Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Big TT, Oct 2, 2013.
What about Alex?
Hopefully me, Im a zombie in that pic
It is not better than the passing rating. nothing is.
Unless you think Jay cutler is the 6th best QB in the nfl. 20th best perhaps. QBs with the highest passing rating usually have a high QBR but occasionally you have a rating that makes no damn sense like they made a mistake.
The only downside is that it is a monday morning stat.
What's funny is that Jake was around a 45 last year... which was right next to the $120 million man, Joe Flacco.
Locker is ranked 6th in passing rating. Cutler is 19th.
That's simply more accurate.
going into pizzburgH the stoolers were supposed too be a D machine. JL managed a great game and EG'd them punks into submission for the season
going into Cowton the cows were supposed too be a D machine. JL did fine the 1 drive they allowed him some oppertunities. Titans win the coin flip in OT and I think there is a different outcome that game, but JL did fine against that D
SD was supposed too be a very good D, but they came into the game with injuries in the D backfield. JL exposed them when finally given the greenlight. At this point with JL getting 90+ yard drives against good Ds playing too stop the pass I think MM/Loagins/Rogan starts too believe
Footsucking yankees were supposed too be a D machine. JL carved them biotches up yo!
My point is JL has not played a terrible pass D yet. He played first 3 games limited by the HC/OC - IMHO
nobody who lived thru 99 would agree with this. There were heated debates in the stands with small pockets of NOD loyalists - but the waves of McMVP support forced their humilating retreat
they measure 2 different things
PR measures passing effeciency
QBR measures decision making
granted those are just 2 word summations
But how do you measure decision making?
Say he misses a guy deep but completes a 5 yard dump off to get a first? Maybe the QB didn't think he could get the ball there? It leaves it too far open to opinion IMO.
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