Category Archives: Quarterbacks

2015 Week 2 Quarterbacks

Through two weeks of NFL action, we still can’t really know who anyone is on the field just yet. However, it’s still fun to make insane judgments based on small sample sizes. Let’s look at a small sample size of numbers and see what nonsense we can come up with. Raw Stats This table is sorted alphabetically, but you can sort to your liking. You probably know how to read it, so I won’t patronize you. This week, only Russell Wilson and Ryan Tannehill spiked…

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2015 Week 1 Quarterbacks

Week one of the 2015 NFL season is in the books. Let’s look at some quarterback stats. Raw Stats The first table contains simple, raw stats for QBs. Read it thus: Aaron Rodgers completed 18 of 23 passes for 189 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 0 interception. He took 0 sacks, so he didn’t lose any yards on sacks. He picked up 10 passing first downs, and he didn’t spike the ball to kill the clock. He had 8 official carries for 35 official yards, 0…

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National Championship Quarterbacks in the NFL

In this year’s NFL draft, Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was drafted first overall to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Only four years ago, Auburn quarterback Cam Newton was drafted first overall to the Carolina Panthers. What do these two men have in common? That’s right, they both led their college teams to a national championship. Newton has thus far proved to be a very good young quarterback, often thriving in spite of his surrounding offensive talent. Winston, for his part, looks to have the makings…

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