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Lasagna
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11/27/2011 10:33:35 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
Passing Yds: Dan Marino 1984: 5,084
Rodg: 3,475 (on course for 5,054)

Passing TDs: Tom Brady 2007: 50
Rodg: 33 (on course for 48)

QB Rating: Peyton Manning 2004: 121.1
Rodg: 127.7

Completion %: Drew Brees 2009: 70.6%
Rodg: 71.8%

Total Off: Drew Brees 2009: 4,976
Rodg: 3,650 (on course for 5,309)

Total TDs: Tom Brady 2007: 52
Rodg: 35 (on course for 51)

Games with 110+ QBR: ??
Rodg: 11 (on course for 16)

Pass TD/INT ratio: Tom Brady 2007: 50-8
Rodg: 33-4 (on course for 48-6)

Winning streak: Tom Brady 2006-2007: 21
Rodg: 17...
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11/28/2011 9:04:37 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/27/2011 10:36:08 PM, OMGJustinBieber wrote:
Tom Brady is a God.

Brady has 7 games under a 110 passer rating this season, while rodgers has zero.
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11/29/2011 9:38:26 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
3,000 Club so far

=2011 Season: Year of the Quarterback=
Even the greatest QB seasons of all time barely shape up to 2011 standards.

Brees: 3,689 [-> 5,366]
27-11

Brady: 3,627 [-> 5,276]
28-10

Marino '84: 5,084
48-17


Rodgers: 3,475 [-> 5,055]
33-4

Brady '07: 4,806
50-8


Manning '04: 4,557
49-10


Young '94: 3,969
35-10


Montana '84: 3,630
28-10


Rivers: 3,211
16-17

Stafford 3,119
26-13

Romo: 3,026
21-9

Rapelessberger: 3,070
17-10

Eli Manning:
2,952
18-9
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11/30/2011 4:37:41 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
He is the unquestioned best qb this year. Tom Brady is fighting for number 2 spot with Brees and Roethlisberger last time i checked. Tom Brady is under performing this year, this many interceptions from him is shocking
Lasagna
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11/30/2011 6:52:04 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/30/2011 4:37:41 PM, Loserboi wrote:
He is the unquestioned best qb this year. Tom Brady is fighting for number 2 spot with Brees and Roethlisberger last time i checked. Tom Brady is under performing this year, this many interceptions from him is shocking

He's hitting the power band (dirt-biking lingo) of his career. When Favre was at his best, he was getting about twice as many interceptions and two-thirds as many touchdowns as Rodgers. I guess the big question left is for how long can Rodgers keep the magic? I would say that, given his age, he could have a season like this maybe 5 more times if he stays healthy.
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Lasagna
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12/19/2011 12:49:44 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
4,000 Club so far.

Drew Brees: 4,780 yds, 39 TD, 11 INT, 109.1 QBR
Tom Brady: 4593 yds, 35 TD, 11 INT, 106.7 QBR
Eli Manning: 4362 yds, 25 TD, 15 INT, 91.7 QBR
Aaron Rodgers: 4360 yds, 40 TD, 6 INT, 120.1 QBR
Matthew Stafford: 4145 yds, 33 TD, 15 INT, 93.8 QBR
Philip Rivers: 4015 yds, 23 TD, 17 INT, 89.4 QBR

1984 Dan Marino: 5,084 yds, 48 TD, 17 INT, 108.9 QBR
2007 Tom Brady: 4,806 yds, 50 TD, 8 INT, 117.2 QBR
2004 Peyton Manning: 4,557 yds, 49 TD, 10 INT, 121.1 QBR
1994 Steve Young: 4,557 yds, 35 TD, 10 INT, 112.8 QBR
1999 Kurt Warner 4,353 yds, 41 TD, 13 INT, 109.2 QBR
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Ore_Ele
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12/19/2011 1:02:12 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 11/27/2011 10:33:35 PM, Lasagna wrote:
Passing Yds: Dan Marino 1984: 5,084
Rodg: 3,475 (on course for 5,054)
Rodgers will not Break, Brees almost certainly will.


Passing TDs: Tom Brady 2007: 50
Rodg: 33 (on course for 48)
Rodgers now has 40 with 2 games left. Since he has not thrown 5 TDs in any game yet this season, this is highly unlikely to be broken.


QB Rating: Peyton Manning 2004: 121.1
Rodg: 127.7
Rodgers is now at 120.1


Completion %: Drew Brees 2009: 70.6%
Rodg: 71.8%
Rodgers is now at under 70%, while Brees is at 71.5%


Total Off: Drew Brees 2009: 4,976
Rodg: 3,650 (on course for 5,309)

Total TDs: Tom Brady 2007: 52
Rodg: 35 (on course for 51)

Games with 110+ QBR: ??
Rodg: 11 (on course for 16)
That one ended at 11


Pass TD/INT ratio: Tom Brady 2007: 50-8
Rodg: 33-4 (on course for 48-6)
Will likely end at 45 - 7


Winning streak: Tom Brady 2006-2007: 21
Rodg: 17...

I believe this ended at 20, lol.
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12/19/2011 1:04:20 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
Nope, the win streak ended at 19 (won the last 2 of 2010, the 4 playoff games, and then the first 13 of this season).
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Lasagna
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12/19/2011 8:37:14 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
With the offensive line as beat up as it is, it's hard to imagine Rodgers is going to have much time on his feet for the rest of the season. Our o-line is SHOT./
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12/20/2011 9:33:41 AM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 12/19/2011 8:37:14 PM, Lasagna wrote:
With the offensive line as beat up as it is, it's hard to imagine Rodgers is going to have much time on his feet for the rest of the season. Our o-line is SHOT./

When did that happen? What it a slow progression of losing players to injury, or one really bad game that took out several key guys?
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Lasagna
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12/20/2011 4:04:44 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 12/20/2011 9:33:41 AM, Ore_Ele wrote:
At 12/19/2011 8:37:14 PM, Lasagna wrote:
With the offensive line as beat up as it is, it's hard to imagine Rodgers is going to have much time on his feet for the rest of the season. Our o-line is SHOT./

When did that happen? What it a slow progression of losing players to injury, or one really bad game that took out several key guys?

We lost the two first-round draft picks from '09 and '10 just this last game against the Chiefs. We had already taken some predictable injuries to some of the older o-linemen earlier in the season, and the young guys were going to fill-in. We also lost our pro-bowl guard Josh Sitton a few games ago. Marshall Newhouse emerged this year as a decent undrafted rookie, but that won't be enough if some of these guys don't get healthy. The difference between the '09 Packers and the '10/'11 Packers is clear: in '09, Rodgers was sacked over and over again because we had no line. It would be absolutely terrible if we returned to that form now with all these injuries. The Chiefs just showed the league that pass-rushing is our achilles-heel, and unfortunately that really goes for both sides of the ball.
Rob