# Passing Percentage?

• 10-23-2012, 01:08 AM
j3ts83
Passing Percentage?
When two football teams play, can one of the quarterbacks have a higher passing percentage in each half while having a lower passing percentage for the entire game?
• 10-23-2012, 01:21 AM
WestCoastOffensive
Quote:

Originally Posted by j3ts83
When two football teams play, can one of the quarterbacks have a higher passing percentage in each half while having a lower passing percentage for the entire game?

Only in theory; the "game %" is all that counts in the books.
• 10-23-2012, 01:55 AM
BushyTheBeaver
Quote:

Originally Posted by j3ts83
When two football teams play, can one of the quarterbacks have a higher passing percentage in each half while having a lower passing percentage for the entire game?

One would think no. :confused:
• 10-23-2012, 01:56 AM
crossfire
First Half
QB-A -1 for 10 = 10% completion percentage
QB-2 - 0 for 0 = 0% completion percentage

QB-A has a higher percentage in the 1st Half

Second Half
QB-A - 9 for 10 = 90% completion percentage
QB-B - 8 for 10 = 80% completion percentage

QB-A has a higher percentage in the 2nd Half

Game
QB-A - 10 for 20 = 50% completion percentage
QB-B - 8 for 10 = 80% completion percentage

QB-B has a higher percentage for the game.
• 10-23-2012, 02:34 AM
WestCoastOffensive
Quote:

Originally Posted by crossfire
First Half
QB-A -1 for 10 = 10% completion percentage
QB-2 - 0 for 0 = 0% completion percentage

QB-A has a higher percentage in the 1st Half

Second Half
QB-A - 9 for 10 = 90% completion percentage
QB-B - 8 for 10 = 80% completion percentage

QB-A has a higher percentage in the 2nd Half

Game
QB-A - 10 for 20 = 50% completion percentage
QB-B - 8 for 10 = 80% completion percentage

QB-B has a higher percentage for the game.

23 odds and ends on a table; 22 fall off.

Odd, or end? :P
• 10-23-2012, 08:45 AM
FF2®
I was told there would be no math. :confused:
• 10-23-2012, 09:03 AM
32green
Quote:

Originally Posted by j3ts83
When two football teams play, can one of the quarterbacks have a higher passing percentage in each half while having a lower passing percentage for the entire game?

Pocket or mobile?

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• 10-23-2012, 09:38 AM
FF2®
Quote:

Originally Posted by crossfire
First Half
QB-A -1 for 10 = 10% completion percentage
QB-2 - 0 for 0 = 0% completion percentage

QB-A has a higher percentage in the 1st Half

Second Half
QB-A - 9 for 10 = 90% completion percentage
QB-B - 8 for 10 = 80% completion percentage

QB-A has a higher percentage in the 2nd Half

Game
QB-A - 10 for 20 = 50% completion percentage
QB-B - 8 for 10 = 80% completion percentage

QB-B has a higher percentage for the game.

Is QB-A Sonny Sixkiller? :confused:

I think I remember this game.
• 10-23-2012, 09:44 AM
Peebag
Whens the draft?
• 10-23-2012, 05:44 PM
Jetworks
And here I thought I hated just the offseason.

:huh:
• 10-23-2012, 07:19 PM
Crease29
I think I can answer this. I just need a TI-83 and a bottle of Makers.
• 10-23-2012, 09:48 PM
WestCoastOffensive
lolz