]
[td]Nov. 3
[/td]
[td]Oct. 26
[/td]
[td]26
[/td]
[/tr]
[tr][td]Saskatchewan[/td]
[td]12
[/td]
[td]6
[/td]
[td]0
[/td]
[td]455
[/td]
[td]449
[/td]
[td]25.3
[/td]
[td]24.9
[/td]
[td]7-3
[/td]
[td]6-3
[/td]
[td]4-1
[/td]
[td]W2
[/td]
[td]Oct. 27
[/td]
[td]Oct. 13
[/td]
[td]24
[/td]
[/tr]
[tr][td]Winnipeg[/td]
[td]10
[/td]
[td]8
[/td]
[td]0
[/td]
[td]550
[/td]
[td]419
[/td]
[td]30.6
[/td]
[td]23.3
[/td]
[td]4-6
[/td]
[td]6-3
[/td]
[td]4-1
[/td]
[td]L1
[/td]
[td]Oct. 26
[/td]
[td]Nov. 3
[/td]
[td]20
[/td]
[/tr]
[tr][td]B.C.[/td]
[td]9
[/td]
[td]9
[/td]
[td]0
[/td]
[td]423
[/td]
[td]473
[/td]
[td]23.5
[/td]
[td]26.3
[/td]
[td]4-6
[/td]
[td]7-2
[/td]
[td]3-2
[/td]
[td]L2
[/td]
[td]Oct. 19
[/td]
[td]Nov. 3
[/td]
[td]18
[/td]
[/tr]
[tr][td]Edmonton[/td]
[td]9
[/td]
[td]9
[/td]
[td]0
[/td]
[td]482
[/td]
[td]471
[/td]
[td]26.8
[/td]
[td]26.2
[/td]
[td]5-5
[/td]
[td]7-2
[/td]
[td]2-3
[/td]
[td]W1
[/td]
[td]Nov. 3
[/td]
[td]Oct. 19
[/td]
[td]18
[/td]
[/tr]
[tr][td][/td]
[td][/td]
[td][/td]
[td][/td]
[td][/td]
[td][/td]
[td][/td]
[td][/td]
[td][/td]
[td][/td]
[td][/td]
[td][/td]
[td][/td]
[td][/td]
[td][/td]
[/tr]
[tr][td]Ottawa[/td]
[td]11
[/td]
[td]7
[/td]
[td]0
[/td]
[td]464
[/td]
[td]420
[/td]
[td]25.8
[/td]
[td]23.3
[/td]
[td]6-2
[/td]
[td]6-3
[/td]
[td]3-2
[/td]
[td]W3
[/td]
[td]Nov. 2
[/td]
[td]Oct. 13
[/td]
[td]22
[/td]
[/tr]
[tr][td]Hamilton[/td]
[td]8
[/td]
[td]10
[/td]
[td]0
[/td]
[td]518
[/td]
[td]461
[/td]
[td]28.8
[/td]
[td]25.6
[/td]
[td]4-4
[/td]
[td]4-5
[/td]
[td]2-3
[/td]
[td]L3
[/td]
[td]Oct. 12
[/td]
[td]Nov. 3
[/td]
[td]16
[/td]
[/tr]
[tr][td]Montreal[/td]
[td]5
[/td]
[td]13
[/td]
[td]0
[/td]
[td]345
[/td]
[td]512
[/td]
[td]19.2
[/td]
[td]28.4
[/td]
[td]4-4
[/td]
[td]2-7
[/td]
[td]2-3
[/td]
[td]W2
[/td]
[td]Nov. 3
[/td]
[td]Oct. 20
[/td]
[td]10
[/td]
[/tr]
[tr][td]Toronto[/td]
[td]4
[/td]
[td]14
[/td]
[td]0
[/td]
[td]369
[/td]
[td]560
[/td]
[td]20.5
[/td]
[td]31.1
[/td]
[td]2-6
[/td]
[td]4-5
[/td]
[td]1-4
[/td]
[td]L2
[/td]
[td]Oct. 20
[/td]
[td]Nov. 2
[/td]
[td]8
[/td]
[/tr]

East vs West: West 28, East 12
Home record: 49-32
Average points per game: 50.96296296
Average point spread: 12.2962963

Tie games: 0

Games decided by 7 points or less: 31

Games decided by 14 points or more: 31
Most points, one team: 56 Winnipeg at Montreal, Friday, June 22

Most points, both teams: 90 Calgary 42 at Edmonton 48, Saturday, Sept. 8
Most points, losing team: 42 Calgary at Edmonton, Saturday, Sept. 8
Fewest points, one team: 0 Saskatchewan at Winnipeg, Saturday, Oct. 13
Fewest points, both teams: 18 Calgary 12 at Montreal 6, Monday, Oct. 8
Fewest points, winning team: 12 Calgary at Montreal, Monday, Oct. 8

Highest point spread: 46 Winnipeg 56 at Montreal 10, Friday, June 22

Lowest point spread: 1 Toronto 15 at Edmonton 16, Friday, July 13; Ottawa 41 at Toronto 42, Thursday, Aug. 2; B.C. 23 at Toronto 24, Saturday, Aug. 18; Edmonton 24 at Hamilton 25, Thursday, Aug. 23; Saskatchewan 30 at Toronto 29, Saturday, Sept. 22

Nice thing for Stamp fans, for the first time in 2 years, we don’t have an annoying tie in our record.

When we compare 2018 and 2017 gross yards, we see that the offensive yards gained have reduced by 1,841- from 61,997 to 60,156- whereas the defensive yards allowed have reduced by 1,841.-from 61,997 to 60,156-

The most positive variances,both offensively and defensively, are by Hamilton whereas the most negative variances,both offensively and defensively, are by Toronto.

The offensive numbers per team are:

Teams Gross offensive yards 2017 2018 Variances + or -


Hamilton 6,577 7,583 + 1,006
Edmonton 7,706 7,471 - 235
Ottawa 7,118 7,271 + 153
Calgary 6,729 7,094 + 365
Winnipeg 6,719 6,838 + 119
Toronto 7,401 6,237 - 1,164
Saskatchewan 6,760 5,985 - 775
BC 7,090 5,981 - 1,109
Montreal 5,897 5,696 - 201
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Totals 61,997 60,156 - 1,841
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The defensive numbers per team are:

Teams Gross defensive yards 2017 2018 Variances + or -


Saskatchewan 6,624 6,080 - 544
Calgary 6,116 6,093 - 23
Hamilton 7,331 6,288 - 1,043
BC 6,810 6,499 - 311
Winnipeg 7,529 6,599 - 930
Ottawa 7,213 6,789 - 424
Edmonton 6,519 6,775 + 256
Toronto 6,312 7,476 + 1,164
Montreal 7,543 7,557 + 14
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Totals 61,997 60,156 - 1,841
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Richard

Khari Jones is a bigger miss than I tough lol

Yes, Khari Jones was missed in BC. Maybe the ones wanting him out as Als Offensive Coordinator,on Als forum, ought to think again. Me, I don’t want him out.

Richard

Canadian WARD , breaks a WORLD FG kicking record for FGs made in a row during the regular season. He now stands at 51 straight FGs made in a row in one regular season. He could be the first KICKER ever to win the CFL’S Rookie of the Year.?

SINOPLI , breaks most receptions by a Canadian in a single season. The record now stands at , 116.
He also lead the CFL in receptions caught.

ANDREW HARRIS , wins the the CFL’S rushing title for the second year in a row. Placing him in the same conversation as some of WINNIPEG’S greatest running backs. 1841 / all purpose yards.
Howver , he is once again over looked for nom. for MOP?

Wow. How does he get overlooked for MOP?

And this is the second year in a row that this has happen. Great question!?

Here is the QB drive chart that I put together.

Yards per drive and points per drive are the key numbers

https://npewra.bn.files.1drv.com/y4moVfNn7ZZpTHYvMNrf93vP5-6sMI3_GS7WnLW-MbSCfNrtFBlBCyN0WoDYRpZ6hUrQuvvh6u7W-O5adZjJNgd1aMcPnqNYrRasCPcc68Y15OYNPjc7pQ_K7xgg-esNuaCJ-c2YMtPRaERP94dOs00h_eL9BYuvMnEz0NLrynVdw-jbIXZg28EA4J2DjyVNmKG4vJIFT0eaFsEGodiRMytCg?width=787&height=485&cropmode=none

Forgive me, the Als offensive was down by 201 yards this season over 2017. Am I reading the chart wrong?

If that is accurate, not sure I understand how you believe he should stay.