Adjusted QBR - Wilson 5th, Griffin 7th

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Adjusted QBR - Wilson 5th, Griffin 7th
Wed Jan 02, 2013 3:14 pm

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  • QBR still sucks
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  • Kind of funny how QBR's whole purpose was to improve on passer rating, and yet the top 10 list from both looks almost identical. It's been a strange, winding season for the QBR stat full of headscratching game scores that were wildly at odds with reality, and yet it still ends up in the same place. Why take one right hand turn when you can take three lefts?

    Also, Colin Kaepernick has a much better QBR for the season than either Griffin or Wilson. Even 49ers fans look at that and laugh.
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  • kearly wrote:Kind of funny how QBR's whole purpose was to improve on passer rating, and yet the top 10 list from both looks almost identical. It's been a strange, winding season for the QBR stat full of headscratching game scores that were wildly at odds with reality, and yet it still ends up in the same place. Why take one right hand turn when you can take three lefts?

    Also, Colin Kaepernick has a much better QBR for the season than either Griffin or Wilson. Even 49ers fans look at that and laugh.


    This is funny. How in the world is CK ranked ahead of RW and RG3.
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  • kearly wrote:Kind of funny how QBR's whole purpose was to improve on passer rating, and yet the top 10 list from both looks almost identical. It's been a strange, winding season for the QBR stat full of headscratching game scores that were wildly at odds with reality, and yet it still ends up in the same place. Why take one right hand turn when you can take three lefts?

    Also, Colin Kaepernick has a much better QBR for the season than either Griffin or Wilson. Even 49ers fans look at that and laugh.


    didnt laugh, but okay. CK has been consistant, something RW has not. everyone knows RW is lighting it up right now, but in the beginning of the season he was still learning the playbook and was playing low-key football. is that his fault? not at all. but it did hurt is "stats". if RW has been playing the whole season like he has recently, he'd probably have all-time high numbers
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  • The media seems to be making a big deal about the QBs, but I think its all hype that the QB is the end all and be all of the entire offense. Both teams have good QBs: check. QBs don't play the game by themselves. In the end, the offensive line and running game will tell the tale of the outcome of the game.
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  • FriscosFinest wrote:
    kearly wrote:Kind of funny how QBR's whole purpose was to improve on passer rating, and yet the top 10 list from both looks almost identical. It's been a strange, winding season for the QBR stat full of headscratching game scores that were wildly at odds with reality, and yet it still ends up in the same place. Why take one right hand turn when you can take three lefts?

    Also, Colin Kaepernick has a much better QBR for the season than either Griffin or Wilson. Even 49ers fans look at that and laugh.


    didnt laugh, but okay. CK has been consistant, something RW has not. everyone knows RW is lighting it up right now, but in the beginning of the season he was still learning the playbook and was playing low-key football. is that his fault? not at all. but it did hurt is "stats". if RW has been playing the whole season like he has recently, he'd probably have all-time high numbers


    Can't help but agree with this. I think Wilson has improved drastically, but he started out pretty crappy. Really crappy. CK on the other hand hit the ground running. Still waiting to see if he drastically improves like Wilson though. Hasn't he had the best 5 starts by a QB in terms of QBR ever?
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