Since FortDetroit hates QB rating because it adds arbitrary weighting to statistics I took the 4 main stat to me that show QB prowess. And made my own system. No number like 93.6 is equated, purely a ranking based off just this year.
Therefore it's not good comparing to other years since it will only show where a QB ranks that season among his peers.
Here's what I got.
- Robert Griffin III ---------- Passer Rating-Rodgers
- Peyton Manning ---------- Passer Rating-Brady
- Aaron Rodgers ---------- Passer Rating-Peyton
- Alex Smith ---------- Passer Rating-RGIII
- Tom Brady ---------- Passer Rating-Alex Smith
- Ben Roethlisberger ---------- Passer Rating-Ben
- Drew Brees ---------- Passer Rating-Brees
- Matt Schaub ---------- Passer Rating-Ryan
- Matt Ryan ---------- Passer Rating-Schaub
- Josh Freeman ---------- Passer Rating-Freeman
- Andy Dalton
- Russell Wilson
- Joe Flacco
- Philip Rivers
- Kevin Kolb
- Tony Romo
- Eli Manning
- Carson Palmer
- Jake Locker
- Matthew Stafford
- Sam Bradford
- Christian Ponder
- Cam Newton
- Ryan Fitzpatrick
- Matt Hasselbeck
- Jay Cutler
- Michael Vick
- Blaine Gabbert
- Andrew Luck
- Mark Sanchez
- Ryan Tannehill
- Brandon Weeden
- John Skelton
- Matt Cassel
So using TD% INT% Comp% and YPA UNWEIGHTED seems to produce pretty similar results....top 5 all the same but in a different order. Nobody top 10 off by more than one spot. Seems to only produce a number and not really add weight to any one stat.
Proof that Fort's whining over the weighting of it means nothing. Just like I said.