Articles tagged "Passer Rating Differential"
Arizona Cardinals, Not Carolina Panthers, Team to Beat in the NFC
The Panthers are 12-0 but they're not the most dangerous team in the NFC. That honor falls to the 10-2 Cardinals, who host the 8-4 Vikings tonight in a game that will impact the NFC playoff picture.
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.
Final Four Proves Winning in NFL All About the Quarterback
The NFC title game pits the two top-rated passers in both regular season and postseason history, Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson; the AFC title game pits the winningest QB of all time, Tom Brady, against young superstar QB Andrew Luck.
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.
Powerful Green Bay Packers Most Intelligent Team in NFL
The Packers are more than just a physically dominant team that leads the NFL in Passer Rating Differential, the Mother of All Stats. They're also the smartest team in football entering Week 12, according to CHFF's money-making Intelligence Index.
Seattle Seahawks Brash Legion of Boom Proves Real Statistical Deal
Seattle's Legion of Boom is brash, loud and obnoxious. It's also the real statistical deal, as the best pass defense in football in 2013. Powered by this unit, the Seahawks held on for a 23-17 win over the San Francisco 49ers and the franchise's second trip to the Super Bowl.
Patriots-Broncos: Trends Graphs Show Statistical Mirror Image
The final four teams this year are an amazing 44-2 (.947) when winning the battle of Passer Rating Differential, including a perfect 21-0 by the AFC title contenders. We take a graphical look at the seasons in New England and Denver and found remarkable similarities.
Graphic Statistical Sex For 2013 NFL Playoff Contenders
The fortunes of every playoff team hinged upon one factor only: winning the battle of passing efficiency. This correlation, and impact of the arrival of Nick Foles in Philly, or the loss of Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay, is easy to see in the season-long Passer Rating Differential and point differential line graphs we plotted for each playoff contender.
These Fish Are No Fluke: Miami Rides Passer Rating Differential
There's nothing fluky about Miami's 3-0 start: they're among the league leaders in the Mother of All Stats, which positions them well for success and which begs the question; will the '72 crew pop champagne if Miami's the last undefeated standing?
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