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    Wow... This Might Surprise You

    The Steelers are #2 in the NFL in RZ TD percentage, converting at just under an 80% clip. That's currently better than KC. Last season they were slightly better than 50% conversion.

    It seemed just a few short years ago we were lamenting the sad state of the Steelers RZ efforts. You could argue this was one of Haley's biggest shortcomings in designing short field scoring plays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCoast View Post
    The Steelers are #2 in the NFL in RZ TD percentage, converting at just under an 80% clip. That's currently better than KC. Last season they were slightly better than 50% conversion.

    It seemed just a few short years ago we were lamenting the sad state of the Steelers RZ efforts. You could argue this was one of Haley's biggest shortcomings in designing short field scoring plays.
    Didn't surprise me.
    [url=http://img525.imageshack.us/i/steelers2010.jpg/]http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/2...eelers2010.jpg[/url]

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    Nice to hear that stat.

    Now, if we can just get to the red zone more consistently. I'm hopeful that will happen.

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    Just shows how much Haley sucked.
    [url=http://img525.imageshack.us/i/steelers2010.jpg/]http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/2...eelers2010.jpg[/url]

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    Love that Haley shot!

    Yeah, I knew they were doing better but I didn't know it was that much better. Now if we can run the ball, keep the defense off the field a little bit and convert against the Bengals, we should be all right.

    Also, love how we've gotten back to using our TE's.

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    Playing well in the "Ketchup" Zone early in games means that we don't need to play "Catch Up" later in games.
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