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    2012 QB Statistics Prediction Thread

    Name 3 QBs who will finish top 3 for each category listed (I'll provide you the template - hit "quote"):
    Most Passing Yards (Season)
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    2.
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    Most Passing TDs (Season)
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    2.
    3.
    Most Rushing TDs (Season)
    1.
    2.
    3.
    Most Interceptions Thrown (Season)
    1.
    2.
    3.
    Most 300+ Yard Passing Games
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    2.
    3.
    Most Passing Yards (Game)
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    2.
    3.
    Most Interceptions Thrown (Game)
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    Most Wins (Regular + Post Season)
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    2.
    3.
    Highest Passer Rating (Season)
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    2.
    3.
    Most Games WITHOUT an Interception
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    2.
    3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_0515 View Post
    Most Passing Yards (Season)
    1.
    2.
    3.
    Most Passing TDs (Season)
    1.
    2.
    3.
    Most Rushing TDs (Season)
    1.
    2.
    3.
    Most Interceptions Thrown (Season)
    1.
    2.
    3.
    Most 300+ Yard Passing Games
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    2.
    3.
    Most Passing Yards (Game)
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    2.
    3.
    Most Interceptions Thrown (Game)
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    2.
    3.
    Most Wins (Regular + Post Season)
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    2.
    3.
    Highest Passer Rating (Season)
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    2.
    3.
    Most Games WITHOUT an Interception
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    2.
    3.
    If DWC started this thread, it would be 15 pages by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    If DWC started this thread, it would be 15 pages by now.
    We keep arguing about stuff 12 year old girls talk about. It's like a Friday night sleepover for adolescent teens sometimes.

    At least we can start talking about football.

    Right, guys? Just try, a little bit.

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    Most Passing Yards (Season)
    1. Rodgers 5,125
    2. Newton 4,930
    3. Schaub 4,550

    Most Passing TDs (Season)
    1. Brady 43
    2. Brees 37
    3. P Manning 33

    Most Rushing TDs (Season)
    1. Newton 7
    2. RG3 6
    3. Smith 4

    Most Interceptions Thrown (Season)
    1. Luck 31
    2. RG3 25
    3. Tannehill 21

    Most 300+ Yard Passing Games
    1. Rodgers 11
    2. Newton 8
    3. P Manning 7

    Most Passing Yards (Game)
    1. Brady 515
    2. Rodgers 480
    3. Brees 465

    Most Interceptions Thrown (Game)
    1.
    2. At least 4 QB's will have 4 INT games
    3.

    Most Wins (Regular + Post Season)
    1. Brady 17
    2. Rodgers 15
    3. Schaub 14

    Highest Passer Rating (Season)
    1. Rodgers 114.0
    2. Brady 105.0
    3. Schaub 101.0

    Most Games WITHOUT an Interception
    1.
    2. No QB will go more than 4 games without tossing a pick
    3.

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    [QUOTE=John_0515;4505243]Most Passing Yards (Season)
    1. Rodgers
    2. Brees
    3. Brady
    Most Passing TDs (Season)
    1. Rodgers
    2. Brees
    3.Brady
    Most Rushing TDs (Season)
    1. Cam Newton
    2. Mike Vick
    3. Rg111
    Most Interceptions Thrown (Season)
    1. LUck
    2. Rg111
    3. Blaine gabbert
    carson Plamer would have but it a WCO offense . Very safe passes to rb and he doesn't throw too many interceptions deep
    Most 300+ Yard Passing Games
    1. Rodgers
    2. Brees
    3 Brady
    Most Passing Yards (Game)
    1. Brees
    2. Cam Newton
    3. A rodgers
    Most Interceptions Thrown (Game)
    1. Luck
    2. Rg111
    3.Ryan Tannehill
    Most Wins (Regular + Post Season)
    1. Rodgers
    2. Brees
    3. Brady
    Highest Passer Rating (Season)
    1. Brees
    2. Rodgers
    3. Brady
    Most Games WITHOUT an Interception
    1. Rodgers
    2. Brady
    3. Brees

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    Most Passing Yards (Season)
    1. Drew Brees.
    2. Matthew Stafford.
    3. Eli Manning.

    Most Passing TDs (Season)
    1. Aaron Rodgers.
    2. Tom Brady.
    3. Drew Brees.

    Most Rushing TDs (Season)
    1. Cam Newton.
    2. Tim Tebow.
    3. Michael Vick.

    Most Interceptions Thrown (Season)
    1. Andrew Luck.
    2. Christian Ponder.
    3. Ryan Fitzpatrick.

    Most 300+ Yard Passing Games
    1. Eli Manning.
    2. Drew Brees.
    3. Matthew Stafford.

    Most Passing Yards (Game)
    1. Tom Brady.
    2. Aaron Rodgers.
    3. Drew Brees.

    Most Interceptions Thrown (Game)
    1. Andrew Luck.
    2. Ryan Fitzpatrick.
    3. Robert Griffin III.

    Most Wins (Regular + Post Season)
    1. Aaron Rodgers.
    2. Mark Sanchez.
    3. Tony Romo.

    Highest Passer Rating (Season)
    1. Eli Manning.
    2. Aaron Rodgers.
    3. Tony Romo.

    Most Games WITHOUT an Interception
    1. Tom Brady.
    2. Ben Roethlisberger.
    3. Tony Romo.
    Last edited by NY2FLDWC85; 07-02-2012 at 11:03 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Most Passing Yards (Season)
    1. Rodgers 5,125
    2. Newton 4,930
    3. Schaub 4,550

    Most Passing TDs (Season)
    1. Brady 43
    2. Brees 37
    3. P Manning 33

    Most Rushing TDs (Season)
    1. Newton 7
    2. RG3 6
    3. Smith 4

    Most Interceptions Thrown (Season)
    1. Luck 31
    2. RG3 25
    3. Tannehill 21

    Most 300+ Yard Passing Games
    1. Rodgers 11
    2. Newton 8
    3. P Manning 7

    Most Passing Yards (Game)
    1. Brady 515
    2. Rodgers 480
    3. Brees 465

    Most Interceptions Thrown (Game)
    1.
    2. At least 4 QB's will have 4 INT games
    3.

    Most Wins (Regular + Post Season)
    1. Brady 17
    2. Rodgers 15
    3. Schaub 14

    Highest Passer Rating (Season)
    1. Rodgers 114.0
    2. Brady 105.0
    3. Schaub 101.0

    Most Games WITHOUT an Interception
    1.
    2. No QB will go more than 4 games without tossing a pick
    3.
    It's these little diamonds in the ~50k posts rough....

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Most Passing Yards (Season)
    1. Rodgers 5,125
    2. Newton 4,930
    3. Schaub 4,550

    Most Passing TDs (Season)
    1. Brady 43
    2. Brees 37
    3. P Manning 33

    Most Rushing TDs (Season)
    1. Newton 7
    2. RG3 6
    3. Smith 4

    Most Interceptions Thrown (Season)
    1. Luck 31
    2. RG3 25
    3. Tannehill 21

    Most 300+ Yard Passing Games
    1. Rodgers 11
    2. Newton 8
    3. P Manning 7

    Most Passing Yards (Game)
    1. Brady 515
    2. Rodgers 480
    3. Brees 465

    Most Interceptions Thrown (Game)
    1.
    2. At least 4 QB's will have 4 INT games
    3.

    Most Wins (Regular + Post Season)
    1. Brady 17
    2. Rodgers 15
    3. Schaub 14

    Highest Passer Rating (Season)
    1. Rodgers 114.0
    2. Brady 105.0
    3. Schaub 101.0

    Most Games WITHOUT an Interception
    1.
    2. No QB will go more than 4 games without tossing a pick
    3.
    I am far away on your optimism on Matt Schaub. He will not be the same quarterback when he comes back. Not saying he will be ineffective but he'll take a step back from recent years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri_0515 View Post
    I am far away on your optimism on Matt Schaub. He will not be the same quarterback when he comes back. Not saying he will be ineffective but he'll take a step back from recent years.
    I think it more a question with his oline than M Schaub . I think thats why the offense takes a step back, as that was one of the better olines last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider9175 View Post
    I think it more a question with his oline than M Schaub . I think thats why the offense takes a step back, as that was one of the better olines last year.

    Yep, plus they gutted the right side of his line. Briesel and Winston are both gone.

    I think the Texans have gotten a little too much hype this year, but considering they play in one of the two worst divisions in football, I still think they win the division. They just don't strike me as a first round bye type of team, however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexipus Rex View Post
    Yep, plus they gutted the right side of his line. Briesel and Winston are both gone.

    I think the Texans have gotten a little too much hype this year, but considering they play in one of the two worst divisions in football, I still think they win the division. They just don't strike me as a first round bye type of team, however.
    I agree with that as well.

    I see the Texans winning the division with 10-11 wins but not challenging for one of the two AFC 1st round byes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    I agree with that as well.

    I see the Texans winning the division with 10-11 wins but not challenging for one of the two AFC 1st round byes.
    Cincy, Denver, New England will vie for those bye spots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_0515 View Post
    Cincy, Denver, New England will vie for those bye spots.
    Cincy over both Baltimore and Pittsbugh?

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    Newton throwing top 3 most yards in the NFL? That's a stretch.

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    I'll take it one step further, and predict the numbers for Mark Sanchez this up coming season.

    Keep in mind, that he's improved upon total yardage, completion percentage, TD's and QB Rating each of his first 3 years since being drafted. I expect that trend to continue, but with Sparano as offensive coordinator? I expect for his INT's to decline due to much better/more productive play calling.

    Mark Sanchez: 518 attempts/319 completions, 3,699 passing yards, a completion percentage of 61.6%, 29 TD's/13 INT's to go along with a QB rating of 90.2.

    The only major improvement when compared to last year was Mark's TD to INT ratio. Last years TD/INT ratio was 1.44. This year I have Sanchez at 2.23. Everything else in regards to yardage, completion percentage and TD's thrown are right on par with his first 3 seasons ala continuing to improve each and every year. In regards to completion percentage it's a differential of +4.9%. In regards to yards thrown? It's a differential of 225 yards (only 14 extra throwing yards per game). Also have Sanchez throwing 3+ TD's when compared to last year. The QB rating will define his overall improvements, just as it's done each of his first 3 years in the league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    Newton throwing top 3 most yards in the NFL? That's a stretch.
    He threw for over 4,000 yards as a rookie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY2FLDWC85 View Post
    I'll take it one step further, and predict the numbers for Mark Sanchez this up coming season.

    Keep in mind, that he's improved upon total yardage, completion percentage, TD's and QB Rating each of his first 3 years since being drafted. I expect that trend to continue, but with Sparano as offensive coordinator? I expect for his INT's to decline due to much better/more productive play calling.

    Mark Sanchez: 518 attempts/319 completions, 3,699 passing yards, a completion percentage of 61.6%, 29 TD's/13 INT's to go along with a QB rating of 90.2.

    The only major improvement when compared to last year was Mark's TD to INT ratio. Last years TD/INT ratio was 1.44. This year I have Sanchez at 2.23. Everything else in regards to yardage, completion percentage and TD's thrown are right on par with his first 3 seasons ala continuing to improve each and every year. In regards to completion percentage it's a differential of +4.9%. In regards to yards thrown? It's a differential of 225 yards (only 14 extra throwing yards per game). Also have Sanchez throwing 3+ TD's when compared to last year. The QB rating will define his overall improvements, just as it's done each of his first 3 years in the league.

    I'll predict that your prediction isn't even close to reality ala is full of wishful ala homer thinking. I'll also predict ala make a wild-ass guess, that Tebow will be your starting QB no later than week 10. What do you think of my prediction ala guess ala throwing crap against the ala wall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    I agree with that as well.

    I see the Texans winning the division with 10-11 wins but not challenging for one of the two AFC 1st round byes.
    Exactly. Was gonna put 10-11 wins down for them in my last post but was too lazy.

    I think the favorites for the byes are (in order): NE, Pittsburgh, Denver, then Baltimore/Houston.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY2FLDWC85 View Post
    I'll take it one step further, and predict the numbers for Mark Sanchez this up coming season.

    Keep in mind, that he's improved upon total yardage, completion percentage, TD's and QB Rating each of his first 3 years since being drafted. I expect that trend to continue, but with Sparano as offensive coordinator? I expect for his INT's to decline due to much better/more productive play calling.

    Mark Sanchez: 518 attempts/319 completions, 3,699 passing yards, a completion percentage of 61.6%, 29 TD's/13 INT's to go along with a QB rating of 90.2.

    The only major improvement when compared to last year was Mark's TD to INT ratio. Last years TD/INT ratio was 1.44. This year I have Sanchez at 2.23. Everything else in regards to yardage, completion percentage and TD's thrown are right on par with his first 3 seasons ala continuing to improve each and every year. In regards to completion percentage it's a differential of +4.9%. In regards to yards thrown? It's a differential of 225 yards (only 14 extra throwing yards per game). Also have Sanchez throwing 3+ TD's when compared to last year. The QB rating will define his overall improvements, just as it's done each of his first 3 years in the league.
    Will you please stay on friggn' topic.

    This thread is about the top QB's in the NFL in different categories.

    Bottom 3rd ranked QB's do not even deserve a mention in this thread.

    If you want to continue your homeristic, pom-pom waving, kool aid drinking posts, keep them in your delusional "Let's Talk Football" thread.

    Don't ruin good football threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuidoYaztremski View Post
    I'll predict that your prediction isn't even close to reality ala is full of wishful ala homer thinking. I'll also predict ala make a wild-ass guess, that Tebow will be your starting QB no later than week 10. What do you think of my prediction ala guess ala throwing crap against the ala wall?
    Who is this guy "ala"?

    Isn't that the guy those wackos pray to?

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