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Chavezz
02-03-2011, 07:54 PM
Does anyone have his cumulative numbers/averages for all post season games? I looked at NFL.com to see if they had sortable tables but I don't see an easy way to do it.

Was just curious how he stacked up overall as an average.

Crash
02-03-2011, 07:57 PM
http://www.pro-football-reference.com/p ... elog/post/ (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/R/RoetBe00/gamelog/post/)

PFR is the best NFL data site out there.

Chachi
02-04-2011, 02:04 AM
2005 3 playoff games (Bengals, Colts, Broncos)

49 of 72 68% 680 yards (9.4 YPA) 7TDs 1INT = 124.7 Rating

...but he was "just along for the ride" in winning XL......
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2008 Playoff Run (Chargers, Ratbirds)

33 of 59 55.9% 436 yds. (7.3 YPA) 2 TD 0 INT = 90.7 Rating

http://brucey.net/nflab/statistics/qb_rating.html
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For perspective, Rodgers numbers this year are (Eagles, Falcons, and Bears....oh my!)...

66 for 93 70.9% 790 yds (8.4 YPA) 6 TD 2 INT = 109.1 Rating

Ben this year (Ravens, Jets)

29 of 51 56.8% 359 yds.(7 YPA) 2 TD 2 INt = 75.5 Rating

skyhawk
02-04-2011, 03:00 AM
2005 3 playoff games (Bengals, Colts, Broncos)

49 of 72 68% 680 yards (9.4 YPA) 7TDs 1INT = 124.7 Rating

...but he was "just along for the ride" in winning XL......
_______________________

2008 Playoff Run (Chargers, Ratbirds)

33 of 59 55.9% 436 yds. (7.3 YPA) 2 TD 0 INT = 90.7 Rating

http://brucey.net/nflab/statistics/qb_rating.html
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For perspective, Rodgers numbers this year are (Eagles, Falcons, and Bears....oh my!)...

66 for 93 70.9% 790 yds (8.4 YPA) 6 TD 2 INT = 109.1 Rating

Ben this year (Ravens, Jets)

29 of 51 56.8% 359 yds.(7 YPA) 2 TD 2 INt = 75.5 Rating

Best stat of the week. And let's remember that was Ben's second season (and 1st SB). Still very green. Only Brady and Manning can dream of numbers like that for a playoff run.

Crash
02-04-2011, 03:14 AM
Want more perspective? Pull up Peyton's 4 games in the 2006-2007 playoffs.

But you never hear about it from his media pals.

hawaiiansteel
02-04-2011, 03:27 AM
here's all the stats you need:

Ben is 10-2 in the playoffs and 2-0 in Super Bowls.

hope that helps... :tt2

skyhawk
02-04-2011, 03:35 AM
Want more perspective? Pull up Peyton's 4 games in the 2006-2007 playoffs.

But you never hear about it from his media pals.

I'm lazy.

Please? ;)

Crash
02-04-2011, 04:11 AM
Peyton 2006

Game #1 30-38-268-1-3 71.9

Game #2 15-30-170-0-2 39.6

Game #3 27-47-349-1-1 79.1

Game #4 25-38-247-1-1 81.8
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97-153-1034-3-7 70.5

Both of Ben's first two ring runs are better than those above for Peyton.

But yet Peyton never catches grief for it while people flat out ignore Ben's first three games of his 2005 run, and claim that he was carried by the defense and the #23rd ranked rushing game in 2008.

Crash
02-04-2011, 04:31 AM
Here's another example, Tom Brady 2001 vs. Ben 2005

Here are Tom Brady's 2001 numbers in 18 games:

324 of 510 (63%) for 3415 yards (6.9 YPA) for 19 TDS 13 INTS, 84.7 QB rating 1 rush td = 20 total TDs

Here are Ben Roethlisberger's 2005 numbers in 16 games:

226 of 361 (62% ) for 3188 yards (8.3 YPA) for 24 TDS 12 INTS, 99.3 QB rating 5 rush tds = 29 total TDs

Ben is almost a yard and a half better in YPA, 15 points better in QB rating, and has 9 more total TDs despite playing in two less games. I did Brady a favor by comparing their whole seasons, if I did it just by post season it wouldn't even be close.

We win, Ben gets carried. The Pats win, and Brady's the focal point.

Even when facts prove otherwise.

Half of Ben's problem as far as media respect goes is he is pigeon-holed by the "reputation" of Steeler Football.

He's like a child actor who gets stereo-typed when he tries to play adult roles.

flippy
02-04-2011, 08:01 AM
He's like a child actor who gets stereo-typed when he tries to play adult roles.

Watchoooo talkin bout, Willis?

RuthlessBurgher
02-04-2011, 02:40 PM
He's like a child actor who gets stereo-typed when he tries to play adult roles.

Watchoooo talkin bout, Willis?

No, no...that's our backup QB.

http://img172.imageshack.us/img172/2678/leftwichcolemanyhz8.jpg

Northern_Blitz
02-04-2011, 02:59 PM
Here's another example, Tom Brady 2001 vs. Ben 2005

Here are Tom Brady's 2001 numbers in 18 games:

324 of 510 (63%) for 3415 yards (6.9 YPA) for 19 TDS 13 INTS, 84.7 QB rating 1 rush td = 20 total TDs

Here are Ben Roethlisberger's 2005 numbers in 16 games:

226 of 361 (62% ) for 3188 yards (8.3 YPA) for 24 TDS 12 INTS, 99.3 QB rating 5 rush tds = 29 total TDs

Ben is almost a yard and a half better in YPA, 15 points better in QB rating, and has 9 more total TDs despite playing in two less games. I did Brady a favor by comparing their whole seasons, if I did it just by post season it wouldn't even be close.

We win, Ben gets carried. The Pats win, and Brady's the focal point.

Even when facts prove otherwise.

Half of Ben's problem as far as media respect goes is he is pigeon-holed by the "reputation" of Steeler Football.

He's like a child actor who gets stereo-typed when he tries to play adult roles.

Alot of people said that Brady got carried in the first 2 SBs (great coach, great D, system QB). But after he won a third, the narritive started to change. Now that they run up the score on people, he's viewed as even better.

It's the same with Manning. When he broke the TD record, part of it was that the would still be throwing the ball to run up the score on terrible teams like the Lions. But people only look at the final number.

http://www.fantasyfootballchallenge.com/9-27028-2004/peyton-manning-2004-game-logs.html

Most people who cover football are lazy. They can't watch all the games, so they look at the box scores. Ben doesn't get as many attempts as other guys, so he doesn't get the gaudy numbers. Plus, he plays for a team with a rich tradition of running the ball and playing D.

Still, I know who I want under center if I'm down in the 4th (just ask Ray Lewis :ratsuck ).