The not so perfect perfect passer rating -CHFF

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    The not so perfect perfect passer rating -CHFF

    On Thanksgiving day...

    "If Brady had completed three more passes – all for 10 yard touchdowns! – his numbers would be 24 of 30 for 371 yards and six touchdowns. And his passer rating would drop, too, to 157.7!"

    http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com/Articles/11_3514_The_folly_of_the_%27perfect%27_passer_rating.html
     
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    Re: The not so perfect perfect passer rating -CHFF

    I'll be the first person to admit I have no idea what this statistic means or what it purports to measure.

    Does aybody?

     
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    I'll be the first person to admit I have no idea what this statistic means or what it purports to measure. Does aybody?
    Posted by p-mike


    It's like pitching a perfect game in baseball
     
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    In Response to Re: The not so perfect perfect passer rating -CHFF : It's like pitching a perfect game in baseball
    Posted by kansaspatriot

    except you don't have to be perfect to be perfect....

    its just another way to evaluate the overall effectiveness of QB's, here is the equation for you http://brucey.net/nflab/statistics/qb_rating.html
     
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