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Old 01-08-2015, 08:28 PM   #31
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Yeah Rodgers will be confined to the pocket (where he is still very dangerous obviously)

But that does make things a little easier on the Dallas Defense...we never have to spy him now, can focus more on coverage

Blitzing him might be a whole lot easier now too as he won't be able to escape outside the pocket

You can't blitz Rodgers, he'd hit the hot read every time. He looked fine albeit more in the pocket in the Detroit game. I would assume 2 weeks later he'll be ok enough to beat Dallas. I think the injury stuff is being overblown. And you can only play who is in front of you. Gronk was hurt in the last Giant Superbowl, too ****ing bad. Romo got hurt before that season finale in Philly, remember? Being healthy is part of winning. Plus Rodgers is playing. If you're playing, you're healthy.

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Old 01-09-2015, 03:04 PM   #32
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Old 01-09-2015, 04:01 PM   #33
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1. Aaron Rodgers (31) 106.0
2. Tony Romo (34) 97.6

3. Peyton Manning (38 ) 97.5
4. Steve Young+ 96.8
5. Tom Brady (37) 95.9
6. Philip Rivers (33) 95.7
7. Drew Brees (36) 95.4
8. Ben Roethlisberger (32) 93.9
9. Kurt Warner 93.7
10. Joe Montana+ 92.3

http://www.pro-football-reference.co...ing_career.htm

Not sure if many are aware of this but Rodgers and Romo are #1 and #2 ALL TIME for passer rating

Romo was #5 entering this year, but has since moved up to #2 all time
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1. Aaron Rodgers (31) 106.0
2. Tony Romo (34) 97.6

3. Peyton Manning (38 ) 97.5
4. Steve Young+ 96.8
5. Tom Brady (37) 95.9
6. Philip Rivers (33) 95.7
7. Drew Brees (36) 95.4
8. Ben Roethlisberger (32) 93.9
9. Kurt Warner 93.7
10. Joe Montana+ 92.3

http://www.pro-football-reference.co...ing_career.htm

Not sure if many are aware of this but Rodgers and Romo are #1 and #2 ALL TIME for passer rating

Romo was #5 entering this year, but has since moved up to #2 all time

Crazy that Rodgers is 10 points ahead of the rest of the pack. The gap between #1 and #2 is bigger than the gap between #2 and #10.
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Old 01-09-2015, 04:21 PM   #35
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Crazy that Rodgers is 10 points ahead of the rest of the pack. The gap between #1 and #2 is bigger than the gap between #2 and #10.
He is 8.4 point ahead but yeah that is a ton...he would have to have one of the most epic melt downs ever to lose the #1 spot

Young and Montana are also impressive like that when compared to others in their eras
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Old 01-09-2015, 04:25 PM   #36
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1. Aaron Rodgers (31) 106.0
2. Tony Romo (34) 97.6

3. Peyton Manning (38 ) 97.5
4. Steve Young+ 96.8
5. Tom Brady (37) 95.9
6. Philip Rivers (33) 95.7
7. Drew Brees (36) 95.4
8. Ben Roethlisberger (32) 93.9
9. Kurt Warner 93.7
10. Joe Montana+ 92.3

http://www.pro-football-reference.co...ing_career.htm

Not sure if many are aware of this but Rodgers and Romo are #1 and #2 ALL TIME for passer rating

Romo was #5 entering this year, but has since moved up to #2 all time

Isn't Russel Wilson second with 98.6 passer rating?


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Old 01-09-2015, 04:35 PM   #37
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Isn't Russel Wilson second with 98.6 passer rating?

must have min 1500 pass attempts...he has 1200 so he is getting close to being able to make the list

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2 more rangs Nd Rodgers is da goat.
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Old 01-09-2015, 05:34 PM   #39
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I hope we're not measuring historical greatness with passer rating. Because I can't discuss football with anyone here anymore if we are.
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Old 01-09-2015, 05:59 PM   #40
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I hope we're not measuring historical greatness with passer rating. Because I can't discuss football with anyone here anymore if we are.
Nothing beats eye test, but stats/metrics are definitely useful...especially since most don't watch every game of every player

HOF finalists came out today, and the voters for that will definitely be going over numbers...
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You can't use passer rating to compare across eras because of all the rule changes. Montana putting up ratings in the 90 range in his era is like putting up 110 nowadays.
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Old 01-09-2015, 06:20 PM   #42
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I hope we're not measuring historical greatness with passer rating. Because I can't discuss football with anyone here anymore if we are.
nobody is saying passer rating defines your greatness, but at the same time its not a coincidence that the majority of the QBs who are considered to have an argument for greatest of all time are on that top 10 passer rating list.
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There should be 3 passer rating lists based around rule changes and eras

1. start-70s
2. 80s-90s
3 2000s -now

the current list is only really good for comparing QBs of the last 20 years or so
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Old 01-09-2015, 06:56 PM   #44
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Passer rating isn't a good stat. It rewards people who play in west coast type offences (where you replace the run often with screens) and it weighs turnovers and touchdowns way too much. It's a decent trending stat but if you wonder who the best QB is and break out the passer rating chart then you're just confused.

It takes all of ten seconds to look up how it's calculated and realize it's a bit off.
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Old 01-09-2015, 06:58 PM   #45
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So Primetime i need my picks in, can you guarantee me Dallas +7 is the play? I got that extra half pt...
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