Cam Cameron Statistics Summary - NFL Rankings
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Cam Cameron Statistics Summary - NFL Rankings
Posted by Numbers on 2/7 at 1:38 pm
So at least we can pretend the rant likes facts over unsubstantiated opinion...

Cold Hard Facts...

Statistics_from_Years_as_NFL_Offensive_Coordinator_or_Head_Coach
Team's_Ranking

Yr/Team____Offense______Rushing_______Passing_
Year__Tm___Yds___Pts____Att___Yds____Att___Yds
2002__SDG__16____20_____9_____8______21____22
2003__SDG__14____16_____25____6______12____19
2004__SDG__10____3______4_____6______28____16
2005__SDG__10____5______12____9______13____12
2006__SDG__4_____1______2_____2______25____16

Avg_________10.8__9.0____10.4__6.2____19.8__17.0

Yr/Team____Offense______Rushing_______Passing
Year__Tm___Yds___Pts____Att___Yds____Att___Yds

2007__MIA__28____26_____27____23_____12____24

Yr/Team____Offense______Rushing_______Passing
Year__Tm___Yds___Pts____Att___Yds____Att___Yds
2008__BAL__18____11_____1_____4______30____28
2009__BAL__13____9______7_____5______25____18
2010__BAL__22____16_____6_____14_____24____20
2011__BAL__15____12_____8_____10_____18____19
2012__BAL__16____10_____12____11_____15____15

Avg________16.8__11.6___6.8___8.8______22.4___20.0

AVERAGES:
Yr/Team___Offense_______Rushing_______Passing
Tm________Yds____Pts____Att___Yds____Att___Yds
SDG_______10.8___9.0____10.4___6.2___19.8___17.0
BAL_______16.8___11.6___6.8____8.8___22.4___20.0
All________15.1___11.7___10.3___8.9___20.3___19.0
All-MIA____13.8___10.3___8.6____7.5___21.1___18.5

Brees_starter_2002 to 2005
Rivers_drafted_in_2004
Flacco_drafted_in_2008

Source:
http://www.pro_football_reference.com/coaches/CameCa0.htm



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Posted by buffbraz on 2/7 at 1:43 pm to Numbers
Nice rankings...wait WTF


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Posted by LSUviaCincy on 2/7 at 1:44 pm to Numbers
How dare you post actual stats. The ranters will have to get out their slide rulers and pocket protectors. Look what you have done.


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Posted by The Mick on 2/7 at 1:46 pm to Numbers
Sooo, he sucks?


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Posted by Party At LSU on 2/7 at 1:49 pm to The Mick
quote:

Sooo, he sucks?


A science lab Frankenstein-esque creation of half Bill Walsh and half Sean Payton couldn't have gotten any production out of that sad arse group of so called offensive players in Miami in 2007.



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Posted by Waffle House on 2/7 at 1:49 pm to Numbers
Top half of the league in points every year as an OC except his first year. I'll take it.


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Posted by tduecen on 2/7 at 1:50 pm to Numbers
So playing against college defenses is like playing against Cleveland every game?


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Posted by Numbers on 2/7 at 1:55 pm to The Mick
quote:


Sooo, he sucks?


Well...

During his 10 years as an offensive coordinator in the NFL, his average team points scored is 10th.

This suggests to me that this would be an outstanding hire...especially considering that he broke in two new quaterbacks during those 10 years...




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Posted by epbart on 2/7 at 2:05 pm to Party At LSU
quote:

A science lab Frankenstein-esque creation of half Bill Walsh and half Sean Payton couldn't have gotten any production out of that sad arse group of so called offensive players in Miami in 2007.


That year does stand out in a bad way. Man, Saban really left the cupboard bare in Miami when he left.



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Posted by Adam Banks on 2/7 at 2:09 pm to epbart
Cleo lemon stared multiple games for the dolphins that year. That is enough to pardon Cameron for that year.


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Posted by TigerHoo on 2/7 at 2:12 pm to Numbers
Interesting to compare the Rushing rankings to the Passing rankings, on the teams he's coached.


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Posted by dr smartass phd on 2/7 at 2:13 pm to LSUviaCincy
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The ranters will have to get out their slide rulers


Are you positive that they even know what that is, much less know how to use one.



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Posted by LSUviaCincy on 2/7 at 2:15 pm to TigerHoo
He would be an awesome hire. His pedigree alone is impressive and make our SEC opponents have to prepare for something they have not seen before.




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Posted by Party At LSU on 2/7 at 2:17 pm to epbart
quote:

Man, Saban really left the cupboard bare in Miami when he left.


It started way before him. Jimmy Johnson loaded them with defensive talent and it eroded horribly under Wannstedt and Rick Spielman.

But that's another conversation for a Dolphins forum...



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Posted by epbart on 2/7 at 2:23 pm to Party At LSU
no doubt. just being a little snarky.




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Posted by Rex on 2/7 at 2:28 pm to LSUviaCincy
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and make our SEC opponents have to prepare for something they have not seen before.

Such as? Play action?




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Posted by trooploop on 2/7 at 2:30 pm to Numbers
Also, don't forget that his average starting QB in his 10 years as an offensive coordinator had 3.2 years of NFL experience and 2.9 years of coordinator experience. He's had Brees, Rivers, and Flacco in their early development stages.

The interesting stats on profootballreference are the percentile ranks, where is is VERY good. One thing that his offenses do is protect the football extremely well, which is probably the most important offensive stat other than points scored.



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Posted by deuce985 on 2/7 at 2:33 pm to Numbers
Only thing I don't like about this hire is he will stay at LSU 2 years MAX with any kind of success. If he isn't successful, Miles isn't going to make a move on his buddy.

NFL coordinator coming in is nice but some guys can't coach college kids. Some OCs try to force their philosophy on these guys and it's too complex for them to understand with little adjustments to strength. That's what I'm worried about...


This post was edited on 2/7 at 2:35 pm

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Posted by The Mick on 2/7 at 2:35 pm to Numbers
quote:

Well...

During his 10 years as an offensive coordinator in the NFL, his average team points scored is 10th.
I know Im just messing. I like the progression from year to year, thats impressive.



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Posted by TigerNutwhack on 2/7 at 2:37 pm to deuce985
quote:

NFL coordinator coming in is nice but some guys can't coach college kids. Some OCs try to force their philosophy on these guys and it's too complex for them to understand with little adjustments to strength. That's what I'm worried about...


But he's been a college OC and HC as well, so I wouldn't worry too much about that.



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