Uh, duh, yes the BDR is measuring the bad decisions vs. the good decisions. Throwing the ball while being tackled is rarely going to end like Peyton's throw against the Ravens. Then again, we don't need the BDR to evaluate Peyton. He's earned his right to make his throws, much like Joyner has earned his right to be recognized for researching for this metric. Coaches like Gus Bradley in Jacksonville are starting to use these unique analytics to evaluate players, and on the surface right now it looks like it can provide great advantages in roster building. Much like Billy Beane orchestrated his money ball rosters, only without worrying about the money. It's what has led the team to drafting Joeckel and helped them decide to move forward with Gabbert, if only for this year. We don't know how this decision will work out yet, but you really need to give QBs three years to know what you have anyways. I'm betting they will find a way to use Gabbert effectively this year, regardless of their win-loss record at the end.