I just read ESPN Mag about the NFL breaking down every team. http://mag.espn.go.com/ActiveMagazi...SP/2005/09/12&bookcollection=ESPN_AM&page=104 What bothered me was this comment about David Carr...."But the QB's poor decisionmaking hasn't helped." Then there is this article..... http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=joyner_kc&id=2142580 written by KC Joyner I just finished reading PFW writer Jeff Reynolds' piece on the QB class of 2002 (David Carr, Joey Harrington and Patrick Ramsey) and thought it would be interesting to take a look at their 2004 performance metrics and see what story they told. When I break down game tape, I am looking to answer specific questions that the standard play-by-play sheet doesn't measure. For QBs, some of the basic questions I am looking to answer include: How often does a QB throw a short, medium, or deep pass? What is his completion percentage at each of these levels? (For more on the passing tree, click here) How often does a QB throw to an open receiver, and how often does he force the ball into coverage? How often does a QB make a bad decision? Does he force passes into coverage? Does he try to throw the ball while being sacked? Does he stare at receivers? How accurate are a QB's passes? We can easily track a QB's completion percentage, but I also want to know how often he throws a pass the receiver can catch. So which is it? Is Carr in the top THREE in the NFL in Decisionmaking or Carr's "poor decisionmaking hasn't helped."