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Old 10-10-2013, 01:03 PM   #1
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Default Quarterback "Clutch" Stats

This was posted on Football's Future...thought I would pass it on in here, it's pretty interesting

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The following stats were compiled using PFR's full play by plays. Recorded drives met the following criteria
-took place in 4th quarter or OT
-QB's team is either trailing by 8 or less points, or tied
-for drives that span through the end of the 3rd to the beginning of the 4th, they will only be counted if the QB was involved in at least 1 play during the portion of the drive that fell in the 4th quarter
-Drives that start with less than 30 seconds in the game do not count, unless the QB actually leads a scoring drive (which has only occurred a handful of times)
-Spikes and kneels are not counted

Stats only go back as far as the 1999 season. All stats are accurate as of week 5 of 2013 season. Playoffs are included.

QB Rating Ranking
1. Colin Kaepernick- 113.3
2. Robert Griffin III- 100.9
3. Drew Brees- 96.1
4. Peyton Manning- 95.0
5. Eli Manning- 94.9
6. Aaron Rodgers- 94.6
7. Tim Tebow- 94.3
8. Tony Romo- 94.0
9. Blaine Gabbert- 91.8
10. Ben Roethlisberger- 90.8
11. Jay Cutler- 90.6
12. Matt Schaub- 89.7
13. Josh Freeman- 88.9
14. Andrew Luck- 88.7
15. Jake Locker- 88.6
16. Tom Brady- 86.6
17. Russell Wilson- 86.2
18. Carson Palmer- 84.3
19. Christian Ponder- 84.1
20. Kevin Kolb 83.3
21. Michael Vick- 83.1
22. Matthew Stafford- 82.9
23. Vince Young- 81.3
24. Matt Ryan- 79.8
25. Matt Hasselbeck- 77.9
26. Joe Flacco- 76.5
27. Ryan Tannehill- 75.4
28. Matt Cassel- 75.2
29. Cam Newton- 70.0
30. Sam Bradford- 69.3
31. Philip Rivers- 68.4
32. Alex Smith- 56.8
33. Ryan Fitzpatrick- 56.1
34. Mark Sanchez- 55.5
35. Andy Dalton- 54.9

Success Rate ((Scores+Missed FGs) / (Drives))
1. Andrew Luck- 66.7%
2. Colin Kaepernick- 66.7%
3. Peyton Manning- 56%
4. Drew Brees- 53.4%
5. Christian Ponder- 52.9%
6. Eli Manning- 52.7%
7. Matt Ryan- 52.6%
8. Vince Young- 52.6%
9. Aaron Rodgers- 52.2%
10. Tom Brady- 51.2%
11. Tim Tebow- 50%
12. Jake Locker- 50%
13. Matthew Stafford- 47.5%
14. Ben Roethlisberger- 46.8%
15. Matt Schaub- 45.5%
16. Josh Freeman- 45.1%
17. Michael Vick- 44.6%
18. Jay Cutler- 44.6%
19. Tony Romo- 43.9%
20. Blaine Gabbert- 43.8%
21. Matt Hasselbeck- 43.2%
22. Joe Flacco- 41.3%
23. Matt Cassel- 40%
24. Russell Wilson- 40%
25. Ryan Tannehill- 38.9%
26. Philip Rivers- 38.6%
27. Carson Palmer- 38.4%
28. Kevin Kolb- 37.9%
29. Mark Sanchez- 37.8%
30. Sam Bradford- 37.8%
31. Ryan Fitzpatrick- 35.3%
32. Andy Dalton- 34%
33. Alex Smith- 30.8%
34. Cam Newton- 28.9%
35. Robert Griffin III- 25%

http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB...c.php?t=532830
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Old 10-10-2013, 01:06 PM   #2
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Alex Smith.
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Old 10-10-2013, 01:47 PM   #3
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BLAINE GABBERT. TOP 10 QB. Jaguars = Super Bowl contenders.
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BLAINE GABBERT. TOP 10 QB. Jaguars = Super Bowl contenders.
yeah that made me go "huh" but the guy has a super small sample size...he hasn't been put into "clutch" situations very much

16 drives

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16 Drives, 7 Scores (4 Go-Ahead, 0 Game Tying), 0 Missed FGs
471 Yards (8.0 Y/A), 55.9% Completions (33-59), 3 TDs, 1 INT, 91.8 QB Rating
1 Carry, 1 Yard (1.0 Y/C), 0 TDs, 1 Lost Fumble


you have Peyton and Brady and other long time vets with 100+ "clutch drives" recorded for this
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Old 10-10-2013, 03:43 PM   #5
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All I know is I wont have many qbs over Andrew luck in a two mintue drive to tie or go for the lead my Rodgers but thats it.
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RG3 is an assassin in the clutch. Can agree with that. Romo's actually pretty good even though he's down for at least 1 pick per crunch time moment
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Tebow???
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Old 10-10-2013, 04:03 PM   #8
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All I know is I wont have many qbs over Andrew luck in a two mintue drive to tie or go for the lead my Rodgers but thats it.
Rodgers is actually not that good at the 2 minute drill. Brady, Brees, both Mannings, and Big Ben are all better in that regard


Eli would be my number 1 probably. He's amazing when it comes to final drives

@Shade: Tebow was balling in crunch time 2 years ago. He would literally go 1/10 in the first 58 minutes and then go 4/4 on the final drive
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Rodgers is actually not that good at the 2 minute drill.

Don't get me started on this .

I have no problem with you saying hes not as good as Brady, Brees, Mannings etc.. But as far as him not being good in the 2 minute drill is false.
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Don't get me started on this .

I have no problem with you saying hes not as good as Brady, Brees, Mannings etc.. But as far as him not being good in the 2 minute drill is false.
I meant as good. Rodgers is still better at it than 90% of the league lol
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Old 10-10-2013, 04:59 PM   #11
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I meant as good. Rodgers is still better at it than 90% of the league lol
My apologies lol
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Old 10-10-2013, 06:23 PM   #12
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One problem here is this assumes every game is of equal importance. Driving your team down to win meaningless games (or September games) is not the same as driving your team to win playoff games or games to get into the playoffs.

Essentially Montana's drive down the field in the Super Bowl required the same level of clutch as it will for Eli to lead his Giants to victory in week 14 for their 2nd win this year when he does it. (I'm very optimistic, i have us at 2 wins...)

Still it's very interesting. Thanks PTiddy.

(I also think an interesting stat would be to see the difference between level here and the QB's overall level. The A-Rod stat, A-Rod's stats in the 8th inning on are very good, because overall he's sick good, but actually they are a huge dropoff from his godly normal stats (back when he was superman).
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Old 10-10-2013, 06:35 PM   #13
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Default Re: Quarterback "Clutch" Stats

Although the 8pts or less in the game is a food measurement is a nice requirement, I think its too large a span.


Something like 6mins or less in the 4th is a better determination of clutch IMO.
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Old 10-11-2013, 01:56 AM   #14
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There are no Browns QBs on either list.
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