Articles tagged "quarterbacks"
No Debate: Facts Show Tom Brady Better Than Peyton Manning
For those people devoted to the stats, the data, the truth there is no debate: Tom Brady is better than Peyton Manning. Brady puts up similar stats in tougher conditions, produces more points, wins more consistently and doesn't shit the bed every year in the playoffs.
Tom Brady Victory Machine Proves CHFF Has Balls AND Brains
Ten years ago the Mighty CHFFs had the basketball-sized nuggets to declare Tom Brady the best QB in football, long before it was cool. An unprecedented streak of points and victories has only proven us deadly accurate and way ahead of the curve.
CHFF Impact Still Lingers in Office of Late NFL Films Great Steve Sabol
Peter King of SI.com and Monday Morning Quarterback fame recently took readers inside the office of late NFL Films kingpin Steve Sabol, who was a great supporter of CHFF. It turns out our impact on NFL Films still lingers in Sabol's office.
Spectacular Russell Wilson Deserves Respect, And Much More
We've said it before about Russell Wilson: Dude. Doesn't. Lose. Here's why: Wilson is fresh off the greatest performance by any second-year QB in history. His statistical production paints an impressive portrait, one that pigskin pundits don't seem to get.
Final Four QBs Elite Collection of Winners
The Final Four on Sunday offers a quartet of elite winners at quarterback. Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Colin Kaepernick and Russell Wilson have combined to win 72.4 percent of their career games.
Peyton Manning By The Numbers: A Mis-Performance For the Ages
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos exited Gillette Stadium Sunday night with a loss and a chilling reality: they pissed away a sure victory largely because their All-World QB came up lame with the most ineffective passing performance of his career.
Cup of Statistical Joe: Flacco Best Big-Game QB In NFL Today
Much has been made Ray Lewis’s emotional impact on the Ravens. It's a nice, warm story. The Cold, Hard Football Fact is that Baltimore is in the Super Bowl because Joe Flacco is the best big-game QB in the NFL today.
CHFF Super Study: Which QBs protect it best?
Scott Kacsmar looks at 166 all-time NFL quarterbacks and just how often they let things get away from them via fumble and interception. It's a stat overload, so get the bookmarks ready.
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