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11 November 2016 @ 01:01 am
Missed a week again, so here it is.
Sorry for the delay...this just slipped my mind in with everything else I've had going on.

Week 8 (vs Falcons)
Rodgers
Att: 38
Comp: 28 (73.68 pct); 2.1842
Yds: 246
Yds/Att: 6.47; .8684
TD: 4 (10.53 pct); 2.1053
INT: 0; 2.3750
Total: 7.5329 for a rating of 125.5
  The offense was back on track, but Datone Jones said it after the game...the Defense didn't hold up their end.  When your team puts up 32 points, you should win the game.


Matt Ryan
Att: 38
Comp: 28 (80.00 pct); 2.375 (Would be 2.5000)
Yds: 288
Yds/Att: 8.57; 1.3071
TD: 3 (8.57 pct); 1.7143
INT: 0; 2.3750
   Total of 7.7714 for a rating of 129.5
  (Would be 7.8964 for rating of 131.6)




Week 9 (vs Colts)
Rodgers
Att: 43
Comp: 26 (60.47 pct); 1.5233
Yds: 297
Yds/Att: 6.91; .9767
TD: 3 (6.98 pct); 1.3953
INT: 1 (2.33 pct); 1.7936
Total: 5.6890 for a rating of 94.8

On a side note:  Jordy rocked on that TD grab!

Andrew Luck
Att: 36
Comp: 23 (63.89 pct); 1.6944
Yds: 281
Yds/Att: 7.81; 1.2014
TD: 1 (2.78 pct); .5556
INT: 2 (5.56 pct); .9861
   Total of 4.4375 for a rating of 74.0

We really should have won this one, also.



Rodgers season stats
Att: 318
Comp: 202 (63.52 pct); 1.6761
Yds: 2039
Yds/Att: 6.41; 0.8530
TD: 20 (6.29 pct); 1.2579
INT: 5 (1.57 pct); 1.9819
Total: 1.9819 for a rating of 96.1478
 
 
21 October 2016 @ 12:54 am
I'm a bit behind on this.  I didn't want to look at last week's numbers, but here are last week's, this week's, and Rodgers' season stats.

Week 6 (vs Dallas)
Rodgers
Att: 42
Comp: 31 (73.81 pct); 2.1905
Yds: 294
Yds/Att: 7.00; 1.00
TD: 1 (2.38 pct); 0.4762
INT: 1 (2.38 pct); 1.7798
Total: 5.4464 for a rating of 90.7738
    Actually better than I thought, but still not up to Aaron's standards.


Dak Prescott
Att: 27
Comp: 18 (66.67 pct); 1.8333
Yds: 247
Yds/Att: 9.15; 1.5370
TD: 3 (11.11 pct); 2.2222
INT: 1 (3.70 pct); 1.4491
   Total of 7.0417 for a rating of 117.3611



Rodgers season stats
Att: 237
Comp: 148 (62.45 pct); 1.6224
Yds: 1496
Yds/Att: 6.31; 0.8281
TD: 13 (5.49 pct); 1.0970
INT: 4 (1.69 pct); 1.9531
    This is getting back to where we're used to. :)
Total: 1.9531 for a rating of 91.6755


Week 7 (vs Bears)
Rodgers
Att: 56
Comp: 39 (69.64 pct); 1.9821
    Haven't verified, but saw something saying that the number of completions is both a franchise record & a personal high for Rodgers.
Yds: 326
    Finally tops 300!
Yds/Att: 5.82; 0.7054
    REALLY needs to get this back up.
TD: 3 (5.36 pct); 1.0714
INT: 0; 2.3750
Total: 6.1339 for a rating of 102.2321


Brian Hoyer
Att: 11
Comp: 4 (36.36 pct); 0.3182
Yds: 49
Yds/Att: 4.45; 0.3636
TD: 0; 0.0000
INT: 0; 2.3750
Total of 3.0568 for a rating of 50.9470

Matt Barkley
Att: 15
Comp: 6 (40.00 pct); 0.5000
Yds: 81
Yds/Att: 5.40; 0.6000
TD: 0; 0.0000
INT: 2 (13.33 pct); 0.0000 (Would be -0.9583 if not for the limits)
Total of 1.1000 for a rating of 18.3333 (Would be -.1417 for rating of 2.3611)

Combined Bears QBs
Att: 26
Comp: 10 (38.46 pct); 0.4231
Yds: 130
Yds/Att: 5.00; 0.5000
TD: 0; 0.0000
INT: 2 (7.69 pct); 0.4519
Total of 1.3750 for a rating of 22.9167

Defense definitely stepped it up!!  They also got back to holding the rushing in check (69 net yards rushing on 18 attempts; net average 3.8 yds.)
 
 
11 October 2016 @ 01:36 am
Rodgers season stats
Att: 139
Comp: 78 (56.12 pct); 1.3058
Yds: 876
Yds/Att: 6.30; 0.8255
   (Still the weakest part of his rating)
TD: 9 (6.47 pct); 1.2950
INT: 3 (2.16 pct); 1.8354
Total: 5.2617 for a rating of 87.69


Week 5
Rodgers
Att: 45
Comp: 23 (51.11 pct); 1.0556
Yds: 259
Yds/Att: 5.76; 0.6889
TD: 2 (4.44 pct); 0.8889
INT: 2 (4.44 pct); 1.2639
Total: 3.8972 for a rating of 64.95
   Back to lousy, but as long as we're winning, I don't care too much.


Eli Manning
Att: 35
Comp: 18 (51.43 pct); 1.0714
Yds: 199
Yds/Att: 5.69; 0.6714
TD: 1 (2.86 pct); 0.5714
INT: 0; 2.3750
Total of 4.6893 for a rating of 78.1548
  Very respectible, but ultimately not enough.
Lack of INTs made his rating higher than Rodgers, but I'll still take the win.
 
 
26 September 2016 @ 04:04 am

Rodgers season stats
Att: 94
Comp: 55 (58.51 pct); 1.4255
Yds: 617
Yds/Att: 6.56; 0.8910
   (Still the weakest part of his rating)
TD: 7 (7.45 pct); 1.4894
INT: 1 (1.06 pct); 2.1090
Total: 5.9149 for a rating of 98.58
   (This is heading in the right direction.)

Week 3
Rodgers
Att: 24
Comp: 15 (62.50 pct); 1.6250
Yds: 205
Yds/Att: 8.54; 1.3854
TD: 4 (16.67 pct); 2.3750
 (Would be 3.3333, if not for the limits)
INT: 0; 2.33750
Total: 7.7604 for a rating of 129.3403
  (Would be 8.7188 for a rating of 145.3125)
His rating is the second highest of the week so far.


Stafford
Att: 41
Comp: 28 (68.29 pct); 1.9146
Yds: 385
Yds/Att: 9.39; 1.5976
TD: 3 (7.32 pct); 1.4634
INT: 1 (2.44 pct); 1.7652
Total of 6.7409 for a rating of 112.3476
  Very respectible, but ultimately not enough.
7th highest of the week so far.


UPDATE:  Matt Ryan had a slightly better rating than Stafford, which moves Stafford down to 8th for the week.  Still a good showing.

 
 
20 September 2016 @ 11:46 pm
Rodgers season stats
Att: 70
Comp: 40 (57.14 pct); 1.3571
Yds: 412
Yds/Att: 5.89; 0.7214
TD: 3 (4.29 pct); 0.8571
INT: 1 (1.43 pct); 2.0179
Total: 4.9536 for a rating of 82.6


                Week 2
Rodgers

Att: 36
Comp: 20 (55.56 pct); 1.2778
Yds: 213
Yds/Att: 5.92; 0.729
TD: 1 (2.78 pct); 0.5556
INT: 1 (2.78 pct); 1.6806
Total: 4.2431 for a rating of 70.72

Sam Bradford
Att: 31
Comp: 22 (70.97 pct); 2.0484
Yds: 286
Yds/Att: 9.23; 1.5565
TD: 2 (6.45 pct); 1.2903
INT: 0 (0.0 pct); 2.3750
Total of 7.2702 for a rating of 121.1694
   5th best rating of the week.


A few more weeks like this, and I'll probably stop posting these...it'll be a case of "I don't want to know."
 
 
 
12 September 2016 @ 01:22 am

I used to do this every game.  I'm going to try it again.  I'm not sure if anyone even checks this community any more, but I'll soon find out.


First off, an explanation of how they figure the passer rating:
Each category (completion percent, yards per attempt, percent touchdowns and percent interceptions) has a factor ranging from 0 to 2.375.
--Completion percent minus 30, then divide the result by 20.
--Yds per attempt minus 3, then divide the result by 4
--TD percent divided by 5
--INT percent divided by 4, then subract that from 2.375
If an individual factor is less than 0 it becomes 0, and if it's above 2.375 it becomes 2.375.
The 4 factors are added, then multiplied by 100 and divided by 6.  This gives the final passer rating.  The formula was created so that a value of 1 for each category (66.7 rating) was average, while a rating of 100 (1.5 per category) would be exceptional.  The maximum sum of the numbers is 9.5 for a maximum passer rating of 158.3.



Now for the ratings from this week:


<u>Rodgers</u>
Att: 34
Comp: 20 (58.82 pct); 1.441
Yds: 199
Yds/Att: 5.85; .712 (By far his weekest category this week)
TD: 2 (5.88 pct); 1.177
INT: 0 (0 pct); 2.375
Total: 5.706 for a rating of 95.10
Not a bad rating by NFL standards.  A bit on the disappointing side by Rodgers' standards.

<u>Blake Bortles</u>
Att: 39
Comp: 24 (61.54 pct); 1.577
Yds: 320
Yds/Att: 8.21; 1.301
TD: 1 (2.56 pct); 0.513
INT: 1 (2.56 pct); 1.734
Total of 5.125 for a rating of 85.417
 
 
28 February 2015 @ 10:07 pm
Once again the Green Bay Packers are looking like they are primed for yet another Championship run through the NFC North. I believe the Packers must re-sign wide receiver Randall Cobb to a new contract. They also need to focus on improving their defensive line so they are able to get more pressure on quarterback without needing to bring more than 4 players to accomplish this over the course of the upcoming season. Eddie Lacy will probably be a big part of our offense in 2015. If we can run the football like I know we can, that will leave Aaron Rodgers to do what he does best which is play action passing. I honestly see the Packers going to the Super Bowl this season.
 
 
17 September 2013 @ 01:25 am

Rodgers season stats
Att: 79
Comp: 55 (69.62 pct); 1.981
Yds: 813
Yds/Att: 10.29; 1.823
TD: 7 (8.86 pct); 1.772
INT: 1 (1.27 pct); 2.059
Total: 7.634 for a rating of 127.24


Rodgers Week 2
Att: 42
Comp: 34  (80.95 pct); 2.375 (Would be 2.548 if not for the limits)
Yds: 480
Yds/Att: 11.43;  2.107
TD: 4 (9.52 pct); 1.905
INT: 0 (0 pct); 2.375
Total: 8.762 for a rating of 146.03
     Would be 8.935 for rating of 148.91

No weak spots.

RGIII
Att: 40
Comp: 26 (65 pct); 1.750
Yds: 320
Yds/Att: 8; 1.250
TD: 3 (7.5 pct); 1.500
INT: 1 (2.5 pct); 1.750
Total of 6.250 for a rating of 104.17



100+ ratings this week:

1) Rodgers (146.0)
2) Rivers (124.3)
3) Vick (123.4)
4) Matt Ryan (ATL) (117.8)
5) Stafford (DET) (108.3)
6) Ryan Tannehill (MIA) (107.4)
7) Peyton Manning (105.5)
8) RG3 (104.2)

100+ ratings for the season:
1) Peyton Manning (131.0)
2) Rodgers (127.2)
3) Vick (119.0)
4) Rivers (115.8)
5) Matt Ryan (107.9)
6) Stafford (102.0)

 
 
15 September 2013 @ 12:49 am

Here we go!  I'll try to keep up with them & post them soon after the Packers game each week, but I can't make any promises.

First off, an explanation of how they figure the passer rating:
Each category (completion percent, yards per attempt, percent touchdowns and percent interceptions) has a factor ranging from 0 to 2.375.
--Completion percent minus 30, then divide the result by 20.
--Yds per attempt minus 3, then divide the result by 4
--TD percent divided by 5
--INT percent divided by 4, then subract that from 2.375
If an individual factor is less than 0 it becomes 0, and if it's above 2.375 it becomes 2.375.
The 4 factors are added, then multiplied by 100 and divided by 6.  This gives the final passer rating.  The formula was created so that a value of 1 for each category (66.7 rating) was average, while a rating of 100 (1.5 per category) would be exceptional.  The maximum sum of the numbers is 9.5 for a maximum passer rating of 158.3.

The following numbers will be Comp Pct; Yds/Att; TD pct; INT pct
For rating of 0: 30; 3; 0; 9.5
For rating of 66.7 ("average"): 50; 7; 5; 5.5
For rating of 100: 60; 9;7.5; 3.5
For perfect rating of 158.3: 77.5; 12.5; 11.75; 0



And here's the week one ratings for the Packers game:
Rodgers
Att: 37
Comp: 21  (56.76 pct); 1.338
Yds: 333
Yds/Att: 9;  1.500
TD: 3 (8.11 pct); 1.622
INT: 1 (2.7 pct); 1.699
Total: 6.159 for a rating of 102.65

Colin Kaepernick
Att: 39
Comp: 27 (69.23 pct); 1.962
Yds: 412
Yds/Att: 10.56; 1.891
TD: 3 (7.69 pct); 1.538
INT: 0 (0 pct); 2.375
Total of 7.766 for a rating of 129.43


Top passer ratings (100 or greater) of week 1:
1) Peyton Manning: 141.1
2) Kaepernick:  129.4
3) Andrew Luck (IND): 127.9
4) Russell Wilson (SEA): 115.7
5) Drew Brees (NO):  113.6
6) Michael Vick: 112.6
7) Matt Schaub (HOU): 110.0
8) EJ Manuel (BUF): 105.5
9) Rodgers: 102.6
10) Eli Manning: 102.3
11) Sam Bradford (StL):  100.7

 
 
10 September 2013 @ 03:39 am
Is anybody still around to read this? If so, is there any interest in me posting the passer rating comparisons I've posted on & off over the last few years?