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Since I’m currently in the mode of defending two-point conversion attempts Womens Customized Tennessee Titans Jerseys , I wanted to write a quick post about why the Giants decision to go for two during last night’s 23-20 loss to the Falcons was the correct call despite the outcry from ESPN’s broadcasters in the booth.As most of you know, I’m a big proponent of using analytics in football. Numbers don’t score touchdowns or make blocks, but they can help you increase your odds of winning if you use them to help guide your decision making. Football is different than most other sports because of the way scoring works. You don’t just score in 1’s like baseball, soccer, or hockey, you score in 6’s, 3’s, 2’s, and 1’s. Understanding the odds behind certain events and how those odds effect potential game outcomes is what analytics is all about. It’s the same as playing “by the book” in blackjack. Hitting on a 16 when the dealer is showing a 7 may feel risky and you’re often going to bust, but statistically that maximizes your chances of winning over a long period of time.Football is obviously far more complex than blackjack. You’re not dealing with a handful of cards on a table with defined values, you’re dealing with the pure chaos of 22 of the world’s best athletes running around with an oddly shaped ball. However, statistics can still be instructive in certain situations and one of those situations occurred last night. The Giants were down 20-6 in the 4th quarter when they scored their first touchdown of the night to make it 20-12 with 4:47 remaining in the game. Conventional wisdom would have the Giants kick the extra point and cut the lead to 7, hoping that they would be able to get the ball back and do it again to tie the game and force overtime. However, there is a very different way to look at this if you operate under the assumption that you are going to get that defensive stop and score a second touchdown (you have to assume this because any other scenario ends in a loss anyway). So let’s track the odds for the Giants to win the game working under that assumption.Kick the extra pointConventional wisdom says kick the extra point twice and try to get the game to OT. Since the extra point distance moved back in 2015, kickers have hit 94.0% of their extra point attempts overall. However, the Falcons play in a dome and kickers in domes have hit 95.9% of their extra points in domes since 2015 so let’s use that number to work with for this scenario. If you miss the second extra point try (a 4.1% chance), you lose the game. However, if you miss the first extra point, you still get a chance to go for two and get overtime. Over the last 7 years, teams have converted two point conversions at about a 48.8% clip. Using that rate and the odds of winning an overtime game — 42.3% win, 15.4% tie www.titanscheapshops.com , 42.3% loss based on current rate of ties with the 10 minute overtime period — you can calculate the chances of winning, tying, or losing if you miss the first extra point at 20.6% win, 7.5% tie, and 71.8% loss. Adding in the chance that you miss the second extra point (automatic loss) and applying those to your standard chances to win in overtime if you make them both, your win-tie-loss probabilities look like this:Win: 0.041*(0.423*0.488)+0.959*0.959*0.423=0.397 (39.7%)Tie: 0.041*(0.154*0.488)+0.959*0.959*0.154=0.145 (14.5%)Loss: 0.041*(0.423*0.488+0.512)+0.041+0.959*0.959*0.423=0.459 (45.9%)If you call a tie a half-win, you can boil that down to a win expectancy of 0.47.You could always kick the extra point after the first touchdown and then try the two point conversion after the second, but going for it up front gives you the extra chance to make up for it if you don’t get the first one. If you’re going to go for two, after the first touchdown is the time to do it to maximize your odds. Go for twoIf you go for two after the first touchdown, here is how the odds play out. Again, we’re using a 48.8% league average two-point conversion rate and a 95.9% dome extra point rate. You have a 48.8% chance of converting the first two-point try which leaves you with a 95.9% chance of winning the game on the second touchdown with an extra point. Even if you miss the extra point after the second TD, you get to overtime. So you have a nearly 50-50 shot of winning the game based on that scenario alone (which is better than your odds of winning in the scenario above), but you also have other roads to victory available even if you fail on the first two-point try.If you don’t get the two-point conversion (which the Giants didn’t), you still get the chance to go for two a second time after the second touchdown to tie the game and force overtime. Here’s how the math tracks out with this route:Win: 0.488*0.959+0.488*0.041*0.423+0.512*0.488*0.423=0.582 (58.2%)Tie: 0.488*0.041*0.154+0.512*0.488*0.154=0.042 (4.2%)Loss: 0.488*0.041*0.423+0.512*0.512+0.512*0.488*0.423=0.376 (37.6%)Converting to a win expectancy, you get 0.60 which is quite a bit greater than 0.47.Now, obviously there is some context to be considered here (as usual). Not all teams are created equal when it comes to two-point conversions. Some are better at it than others, but you would have to be converting at well less than a 40% clip to get to a break even point where kicking the extra point would be the smart play. It’s also worth considering that teams that are big underdogs — which both the Titans and Giants were this weekend — typically don’t fare very well in overtime.
There are plenty of factors that could skew the odds slightly in either direction, but the NFL averages point extremely heavily towards going for two in this situation. The Giants ended up failing on the first two-point conversion and then allowing a long field goal by the Falcons that effectively put the game out of reach. They would come back and score late, go for two, and convert, but their onside kick attempt failed. Regardless of outcome, Pat Shurmur objectively made the right call on Monday Night and so did Mike Vrabel on Sunday morning. If the Titans come across a similar scenario later in the season I would hope — and expect — that they will go for two as well. Hopefully ESPN’s broadcasters will have caught on by then. The Titans will enter Sunday’s game with some of their key players less than 100%. Tennessee have five starters have appeared on their official injury report this week- a list that includes Marcus Mariota, Corey Davis, Taylor Lewan Tennessee Titans T-Shirt , Derrick Morgan and Jack Conklin. No surprise with Conklin, as his return date remains unknown. Other names that weren’t surprising include rookies Rashaan Evans and Harold Landry. Both were full participants in Thursday’s practice which is a positive sign. It doesn’t guarantee they’ll see the field, but the odds are more likely.As we know, of the names listed above, Lewan remains the biggest question mark as he’s been resting and recovering. The Titans should feel confident in Kevin Pamphile and Dennis Kelly’s abilities to man the tackle positions for another week following a solid performance against Miami. If you don’t think the offensive line did well despite being without Lewan and Conklin, read some of Mike Herndon’s work here.A healthier Lewan in week three against the Jaguars may be better than an 80% or less Lewan facing a tough Texans defensive front, long-term. The risk of Lewan suffering another concussion against the Texans defense following a non-practice week cannot be overlooked. Key Texans LimitedHouston also has some key players dealing with injuries. The Texans have been taking it easy with Jadaveon Clowney, who is dealing with a back injury as well as his elbow. Clowney was among a few notable names listed in Houston’s injury report.Of the four receivers listed on the injury report, the obvious standouts are DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller. Fuller missed the opener against New England, whereas Hopkins appears to be dealing with a foot injury following his 78 yards on eight reception performance against the Patriots.Hopkins and Clowney’s limited participation doesn’t mean anything. Both are playing Sunday but their workload has been scaled back, similar to what the Titans are doing with Davis. Fuller, on the other hand, was initially expected to miss a few weeks. The Titans can afford to wait on seeing Fuller until the second meeting in November.Scheming to Mask PersonnelAt this point, the Titans will likely be without both starting tackles. It’s not the end of the world - although the world would be much better with Conklin and Lewan in the starting lineup.The “next man up” mentality is something HC Mike Vrabel’s staff have been reinforcing since their arrival. This helps provide confidence needed to fill in when the top guys aren’t available. Jonnu Smith, Kelly and Pamphile are the “next man up” at their respected positions. OC Matt LaFleur and Offensive Line Coach Kevin Carter have both likely been buried in film with a focus on finding what both Kelly and Pamphile did well or excelled at.Scheming to their strengths will be imperative. Quinton Spain easily had the best showing of any offensive linemen against the Dolphins. Spain and the interior will have to avoid becoming a liability and strive to replicate their performance. The tackles are capable of doing just enough. However, if the interior struggles, so with the tackles.Smith will be an important piece heading into Sunday. Being tasked with filling in for Delanie Walker seems daunting enough. The Titans do not need Smith to be a carbon copy of Walker - the team just needs him to showcase his own skills. Walker was clearly a better blocker, but the team won’t need Smith to do so at such a high level - at least they shouldn’t scheme for putting Smith in those situations.The Titans need Smith to do just enough blocking - and they will allow for Luke Stocker and Anthony Firkser to help out on that front. Stocker will be used a lot like New England’s James Develin was last week - tasked with the clean up blocks on edge defenders. Firkser drew comparisons to former Colts TE Dallas Clark in a piece written by The Athletic’s John Glennon. If Firkser can contribute in the same manner Clark did for Indy, it would be huge in helping accommodate for Walker’s lost production.Episode Two of the Derrick and Dion ShowDerrick Henry and Dion Lewis were both vital to the team’s offensive success. The box score won’t fully reflect that, but the tape doesn’t lie. Henry was a few shoestring tackles away from having MONSTER gains and had a 60 yarder called back. It was a good day on the ground, and a majority of the praise should go to the Titans offensive line.Expect the “hot hand” strategy to be the case every single week. Both backs could feast on the Texans defense and surely LaFleur will scheme accordingly. Lewis should be a match nightmare against the Texans linebackers in coverage. Henry should be a handful on the outside runs against Houston’s corners. Henry has already stated he is upset with how he played. How he responds against the Texans could translate to a big day on the ground for the pair of Titans ball-carriers. With Marcus Mariota not a lock to start, the running backs will be vital to the offense.
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