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  • If you hate Matt Ryan' s 19 int look at this

    Matt Ryan averaged an interception about every 34 passes.
    Brain Brohm averaged an interception about every 39 passes.
    Joe Flacco averaged an interception about every 104 passes.
    Chad Henne averaged an interception about every 30 passes.
    Andre Woodson averaged an interception about every 47 passes.
    John David Booty averaged an interception about every 34 passes.
    Colt Brennan averaged an interception about every 30 passes.

    you can see that most of them are about the same.

    all stats from the 2007 season.

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    Flacco really stands out there, but he did play against much weaker competition...

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    • #3
      wow... they really are all the same... So... Matt Ryan is average!

      Great topic.

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      • #4
        That's useless though. Ryan was playing teams like UMass, Army, and Duke.

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        • #5
          do it for josh johnson :) see how that one turns out for ya...
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Jonny View Post
            That's useless though. Ryan was playing teams like UMass, Army, and Duke.
            Flacco and Brennan didn't play against many good teams either.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jonny View Post
              That's useless though. Ryan was playing teams like UMass, Army, and Duke.
              ya but they also beat teams like MSU, Miami, VT, Georgia Tech, NC State, and Clemson...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Jonny View Post
                That's useless though. Ryan was playing teams like UMass, Army, and Duke.
                Where as Brian Brohm was playing Syracuse and the tough Big East?

                Joe Flacco and division 1-aa?

                Chad Henne and Northwestern?

                John David Booty and the Stanford and Washington State, along with the not so great defensively Pac-10?

                Colt Brennan and the WAC?

                Your arguement is useless.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by A Perfect Score View Post
                  do it for josh johnson :) see how that one turns out for ya...
                  301 passes to one int.. kek.

                  Although he's only 71 passes to 1 int for his career.


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                  • #10
                    All those QB's played some ****** teams. Brian Brohm had 9 TD's and 0 INT's against Murray State and Middle Tennessee State. He had 21 TD's and 12 INT's in his other 10 games. Henne had 4 TD's and 1 INT against Appalachian State and Northwestern, but 13 TD's and 8 INT's in his other 8 games. Brennan threw 10 TD's and 1 INT against Northern Colorado and Louisiana Tech. He had 28 TD's and 16 INT in his other 10 games.

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                    • #11
                      Ryan threw 654 passes last year if he threw 400 he would have only 11 picks.

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                      • #12
                        what are you trying to prove that he screws up just as much as the second tier QBs.(exept Josh Johnson)

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by ChezPower4 View Post
                          what are you trying to prove that he screws up just as much as the second tier QBs.(exept Josh Johnson)
                          Considering that turnovers are considered his biggest negative, being average in that catagory would help him.
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                          • #14
                            TD's, dont mean as much, but still important so i figure i'd post it anyways.Ofcourse this statistic can be affected by how often they ran it down inside the 10 and other factors

                            Matt Ryan 1td every 21 Attempts
                            Colt Brennan 1td every 13 Attempts
                            Brian Brohm 1td every 16 Attempts
                            Andre Woodson 1td every 13 Attempts
                            Erik Ainge 1td every 17 attempts
                            JD Booty 1td every 15 attempts
                            Chad Henne 1td every 16 attempts
                            Josh Johnson 1td every 7 attempts
                            Joe Flacco 1td every 23 attempts



                            BTW, John Parker Wilson 1int every 42 attempts. Just brought that up to say that i dont really care too much about stats. I have my reasons for not liking Matt Ryan other than the 19 picks, and I have reasons for liking Brennan other than the TD's.
                            Last edited by neko4; 04-08-2008, 06:40 PM.



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                            • #15
                              I'm not sure how much this type of thing really helps. It's not like Omar Jacobs is in the league right now, plus guys could have a much better chance in the college game than the pro game (ex. Chase Daniel of Mizzou), and so on.
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