Articles tagged "Ken Anderson"
Tall Task: Does Height Matter For NFL Quarterbacks?
After Seattle shrimp Russell Wilson’s excellent rookie season, does height still matter for a NFL quarterback? Scott Kacsmar examines if bigger is better, or if NFL teams need to widen their thinking.
Super Study Breakdown of Super Bowl XLVII, Part 4
Adam Dobrowolski concludes his super study breakdown for Super Bowl XLVII looking at the quarterback match-up with experience and passer rating.
Peyton Manning’s 9-11 Playoff Record Is a Call for Help
Think you can sum up Peyton Manning’s playoff career by using his 9-11 record against him? Scott Kacsmar brings only the facts on Manning’s eight one-and-done postseasons. Can you handle the truth?
Hall of Fame Running Backs: Who is Worthy of Gold Jacket?
Terrell Davis, Jerome Bettis, and Roger Craig are 2013 Hall of Fame semi-finalists. Which back, if any, had a career that warrants enshrinement?
Rodgers, Ryan, Brady Best Ever Protecting The Football
Drew Brees threw a career-high five INTs in Atlanta. But Scott Kacsmar says Turnover Rate is a better stat than total INTs. And the three all-time leaders at protecting the football are active right now: Rodgers, Ryan and Brady. Mark Sanchez "ass fumbles" were not included.
Tom Brady and Other Quarterbacks on Pace to Break Obscure NFL Records
Curious in the NFL records for most consecutive games with a passer rating of 80.0 or 55% completions? Scott Kacsmar looks at the obscure area of pass efficiency streaks, and which 2012 QB's are on pace to break them.
Hog Report: Cowboys' O-Line Historically Bad, Romo Pays the Price
The Cowboys can not run block, forcing Tony Romo to pass 62 times on Sunday, but the Patriots o-hogs are as good as any of Belichick's history.
Forget Manning vs Ryan, the Hogs Rule Broncos/Falcons
In this week's Hog Report: analysis of the clash of the titans in Monday Night Football and a breakdown of the best and worst hogs of Week 1.
PFRA Announces 2011 Hall of Very Good Selections
The Professional Football Researchers Association announced their selections for their Hall of Very Good, Class of 2011.
Injustice in Canton: the Case for Ken Anderson
Ken Anderson belongs in the Hall of Fame. After studying his HOF-caliber stats and his role as a pioneer of the West Coast offense, we conclude the 6,500-word epic "Case for Ken Anderson" with a look at how he won against the odds while consistently outplaying NFL MVPs.
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