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Kyle Shanahan's Statistical Profile - Offensive

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[center]2008 - Houston OC
Yards- 382 ypg
Pass- 267 ypg
Rush- 115 ypg
Ratio- 58%pass/42%rush
TD-int ratio- 21-20
Rush Td- 16
First downs-340
PF - 366
Comp%- 66.1%
Yards per pass- 7.3
Yards per rush- 4.3
QB rate- 88.4
Pass attempts in the gun%- 16.3%

Catch distribution
WR1 - 31.3%
TE1 - 19.1
WR2 - 16.3
HB1 - 13.6
WR3- 5.2

2009 - Houston OC
Yards- 383 ypg
Pass- 291 ypg
Rush- 92 ypg
Ratio- 59%pass/41%rush
Td-int ratio- 29-17
Rush td- 13
First downs- 340
PF- 388
Comp%- 67.3%
Yards per pass- 7.5
Yards per rush- 3.5
QB rate- 96.3
Pass attempts in the gun%- 29.7%

Catch distribution
WR1 - 25.3%
WR2 - 13.3
HB1 - 11.0
TE1 - 10.0
WR3 -9.5

2010 - Washington OC
Yards- 337 ypg
Pass- 246 ypg
Rush- 91 ypg
Ratio- 65%pass/35%rush
Td-int ratio- 21-19
Rush td- 9
First downs- 295
PF- 302
Comp%- 57.7%
Yards per pass- 6.0
Yards per rush- 4.2
QB rate- 78.0
Pass attempts in the gun%- 33.1%

Catch distribution
WR1 - 26.6%
TE1 - 22.1
WR2 - 12.6
HB1 - 11.2
TE2 -6.0

2011 - Washington OC
Yards- 337 ypg
Pass- 236 ypg
Rush- 101 ypg
Ratio- 61%pass/39%rush
Td-int ratio- 19-24
Rush td- 8
First downs- 312
PF- 288
Comp%- 58.5%
Yards per pass- 6.0
Yards per rush- 4.0
QB rate- 73.3
Pass attempts in the gun%- 47.5%

Catch distribution
WR1 - 19.7%
TE1 - 17.1
HB1 - 14.1
WR2 - 13.3
WR3 -6.4

2012 - Washington OC
Yards- 383 ypg
Pass- 214 ypg
Rush- 169 ypg
Ratio- 48%pass/52%rush
Td-int ratio- 24-8
Rush td- 22
First downs- 341
PF- 436
Comp%- 65.8%
Yards per pass- 7.2
Yards per rush- 5.2
QB rate- 102.1
Pass attempts in the gun%- 71.7%

Catch distribution
WR1 - 16.5%
WR2 - 15.1
WR3 - 14.1
WR4 - 13.1
TE1 -8.6

2013 - Washington OC
Yards- 370 ypg
Pass- 234 ypg
Rush- 136 ypg
Ratio- 60%pass/40%rush
Td-int ratio- 20-19
Rush td- 14
First downs- 329
PF- 334
Comp%- 58.1%
Yards per pass- 5.7
Yards per rush- 4.8
QB rate- 76.1
Pass attempts in the gun%- 81.9%

Catch distribution
WR1 - 31.8%
TE1 - 12.7
WR2 - 11.8
HB1 - 8.7
WR3 -8.5

2014 - Cleveland OC
Yards- 325 ypg
Pass- 217 ypg
Rush- 108 ypg
Ratio- 53%pass/47%rush
Td-int ratio- 12-16
Rush td- 17
First downs- 294
PF- 299
Comp%- 54.6%
Yards per pass- 6.5
Yards per rush- 3.6
QB rate- 72.8
Pass attempts in the gun%- 59.6%

Catch distribution
WR1 - 23.0%
WR2 - 17.2
WR3 - 13.1
TE1 - 8.8
WR4 -8.8

2015 - Atlanta OC
Yards- 374 ypg
Pass- 274 ypg
Rush- 100 ypg
Ratio- 61%pass/39%rush
Td-int ratio- 21-17
Rush td- 13
First downs- 359
PF- 339
Comp%- 66.0%
Yards per pass- 6.7
Yards per rush- 3.8
QB rate- 87.8
Pass attempts in the gun%- 66.3%

Catch distribution
WR1 - 33.1%
HB1- 17.8
TE1 - 14.3
WR2 - 10.5
WR3 -6.3

2016 - Atlanta OC
Yards- 416 ypg
Pass- 295 ypg
Rush- 121 ypg
Ratio- 58%pass/42%rush
Td-int ratio- 38-7
Rush td- 20
First downs- 379
PF- 540
Comp%- 69.6%
Yards per pass- 8.2
Yards per rush- 4.6
QB rate- 116.8
Pass attempts in the gun%- 60.7%

Catch distribution
WR1 - 22.3%
WR2 - 15.8
HB1 - 14.5
WR3 - 9.4
HB2 -8.3

Personnel Groupings
11- 45% (74% pass/26% run)
21- 24% (42% pass/58% run)
12- 17% (49% pass/51% run)

2017 - SF HC
Yards- 349 ypg
Pass- 245 ypg
Rush- 104 ypg
Ratio- 61%pass/39%rush
Td-int ratio- 15-15
Rush td- 15
First downs- 321
PF- 331
Comp%- 59.6%
Yards per pass- 6.0
Yards per rush- 4.1
QB rate- 78.8
Pass attempts in the gun%- 60.8%

Catch distribution
HB1 - 16.3%
WR1 - 16.3
TE1 - 11.9
WR2 - 11.9
WR3 - 11.0
FB1 - 9.1

Personnel Groupings
11- 58% (76% pass/24% run)
21- 21% (46% pass/54% run)
12- 15% (48% pass/52% run)

****2018 - SF HC****
Yards- 360.6 ypg
Pass- 241.7 ypg
Rush- 118.9 ypg
Ratio- 58%pass/42%rush
Td-int ratio- 26-20
Rush td- 7
First downs- 331
PF- 342
Comp%- 62.2
Yards per pass- 6.7
Yards per rush- 4.5
QB rate- 87.8
Pass attempts in the gun%- 61.5%

Catch distributions
TE1 - 26.6%
WR1 - 12.7
FB1 - 9.1
HB1 - 8.2
WR2 - 8.2
WR3 - 7.9
WR4 - 7.3

***2019 - SF HC****
Yards- 381.1 ypg
Pass- 237.0 ypg
Rush- 144.1 ypg
Ratio- 51%pass/49%rush
Td-int ratio- 28-13
Rush td- 23
First downs- 336
PF- 479
Comp%- 69.2
Yards per pass- 7.9
Yards per rush- 4.6
QB rate- 103.1
Undercenter 57%
Shotgun 43%

Target distributions
TE1 - 22.4
WR1 - 16.9
WR2 - 11.1
WR3 - 9.2
HB1 - 6.3
FB1 - 5.0
[ Edited by Niners816 on Jul 2, 2021 at 8:58 AM ]
No more dip s**t play call signs and looking over at the coach like a pee wee team.
Nice breakdown
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Originally posted by jreff22:
No more dip s**t play call signs and looking over at the coach like a pee wee team.

Hahahha. Yea. This is the San Francisco 49ers, not some frigging college team. LOL.
Originally posted by tohara3:
Nice breakdown

Thanks....I've done these for Walsh, Harbaugh and Kelly. I was actually pretty excited to do it for Kyle. I'll probably keep this thread going thru the season/tenure to keep track of this stuff. Along with Xs and 0s, this sort of statistical breakdown of offensives has alway interested me.
look at those TD to INT ratios...and look what Kaepernick did with our injury filled team in alittle more than half a season 16TDs 4INTS....and Kaepernick's career TD to INT ratioo 72TDs 30INTs

Yall think Kaepernick would do WORSE with Kyle? hahahaha
[ Edited by Afrikan on Jan 18, 2017 at 10:58 PM ]
Originally posted by Afrikan:
look at those TD to INT ratios...and look what Kaepernick did with our injury filled team in alittle more than half a season 16TDs 4INTS....and Kaepernick's career TD to INT ratioo 72TDs 30INTs

Yall think Kaepernick would do WORSE with Kyle? hahahaha

Im interested in how Shanahan views Kaep, guess we will find out soon enough. I would think he moves on from Kaep just because he has a great chance to handpick whatever QB he wants since we have the #2 pick
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by Afrikan:
look at those TD to INT ratios...and look what Kaepernick did with our injury filled team in alittle more than half a season 16TDs 4INTS....and Kaepernick's career TD to INT ratioo 72TDs 30INTs

Yall think Kaepernick would do WORSE with Kyle? hahahaha

Im interested in how Shanahan views Kaep, guess we will find out soon enough. I would think he moves on from Kaep just because he has a great chance to handpick whatever QB he wants since we have the #2 pick

I don't think any of the QB's in the draft are really worth the number 2 pick, I'm hoping there's someone in the 2nd or 3rd that could be coached up - would be happy enough with Kap for another year while coaching up and developing someone with potential.
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by Afrikan:
look at those TD to INT ratios...and look what Kaepernick did with our injury filled team in alittle more than half a season 16TDs 4INTS....and Kaepernick's career TD to INT ratioo 72TDs 30INTs

Yall think Kaepernick would do WORSE with Kyle? hahahaha

Im interested in how Shanahan views Kaep, guess we will find out soon enough. I would think he moves on from Kaep just because he has a great chance to handpick whatever QB he wants since we have the #2 pick

Yeah I'm not sure what will happen...but I'll trust and support Kyle with his decision... (unless it's Hoyer or Gabbert..even if bridge)

My post was more for those who were saying Kaepernick couldn't run Kyle's offense (even though Kap has shown he is better under center)

Kyle can still draft his own QB to groom while still seeing what he can do with Kaepernick.

If/when Kyle and his GM check out our 2016 season... they'll see our main issues were no pass rush (which the #2 pick can fill) and our defensive scheme and offensive approach and lack of adjustment after halftime.

When Kaepernick took over we were leading or kept it close the 1st two quarters.

They can still fill the seats with Kap and a new Offensive Coach, but another season with Gabbert or any other journeyman QB...I'm not so sure. A rookie might get thrown out there sooner.
Originally posted by Niners816:
Originally posted by tohara3:
Nice breakdown

Thanks....I've done these for Walsh, Harbaugh and Kelly. I was actually pretty excited to do it for Kyle. I'll probably keep this thread going thru the season/tenure to keep track of this stuff. Along with Xs and 0s, this sort of statistical breakdown of offensives has alway interested me.

You already know what I'm going to be doing with this. LOL

Makes for some mighty interesting reading.

I do think our O will get better and better and better with Kyle at the helm.
Originally posted by GoldenGateGlory:
Makes for some mighty interesting reading.

I do think our O will get better and better and better with Kyle at the helm.
man you really trying to get all red boxes aren't ya
Read the numbers; Kyle has a lot of pedigree that says he is an Offensive Genius.
Originally posted by GoldenGateGlory:
Read the numbers; Kyle has a lot of pedigree that says he is an Offensive Genius.
Did you just read the numbers and thats why you said that...are you ok?

Originally posted by Niners816:
Originally posted by tohara3:
Nice breakdown

Thanks....I've done these for Walsh, Harbaugh and Kelly. I was actually pretty excited to do it for Kyle. I'll probably keep this thread going thru the season/tenure to keep track of this stuff. Along with Xs and 0s, this sort of statistical breakdown of offensives has alway interested me.

Uh oh. Time for daddy to put the projections together! Youdaman!
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