Need QB Stats Help

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  1. NitroGSXR

    NitroGSXR Super Sic #58

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    Is there a way that I can find out how often a QB threw a ball from 0 to 20 yards, 20 to 40 yards, and 40+ yards? Something like that? I'd really appreciate any help one can give me.
     
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    Thanks guys! Hmm. NFL stats say that Carr threw a 78 yard TD back in 2003. I thought Schaub held the record with that 77 TD to Johnson earlier in the season. Guess we were all wrong?
     
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    It won't be too long... give it until Cleveland at the latest. :shades:
     
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    That wasn't thrown to AJ. I believe it was thrown to C. Bradford. AJ's longest TD was the 77 Schaub threw to him.
     
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    i present to you, the kastofsna Passer Efficiency Rating!

    1. David Garrard: 198.31
    2. Tom Brady: 189.03
    3. Jeff Garcia: 155.15
    4. Ben Roethlisberger: 151.05
    5. Peyton Manning: 141.44
    6. Tony Romo: 127.37
    7. Donovan McNabb: 119.06
    8. Jay Cutler: 117.63
    9. Brett Favre: 112.83
    10. Jon Kitna: 107.95
    11. Chad Pennington: 104.00
    12. Matt Hasselbeck: 103.43
    13. Brian Griese: 100.21
    14. Derek Anderson: 97.40
    15. Drew Brees: 93.82
    16. Matt Schaub: 90.21
    17. Damon Huard: 88.51
    18. Carson Palmer: 87.89
    19. Philip Rivers: 81.60
    20. Daunte Culpepper: 81.19
    21. Kurt Warner: 77.93
    22. Eli Manning: 75.96
    23. Joey Harrington: 74.34
    24. Cleo Lemon: 64.32
    25. Jason Campbell: 63.13
    26. David Carr: 60.63
    27. Marc Bulger: 48.61
    28. Vince Young: 46.72
    29. Alex Smith: 30.48

    this doesn't say who's the best passer, this says who has been the most overall efficient QB in the NFL. there was a massive dropoff after Alex Smith (Trent Edwards) so i just listed the top 29.
     
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    Any formula that doesn't have Tom Brady as the #1 QB doesn't pass the smell test. Does it?
     
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    It needs to take into account the number of games played. Somehow.
     
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    Technically Garrard is more efficient because he hasnt thrown a pick.

    Everyone knows that Brady is the best, but Kast's formula is for efficiency.
     
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    plus Garrard's 3rd down numbers are ridiculous. he and Ben Roethlisberger are insane on 3rd downs.
     
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    But Garrard only played like 5 or 6 games right?
     
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    i included every QB that's played that many.
     

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