chris sanders on grass (as opposed to turf)

chris sanders on grass (as opposed to turf)

Post by Scott Schwar » Fri, 04 Jul 1997 04:00:00


Now that the Oilers will be playing on grass instead of astroturf, does
anyone know how Chris Sanders did the past 2 seasons on grass as opposed
to turf?

THANKS!

 
 
 

chris sanders on grass (as opposed to turf)

Post by Greg Kellog » Fri, 04 Jul 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

> Now that the Oilers will be playing on grass instead of astroturf,
> does anyone know how Chris Sanders did the past 2 seasons on grass
> as opposed to turf?

> THANKS!

OPP     REC  YDS  TDS  TGT
JAX      1    20   0    3
NYJ      3   102   1    6
BAL      2    16   0    2
--------------------------
TOTAL    6   138   1   11

I don't have the numbers for 1995.  Not much of a sample.  Sorry.  He
did play on Grass in college though (Ohio State).
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chris sanders on grass (as opposed to turf)

Post by N'gom » Sat, 05 Jul 1997 04:00:00

Take a look at Exit42. They have all the stats for every game. From the
home page go to the "Players Database" and select Chris Sanders.

http://www.Exit42.com

N'goma



Quote:
> Now that the Oilers will be playing on grass instead of astroturf, does
> anyone know how Chris Sanders did the past 2 seasons on grass as opposed
> to turf?

> THANKS!


 
 
 

chris sanders on grass (as opposed to turf)

Post by Steve Ols » Sat, 05 Jul 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

>Now that the Oilers will be playing on grass instead of astroturf, does
>anyone know how Chris Sanders did the past 2 seasons on grass as opposed
>to turf?

Last Year's Numbers...

        G  Rec Yds  Avg TD
Grass   2    3  36 12.0  0
Turf   14   45 846 18.8  4

 
 
 

chris sanders on grass (as opposed to turf)

Post by Maddo » Sun, 06 Jul 1997 04:00:00

I am not sure about this, so correct me if I am wrong.  I would think
that Sanders would be more of a threat on grass than "a" turf.  The
threat of his deep speed should cause a db to give him a little more
room to compensate for less traction.  Sanders may loss some sharpness
of cut but the db's will have to respect his speed in order to not get
beat deep.  If he and McNair can work out a nice crossing pattern
together they may be set....

Quote:


> > Now that the Oilers will be playing on grass instead of astroturf,
> > does anyone know how Chris Sanders did the past 2 seasons on grass
> > as opposed to turf?

> > THANKS!

> OPP     REC  YDS  TDS  TGT
> JAX      1    20   0    3
> NYJ      3   102   1    6
> BAL      2    16   0    2
> --------------------------
> TOTAL    6   138   1   11

> I don't have the numbers for 1995.  Not much of a sample.  Sorry.  He
> did play on Grass in college though (Ohio State).
> --
> Greg Kellogg
> http://home.earthlink.net/~glkellogg
> Co-Founder: FanEx
> http://www.telepath.com/goldstar/fanex

 
 
 

chris sanders on grass (as opposed to turf)

Post by Terry Canno » Thu, 10 Jul 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

> I am not sure about this, so correct me if I am wrong.  I would think
> that Sanders would be more of a threat on grass than "a" turf.  The
> threat of his deep speed should cause a db to give him a little more
> room to compensate for less traction.  Sanders may loss some sharpness

> of cut but the db's will have to respect his speed in order to not get

> beat deep.  If he and McNair can work out a nice crossing pattern
> together they may be set....

Dream, dream. dream...

TC
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chris sanders on grass (as opposed to turf)

Post by Maddo » Thu, 10 Jul 1997 04:00:00

Quote:


> > I am not sure about this, so correct me if I am wrong.  I would
> think
> > that Sanders would be more of a threat on grass than "a" turf.  The
> > threat of his deep speed should cause a db to give him a little more

> > room to compensate for less traction.  Sanders may loss some
> sharpness

> > of cut but the db's will have to respect his speed in order to not
> get

> > beat deep.  If he and McNair can work out a nice crossing pattern
> > together they may be set....

> Dream, dream. dream...

I know, I know, I know....I sat with this guy on my roster for ump***
weeks last year waiting for him to show some kind of consistency.....He
was really talked up in here last year as well.  So much talent,
hopefully he will catch stride soon

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chris sanders on grass (as opposed to turf)

Post by Maddo » Thu, 10 Jul 1997 04:00:00

BTW, Terry, I am in one league with you.
The Mathew's League.  I took over for Southgate and am now the ***ia
Beach Uprising....
Maddog

Quote:


> > I am not sure about this, so correct me if I am wrong.  I would
> think
> > that Sanders would be more of a threat on grass than "a" turf.  The
> > threat of his deep speed should cause a db to give him a little more

> > room to compensate for less traction.  Sanders may loss some
> sharpness

> > of cut but the db's will have to respect his speed in order to not
> get

> > beat deep.  If he and McNair can work out a nice crossing pattern
> > together they may be set....

> Dream, dream. dream...

> TC
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