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    Tannehill 5th Ranked as a "Passer"

    Originally from an article on the Sen Sentinel site:

    'What's interesting (as Alert E-mailer "Larry Larry" pointed out) is that Tannehill ranks fifth when only the passing component of the QBR is figured. Brady, more in keeping with what you might expect, is fourth. In fact, the passing-only filter includes many of the names you'd expect (in order): Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Drew Brees, Brady, Tannehill, Matt Ryan, Tony Romo, Russell Wilson, Ben Roethlisberger and Matthew Stafford."

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/qbr/_/sort/cwepaPassesCondensed
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    No!!!!....It cant be.It's basically his EPA rating.

    Someone cue Shouright to come in and steer you to some obscure NFL site in the edge of the universe with ratings he likes....

    * Season Leaders: On pace for 250 action plays.
    * All-time data reflects 2006 onwards.
    PASS EPA: Clutch-weighted expected points added on plays with pass attempts.
    RUN EPA: Clutch-weighted expected points added through scrambles, designed rushes and fumbles/fumble returns on running plays.
    SACK EPA: Clutch-weighted expected points added (lost) on sacks.
    PEN EPA: Clutch-weighted expected points added on penalties.
    TOTAL EPA: Total clutch-weighted expected points added.
    ACT PLAYS: Plays on which the QB has a non-zero expected points contribution. Includes most plays that are not handoffs.
    QB PAR: Number of points contributed by a quarterback over the season, accounting for QBR and how much he plays, above the level of a quarterback who plays very rarely and is on the fringe of the NFL.
    QB PAA: Number of points contributed by a quarterback over the season, accounting for QBR and how much he plays, above the level of an average quarterback.
    TOTAL QBR: Total Quarterback Rating, which values quarterback on all play types on a 0-to-100 scale.
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    Now look here and see where Tannehill's 65 falls, for a bit of perspective:

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/qbr/_/year/0/...assesCondensed
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    Quote Originally Posted by shouright View Post
    Now look here and see where Tannehill's 65 falls, for a bit of perspective:

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/qbr/_/year/0/...assesCondensed
    What the flock does that have to do with the OP?

    I see Brett Favre Marc Bulger Kurt Warner Chad Pennington,could it be true Shouright doesnt understand how to use ESPN 2013 QBR page?

    Is this possible?...the king of stats?...I am extremely disappointed if thats the case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shouright View Post
    Now look here and see where Tannehill's 65 falls, for a bit of perspective:

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/qbr/_/year/0/...assesCondensed
    EPA = "clutch-weighted expected points added on plays with pass attempts"

    This gives us absolutely ZERO clue how it is calculated. All I know is that he led 4th quarter game winning drives against Superbowl-winning HCs and QBs in back to back weeks, one of which was on the road in the snow... If that is bottom-ranked EPA, so be it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkapePhin View Post
    EPA = "clutch-weighted expected points added on plays with pass attempts"

    This gives us absolutely ZERO clue how it is calculated. !
    QBR is a ****ing stupid stat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shouright View Post

    Now look here and see where Tannehill's 65 falls, for a bit of perspective:

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/qbr/_/year/0/...assesCondensed


    Get a life
    Seriously, did you have to quote that long as post?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shouright View Post
    Now look here and see where Tannehill's 65 falls, for a bit of perspective:

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/qbr/_/year/0/...assesCondensed
    You do realize that stat is compounded over the weeks right? He had the highest passing EPA last week and is averaging 5.5 points per week. Carry that over for two more weeks and he's closer to 77 for the season which will put him in the top 40 on your all-time list. Not bad for a guy that just started coming into his own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinMagic View Post
    You do realize that stat is compounded over the weeks right? He had the highest passing EPA last week and is averaging 5.5 points per week. Carry that over for two more weeks and he's closer to 77 for the season which will put him in the top 40 on your all-time list. Not bad for a guy that just started coming into his own.
    Check it now.

    Of course there was very little play in today's game that could be "clutch-weighted."
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    That' just too many numbers

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