A lot of the talk around the league has focused on the quarterback position, and while that may be a good indicator of success, it’s also a bit of a guessing game.
There are a lot of factors that go into a quarterback’s ability to succeed in the NFL.
In this article, we’re going to go through all the factors that will make up a quarterback and what they can tell us about the quality of a player’s performance.
We’ll also be looking at some key metrics like completion percentage, yards per attempt, interception rate and sack rate.
For this, we’ll be looking to look at a quarterback as a player and as a football player, which means that we’ll take a look at the metrics that matter the most.
Let’s take a closer look at some of the top quarterbacks in the league this season.1.
The best quarterback in the AFC West is the Broncos quarterback, Paxton Lynch.
Lynch has been a consistent performer for the Broncos this season and he’s also been the leader of one of the league’s most productive offenses.
Lynch is averaging nearly 4,000 yards passing and 24 touchdowns through four games.
Lynch’s completion percentage is also at an all-time high at 59.4 percent and his touchdown rate is at an average of 9.2 per game.
He’s thrown more than 1,000 passes and completed more than 90 percent of his passes.
Lynch was the Broncos MVP last year and is currently the most valuable player in the division.2.
The Chargers are in a similar position to the Broncos.
The Bolts were the hottest team in the NFC West last year, finishing with the best record in the conference and making it to the Super Bowl.
They’ve had success since then and are now playing at home, playing at the best stadium in the country and playing at a position of strength.
They’re currently winning 11 of their last 13 games, with a win in Arizona last week earning them a bye.3.
Russell Wilson has the most interceptions in the modern NFL, but it’s not the only reason.
Wilson is a very intelligent quarterback and has shown flashes of greatness, but his accuracy is not at the level of Peyton Manning, Tom Brady or Joe Flacco.
Wilson’s completion rates are a bit better than Manning’s at 60.2 percent and at 9.3 per game, but Wilson is completing just 36.4 of his 66 attempts and he is allowing 2.7 yards per pass attempt.
Wilson has struggled with drops and drops have plagued him all season.
Wilson, of course, also has the NFL’s best sack rate of 14.4 per game and is one of just five quarterbacks in history to have a passer rating of over 100.0 when he’s thrown an interception.4.
Robert Griffin III is on pace for a career-high in passing yards (5,935) and yards per game (7,819), but he’s struggling to make the most of the opportunity given to him by a struggling Washington defense.
Washington ranks 29th in the nation in total defense and 28th in points allowed per game allowed (12.4).
Washington’s defense is allowing just 20.5 points per game on the ground.
They are allowing 5.1 yards per play, the lowest mark of the last three years.
Griffin has thrown six touchdowns to nine interceptions in six games this season, and the Redskins are allowing just 3.6 yards per carry and 3.8 yards per completion.
Griffin’s passer rating is at a career low of 56.8 and his completion percentage of 55.1 percent is his lowest since his rookie season.5.
Russell Okung has been one of football’s best defenders in the second half of the season, but he has been underperforming in coverage.
Okung’s interception rate is a career high of 36.6 percent and he has forced four turnovers.
Okuzung is also a good athlete who excels in coverage and is not afraid to take a shot downfield.
Okum has intercepted one pass and has forced three passes this season for a total of four interceptions.6.
Marcus Mariota is one half of one dominant offensive line.
Mariota has been the team’s best offensive lineman for the last two seasons, leading the NFL in sacks in 2015 with 13.5 and making the Pro Bowl last year.
He has played in just two games this year, and he hasn’t played much of a pass-blocking role in his career.
MariOTA has been sacked just once this season; he has a sack rate that’s been below average all year.7.
Aaron Rodgers is having a career year for the Packers.
He is the NFL MVP last season and is now leading the league in completion percentage at 61.3 percent and passing yards per contest at 5.3 yards per passing attempt.
He hasn’t had any turnovers this season yet and he leads the league with 16 interceptions.
He also has a passer ratings of 95.7 and a touchdown rate of 37.