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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    Re: The not so perfect perfect passer rating -CHFF

    In Response to Re: The not so perfect perfect passer rating -CHFF:
    [QUOTE]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[/QUOTE]

    It's like pitching a perfect game in baseball
     
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    Re: The not so perfect perfect passer rating -CHFF

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