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Old 09-11-2012, 03:46 PM   #1
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ESPN Power Rankings
http://espn.go.com/nfl/powerrankings

NFL.com Power Rankings
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...P11_hot_topics

I like these compared to ESPNs

ESPN Total QBR
http://espn.go.com/nfl/qbr

QBR seems pretty accurate for this week, who would have thought that Sanchez would be that high though, wow...perhaps Tebow motivated him.
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Old 09-11-2012, 03:52 PM   #2
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actually not sure how Palmer is that high though...or how Stafford is higher than Bradford after throwing 3 picks

the more that I look at that the worse it seems now really...passer rating seems better this week
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Old 09-11-2012, 03:53 PM   #3
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Do they take if the passes are contested into account, because it felt like Carson Palmer didn't take into account defense at all when he threw passes. He just fired and tried to squeeze things in.
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Hmm... Prime likes the power ranking that has the Cowboys higher. Coincidence?
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Matt Ryan and Mark Sanchez



Lol and it must suck to win a game then go down 5 spots in the power rankings
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Matt Ryan and Mark Sanchez ! The new Brees/Rodgers? Brady/Manning? minus the superbowls ? I think so
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Old 09-11-2012, 07:37 PM   #7
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Kind of funny to see Eli, Rodgers, and Stafford at 18,19,20
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Stafford played pretty bad.

Since 50 is an average game, he was average according to that, which doesn't correlate to what I saw.
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Stafford played pretty bad.

Since 50 is an average game, he was average according to that, which doesn't correlate to what I saw.
Did you actually watch the game? He had five bad throws (three picks included in those five), but other than that he was marching down the field without the Rams doing a thing.
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Marching up and down the field means little when you're throwing picks.

Redzone picks are just brutal. They take basically sure fire points off the board and Stafford had two of those INTS. Some dudes go whole years without throwing redzone picks. Peyton had 1 redzone INT in his previous 3 years combined.
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Marching up and down the field means little when you're throwing picks.

Redzone picks are just brutal. They take basically sure fire points off the board and Stafford had two of those INTS. Some dudes go whole years without throwing redzone picks. Peyton had 1 redzone INT in his previous 3 years combined.
I understand that the picks he threw were horrendous, especially ones in the redzone. But to say he played bad is an inaccurate statement.
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I understand that the picks he threw were horrendous, especially ones in the redzone. But to say he played bad is an inaccurate statement.

this sounds like primetime defending an OU player
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this sounds like primetime defending an OU player
Stafford made a lot of great throws. He had five very shitty throws, but outside of that he picked the defense apart. I am not saying he played a great game, but he didn't play bad either.
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If that's not having a bad game, I don't know what is.

Romo has that game people are calling for his neck. Peyton does that sunday night and he's "done."

Stafford does it, hey, just made some bad throws man! only 5 all game! he wasn't bad though.
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If that's not having a bad game, I don't know what is.

Romo has that game people are calling for his neck. Peyton does that sunday night and he's "done."

Stafford does it, hey, just made some bad throws man! only 5 all game! he wasn't bad though.
They won the game. Thats what it comes down to. He led them down the field with under two minutes to go to win the game.
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