Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Big TT, Oct 2, 2013.
Your correct...it's a different topic. LOL
72 has never been a D in any school system I've been a part of....
A 72 was a D when i was in high school in the late 80's/early 90's.Anything below a 70 was a F.76-85 was a C,86-95 was a B,96-100 was an A.Anyway that was the grading system it might've changed since not sure.
It is in the one I teach in.
wow I woulda flunked out haha my coaches could barely talk the teachers in giving me 60% so I could play
In my school district anything below a 65 is an F. 65-69=D, 70-79= C, 80-89= B, 90-100= A. I always assumed it was like this everywhere, guess not.
BigTT is a teacher so it is not a good idea to get into a debate about grading systems.
The passing rating is the best, most reliable statistic in the sport. There is no gimmick to it and no way to gimmick your way to a high rating.
What the passing rating is in a nutshell is when a QB throws a pass what is the result? Yardage, TD or int. An incomplete pass does not negatively affect the rating aside from the fact it is a pass attempt that yields no yardage.
The passing rating is balanced. Complete a high percentage of passes by dinking and dunking you will not automatically have a higher rating than a guy with a lower comp % who averages more yards per completion.
Passing rating is basically 3 stats.
Yards per attempt. That's the goal of throwing a pass. 7.0 is average. Improve your comp % you can improve your yards per attempt because you have fewer zero yardage attempts.
Throw 2X more Tds than ints and average above 7.0 yards per attempt and you are a good passer.
the fact that the grading scale varies from district to district? figures you would be the one to not have known that.
Yea grading varies depending where you live. Some places a 65 or lower is failing, other places its a solid D
you clearly dont know how it works
YES checkdown charley has a good PR
the formula rewards a QB for completing a 10 yard dump off on third and 15
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