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    Arrow Significant statistics of notable NFL QBs through six weeks

    Completion percentage

    68.0% - Aaron Rodgers
    67.8% - Peyton Manning*
    67.8% - Matt Ryan*
    67.7% - Alex Smith
    67.4% - Tony Romo
    66.5% - Philip Rivers
    65.8% - Tom Brady
    64.6% - Ben Roethlisberger
    63.6% - Eli Manning
    63.2% - Matt Schaub
    61.7% - Joe Flacco
    58.9% - Drew Brees
    57.7% - Jay Cutler


    Passing yards per game

    344.0 - Drew Brees
    307.5 - Tom Brady
    301.3 - Peyton Manning
    297.4 - Ben Roethlisberger
    295.3 - Eli Manning
    292.7 - Matt Ryan
    281.8 - Tony Romo
    281.7 - Joe Flacco
    272.8 - Aaron Rodgers
    248.8 - Philip Rivers
    241.8 - Jay Cutler
    232.3 - Matt Schaub
    214.5 - Alex Smith


    Yards per pass attempt

    8.1 - Joe Flacco
    8.0 - Peyton Manning
    7.9 - Eli Manning
    7.8 - Jay Cutler
    7.7 - Alex Smith
    7.6 - Tom Brady
    7.5 - Matt Schaub*
    7.5 - Tony Romo*
    7.5 - Ben Roethlisberger*
    7.4 - Matt Ryan
    7.3 - Drew Brees*
    7.3 - Aaron Rodgers*
    7.1 - Philip Rivers


    TD percentage

    7.1% - Aaron Rodgers
    6.2% - Peyton Manning
    5.9% - Matt Ryan**
    5.9% - Drew Brees**
    5.1% - Ben Roethlisberger
    4.9% - Eli Manning
    4.8% - Alex Smith*
    4.8% - Philip Rivers*
    4.5% - Jay Cutler
    4.3% - Matt Schaub
    4.1% - Tom Brady
    3.8% - Joe Flacco
    3.7% - Tony Romo


    INT percentage

    1.0% - Ben Roethlisberger
    1.2% - Tom Brady
    1.8% - Aaron Rodgers*
    1.8% - Peyton Manning*
    1.9% - Joe Flacco
    2.2% - Matt Schaub*
    2.2% - Eli Manning*
    2.4% - Alex Smith
    2.5% - Drew Brees**
    2.5% - Matt Ryan**
    4.3% - Philip Rivers
    4.5% - Jay Cutler
    4.8% - Tony Romo


    TD/INT ratio

    5.00 - Ben Roethlisberger
    4.00 - Aaron Rodgers
    3.50 - Peyton Manning
    3.33 - Tom Brady
    2.33 - Drew Brees
    2.33 - Matt Ryan
    2.20 - Eli Manning
    2.00 - Joe Flacco
    2.00 - Matt Schaub
    2.00 - Alex Smith
    1.11 - Philip Rivers
    1.00 - Jay Cutler
    0.78 - Tony Romo


    Passer rating

    105.4 - Aaron Rodgers
    105.0 - Peyton Manning
    99.9 - Ben Roethlisberger
    98.8 - Matt Ryan
    97.2 - Tom Brady
    96.6 - Alex Smith
    94.9 - Eli Manning
    92.0 - Joe Flacco
    91.6 - Matt Schaub
    90.7 - Drew Brees
    85.3 - Philip Rivers
    82.1 - Tony Romo
    78.7 - Jay Cutler


    Sack percentage

    1.8% - Eli Manning
    3.1% - Matt Schaub
    4.2% - Peyton Manning
    4.6% - Tony Romo
    4.8% - Ben Roethlisberger*
    4.8% - Drew Brees*
    5.1% - Tom Brady
    5.2% - Matt Ryan
    6.3% - Joe Flacco
    7.9% - Philip Rivers
    8.2% - Jay Cutler
    8.7% - Alex Smith
    9.3% - Aaron Rodgers


    Notes

    *: Sorted by place value of smaller decimals.
    **: Identical TD passes and INTs on identical number of pass attempts.


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    Does he play Defense???
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    Quote Originally Posted by SidSmythe View Post
    Does he play Defense???
    No, but up until last year, he could throw to his defense and have his defense block for him. How else could you explain the defense being the only reason the Steelers have been perennial contenders?
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    Passing efficiency in the Redzone?

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    That stat is not listed because it hurts the agenda. Also, missing is STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE. What you will find is that Peyton Manning is playing elite against tough competition (As he has his whole career for the most part) Ben Roethlisberger is playing elite against subpar competition (Like he has his whole career. Its vs the tough competition where he has trouble). Lets view our Quarterbacks stats after we play 9 out of the next 11 games on our schedule (excluding browns). I have seen strides in Bens game but he has yet to face a top tier Defense. The Best Defense he faced was Denver (Ironically, his worst game of the season). His best games vs the Jets (Minus Revis) and a Bad Raider team.

    DEN 79.7
    NYJ 125.1
    OAK 123.2
    PHI 83.2
    TEN 87.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittpete View Post
    Passing efficiency in the Redzone?
    Red zone passer rating

    123.1 - Aaron Rodgers
    114.8 - Alex Smith
    108.0 - Peyton Manning
    108.0 - Philip Rivers
    98.1 - Drew Brees
    97.2 - Ben Roethlisberger
    96.3 - Tom Brady
    90.6 - Matt Schaub
    86.4 - Matt Ryan
    86.2 - Jay Cutler
    84.9 - Tony Romo
    75.8 - Eli Manning
    75.2 - Joe Flacco


    Goal-to-go passer rating

    127.1 - Aaron Rodgers
    118.8 - Alex Smith
    116.7 - Tony Romo
    98.6 - Philip Rivers
    95.8 - Eli Manning
    95.8 - Joe Flacco
    93.1 - Ben Roethlisberger
    90.6 - Peyton Manning
    87.5 - Drew Brees
    79.2 - Jay Cutler
    79.2 - Matt Schaub
    77.5 - Matt Ryan
    75.0 - Tom Brady


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    Third-down pa$$er rating

    121.2 - Ben Roethlisberger

    110.8 - Aaron Rodgers
    101.8 - Peyton Manning
    97.6 - Joe Flacco
    90.1 - Drew Brees
    89.7 - Tom Brady
    85.8 - Matt Ryan
    74.5 - Matt Schaub
    70.1 - Philip Rivers
    69.4 - Eli Manning
    56.7 - Alex Smith
    43.4 - Tony Romo
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    Strength of schedule?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stopplayn View Post
    Strength of schedule?
    Aren't you tired?
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