Articles tagged "NFL QBs"
We Break Down Marcus Mariota's Statistically “Perfect” Debut
Tennessee rookie quarterback Marcus Mariota wowed the NFL in his Week 1 debut, with a proverbial “perfect” passing performance of 158.3. His "uncapped" rating of 207.5 stands among the best all time.
The Great QB Divide: Just 12 Teams Harbor Legit Super Bowl Dreams
Each NFL team's entire season hinges on only one factor: can their QB pass the ball efficiently? We prove it by tracking win-loss percentage for every NFL game in 2014, based solely on one factor: passer rating.
Russell Wilson and Proof That Wins Are a Great QB Stat
The NFL is all about the quarterback. Efficient passers win games, inefficient passers lose games. It's the biggest reason why Russell Wilson holds the upper hand with the Seattle Seahawks in his bid to become the NFL's top-paid QB.
Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts Foil Statistically Perfect Final 4
We were destined for a statistically perfect final four, pitting the most powerful teams in football according to our all-powerful Quality Stats. Then Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts upset the Denver Broncos Sunday night.
It's All About the QB: NFL Playoffs Prove Parity a Myth
The league's best quarterbacks have made a mockery of parity yet again in 2014: the top 3 seeds in the NFC are led by the three highest-rated passers in NFL history, while the same old QBs dominate the AFC playoff picture, too.
Tom Brady Powers Greatest Victory Machine in NFL History
The Tom Brady Patriots head into the 2013 postseason as the greatest victory machine in NFL history. Brady's +116 win-loss differential is 23 games better than No. 2 Peyton Manning and 37 games better than No. 3 Joe Montana.
MVP Ghosts Haunt Peyton Manning’s Playoff Soul
Peyton Manning is fresh off perhaps the greatest season by any QB in NFL history. But it will not matter of he fails to win the Super Bowl. His playoff history is ugly, and the remaining AFC field is not kind: Manning is 14-21 (.400) in his career against the Chargers, Patriots and Colts.
Tom Brady First QB In NFL History With 100 More Wins Than Losses
The old-look Patriots, playing yet again like the ugly slugfest championship teams of a decade ago, beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday 23-3. It marked a milestone in NFL history, as Tom Brady's Patriots now boast 100 more wins than losses (139-39).
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