For those unfamiliar with this, I publish major QB statistics every week. Colz I played an overtaking game. Yes, O-Line, receivers, and playcalls affect these numbers, but these are primarily QB majors. I will probably change the chart throughout the season. It’s easy to explain, but let us know in the comments that statistics aren’t everything. (Click the graph to enlarge)
Note: Weekly rank references are for the QB of 24 teams until Sunday night.
Obviously, the weather had a big impact on the pass game, so if you compare these statistics to the previous week or other QBs, they have a big asterisk.
Also, all accepted defense path interference is included in the data as a dropback, so it is included in all metrics that reference the dropback.
Wentz succeeded only in about 1⁄3 In his dropback, but when he succeeded, they were a big play. On the contrary, in his negative play, he had a lot of small things and only one big one. .. ..But it was really really big
So, in the end, he had good overall efficiency (+0.26), but a terrible success rate (34.4%). Think of it as a high mean and a low median.
I’ve updated this next chart to show my opponent’s icon and add markers to the background to represent all the other QBs of the week.
The top two graphs show high epa / d and low psr. The 2 below shows the first below-average downconversion rate, but above-average net yard efficiency (if def PI is included). There is still a lot of variability in these indicators, but overall I like the direction.
This is a new set of graphs showing epa values (efficiency and success rate) for all QBs for the week (left) and season (right).
In fine weather, 5.8 yards is not good for a single attempt, but a four-quarter downpour is acceptable.
Season ypa is 10th at 7.7 yards, but his depth of passage is almost average.
Even though it rained, the target depth was above average, but the week’s completion depth was, of course, below average.
Who is it addressed to?
Pitman managed more than 100 yards despite the downpour.
How accurate is it?
Wentz’s completion rate was slightly lower than expected (-0.5%), given that the weather was really good.
How fast is it?
As he gets used to the receiver, his TTT is on a downward trend. He no longer spends a lot of time throwing short.
These following graphs do not include pass interference play and are only official attempts. The deep pass was sparse, but it was still successful.
Here is the data for this season.
This was another balanced attack (19th ed%) and the lashing was successful (3rd wrsr). The long attempt (6th aDOT) ended with multiple path interference calls, but mainly with short completions (17th ay / c). Deep passes were frequent (14th 20+) and successful (2nd 20 + e).
Good accuracy in bad weather (11th cpoe) was suppressed by a minimal yac from the receiver (17th yac, 25th yacoe). It all blends into poor yard efficiency (19th ypa), but adding a penalty yard increases the net number of yards per dropback (5th ny / d).
Sales (10th to%) and low conversion rates (17th 1st%) diminish the impact of net yards, while high TD rates (8th td%) are 10th best. It also provides overall efficiency (0.26 epa / d). However, the overall pass rate was so low (24th) that it was achieved with a few highly valuable plays.
During the season:
Dropback: Trial + Sack + Scramble + Accepted Defense Path Interference (DPI)
opd: Epa / d abandoned by opponent’s defense in all games except QB / team being measured
ed%: Percentage of early down play(2) It’s a QB dropback.
wrsr: Earn more epa than the median league value in similar game conditions (down, distance, field position, etc.), adjusted for Q4 game script, and weighted by results (TD, first down, etc.) Percentage of designed carry
ttt: Average time from snap to throw QB.
pr%: Percentage of dropbacks under pressure by QB (per professional football focus)
point: Average air yard (including dpi) thrown in a single trial.
20 years and over: +20 Percentage of trials over 20 air yards (including dpi)
ay / c: The distance from the line of scrimmage to the receiving point.
cpoe: Completion rate that exceeds the expected amount based on the game situation (airyard, down, distance, field position, etc.)
yac: The distance between the points at the reception and the soccer spot at the end of play.
yacoe: Yack that exceeds the league average yack in certain game situations (thrown yards, down, distance, field position, etc.)
ypa: ypa: Yards per trial
aa%: Percentage of dropbacks that result in disposable, sack, or scramble.
ta%: Discard as a dropback percentage
scr%: Scramble as a dropback percentage
sk%: Sack as a dropback percentage
NS%: Intercept and QB lost fumble as a percentage of dropback
ny / d: Net yard per dropback. (Passing Yard-Sack Yard + Scramble Yard + DPI Yard) / (Attack + Sack + Scramble + DPI)
1%: Pass the first down as a percentage of dropback
td%: Touchdown as a percentage of dropback
rze: Expected points added for each red zone dropback
orze: Expected points added for each dropback outside the red zone
20 + e: Pass> = 20 Expected points added for each airyard dropback
psr: Percentage of dropbacks with epa> 0
epa / d: Expected points added for each dropback.
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