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QBR watch (week 2) **updated**

update qbr stats

inside the parenthesis is the passer rating of the qb


1 Tom Brady 89.7 (128)
2 Ryan Fitzpatrick 84.8(109.6)
3 Matt Hasselbeck 83.3( 94.2)
4 Tony Romo 81.6(108.8)
5 Matthew Stafford 79.6(112)
6 Aaron Rodgers 77.2(120.4)
7 Matt Schaub 76.2 (100.4)
8 Drew Brees 72.3(114.9)
9 Jason Campbell 71.3 (99.7)
10 Rex Grossman 63.2 (90.6)
11 Philip Rivers 60.9 (90.8)
12 Josh Freeman 60.0 (84.4)
13 Eli Manning 56.9 (80.5)
14 Chad Henne 53.4 (79.4)
15 Michael Vick 53.3 (93)
16 Cam Newton 53.1 (89.1)
17 Alex Smith 50.4 (95.2)
18 Kevin Kolb 48.5 (110.3)
19 Matt Ryan 45.8 (85.1)
20 Joe Flacco 45.2 (82.8)
21 Ben Roethlisberger 43.5 (79.4)
22 Sam Bradford 42.1 (77.7)
23 Colt McCoy 41.2 (82.2)
24 Donovan McNabb 38.9(71.2)
25 Andy Dalton 5.7 36.3 (105.7)
26 Kyle Orton 35.1 (85.4)
27 Jay Cutler 33.3(84.1)
28 Mark Sanchez 31.6 (87.7)
29 Tarvaris Jackson 23.3 (80.1)
30 Matt Casse16.4 (50.4)
31 Kerry Collins 9.8 (71.4)
32 Luke McCown 8.7 (30.6)

Alex smith ranks
NFL QBR rank:17th
NFL passer rating:11th

NFCW QBR rating : 1st
NFCW passer rating: 2nd
What's that??? By Rating, Alex is 14th with 90.4; by PCT Alex is 2nd best, with 75%.
Originally posted by communist:
What's that??? By Rating, Alex is 14th with 90.4; by PCT Alex is 2nd best, with 75%.

its the new system in which they rate qb

it counts clutchness first down runs etc. by the qb

on a scale of 0 to 100 where iits almost impossible to get 100

50 is considered average

last year the highest qbr of the total seaso was tom brady with a 76
They will ignore all the names below and concentrate on Cam Newton being above him. Throw a fit.
Could you give me your source plz?

Interesting, he is better than Romo, Cutler, Eli, Rivers, Kolb, Freeman, Bradford, Ryan, McNabb, Sanchez and Roethli.
Originally posted by communist:
Could you give me your source plz?

Interesting, he is better than Romo, Cutler, Eli, Rivers, Kolb, Freeman, Bradford, Ryan, McNabb, Sanchez and Roethli.

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/6943920/nfl-week-1-total-qbr-leaders is the rankings

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/6835090/nfl-total-quarterback-rating-shifts-way-see-position is what new qbr is
[ Edited by 49ersalldaway126 on Sep 12, 2011 at 6:53 AM ]
Thx.
Interesting. It wasn't flashy, but it was a good performance by Smith. You have to be happy about the 0 turnovers, 0 sacks, and the rushing TD. But I will expecting more from week to week.
Originally posted by blm7754:
Interesting. It wasn't flashy, but it was a good performance by Smith. You have to be happy about the 0 turnovers, 0 sacks, and the rushing TD. But I will expecting more from week to week.
Everyone will do that especially if we will be the team, which the back to the wall.
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Originally posted by communist:
What's that??? By Rating, Alex is 14th with 90.4; by PCT Alex is 2nd best, with 75%.

He didn't rank higher because he only had 124 yards, zero touchdowns, all the passes but 2 or 3 were checkdowns or very short yards. This statistic is much better IMO than the traditional passer rating stat. Smith had a good day overall.
[ Edited by Shaj on Sep 12, 2011 at 7:34 AM ]
Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by communist:
What's that??? By Rating, Alex is 14th with 90.4; by PCT Alex is 2nd best, with 75%.

124 yards, zero touchdowns, all the passes but 2 or 3 were checkdowns or very short yards.

Jesus Christ...

you know what those stats got the team? a win? what did newton's stats get him?
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Originally posted by 76Razor:
Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by communist:
What's that??? By Rating, Alex is 14th with 90.4; by PCT Alex is 2nd best, with 75%.

124 yards, zero touchdowns, all the passes but 2 or 3 were checkdowns or very short yards.

Jesus Christ...

you know what those stats got the team? a win? what did newton's stats get him?

I updated my post because I knew it did not have enough context. Smith played good enough for us not to lose. ST and D won us the game. You're delusional if you think otherwise.
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where's the WIN watch thread? that's the only one that matters. you're delusional if you think otherwise.
[ Edited by boast on Sep 12, 2011 at 7:37 AM ]
Bring on the Alex Smith haters. So what if he didn't throw the ball downfield. I would rather have him take 2-3 yard checkdowns than throw into double coverage downfield. Alex just had a game where he had ZERO interceptions and ZERO sacks. That is an improvement.
Originally posted by Shaj:
He didn't rank higher because he only had 124 yards, zero touchdowns, all the passes but 2 or 3 were checkdowns or very short yards. This statistic is much better IMO than the traditional passer rating stat. Smith had a good day overall.
Thx but I know that already

For the guys who know less about football than me: Checkdown is a not-unimportant element of the WCO.