Punting stats

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Came across some interesting stats this morning over at nfl.com. In 3 games, the leading punter in the NFL for net average and overall average is Jon Ryan: 45.1 ypp and 52.8ypp respectively. Even though Jeremy Kapinos hasn’t been great (he’s 31st in net average, but does have 5 punts downed inside the 20), he hasn’t been horrendous either. This post isn’t really about Kapinos though, I just thought it was interesting that the guy we cut last year is leading the NFL in 2 significant punting categories.

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4 Responses to “Punting stats”

  1. Joe Says:

    Ryan suffered from having a couple of really bad punts at the wrong time and having really lousy coverage.

  2. jojo the cheese faced boy 1992 Says:

    I am so tired of hearing stuff like this. It’s not just a bunch of homers spouting off with uninformed opinion either. It seems obvious obvious to the masses. Somebody send tt a postcard.

  3. Packers Daily Links 10.1.09 - Railbird Central Says:

    […] the NFL for net average and overall average is Jon Ryan: 45.1 ypp and 52.8ypp respectively," writes Hayes. "Even though Jeremy Kapinos hasn’t been great (he’s 31st in net average, but does have 5 […]

  4. Ron La Canne Says:

    Funny how easy it is to change the punter. If only tht philosophy would be transferred to the O line.

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