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    A few 2006 QB Stats.

    2006 stats grabbed from KFFL
    No analysis, just a few lists for your viewing pleasure.

    QBs completion percentage (200 attempts or more)

    1. David Carr 68.3% (302 att)
    2. Tony Romo 65.3% (220 att)
    3. Peyton Manning 65% (362 att)
    4. Chad Pennington 64.5% (313 att)
    5. Charlie Frye 64.3% (252 att)
    6. Drew Brees 64.3% (356 att)
    7. Steve McNair 63% (295 att)
    8. Marc Bulger 62.9% (370 att)
    9. J.P. Losman 62.5% (268 att)
    10. Jon Kitna 62.4% (372 att)
    11. Carson Palmer 62.4% (324 att)
    12. Tom Brady 61.8% (319 att)
    13. Philip Rivers 61.7% (284 att)
    14. Brad Johnson 61.5% (270 att)
    15. Jake Delhomme 61% (263 att)
    16. Ben Roethlisberger 59.7% (280 att)
    17. Alex D. Smith 58.1% (257 att)
    18. Eli Manning 57.7% (301 att)
    19. Joey Harrington 57.5% (223 att)
    20. Matt Leinart 56.8% (214 att)
    21. Matt Hasselbeck 56.6% (210 att)
    22. Brett Favre 55.9% (343 att)
    23. Rex Grossman 54.6% (262 att)
    24. Ron Mexico 52.7% (205 att)

    Wrecks Grossman really tore up the field in this SB year.
    It was refreshing to see Ron Mexico at the botton of the heap, thankfully Blank is shooting blanks and keeping him at the helm for the Falcons.

    Passing yds (if <16 games the # games is in parantheses)

    1. Drew Brees 4418 yds
    2. Peyton Manning 4397 yds
    3. Marc Bulger 4301 yds
    4. Jon Kitna 4208 yds
    5. Carson Palmer 4035 yds
    6. Brett Favre 3885 yds
    7. Tom Brady 3529 yds
    8. Ben Roethlisberger (15) 3513 yds
    9. Philip Rivers 3388 yds
    10. Chad Pennington 3352 yds
    11. Eli Manning 3244 yds
    12. Rex Grossman 3193 yds
    13. J.P. Lossman 3051 yds
    14. Steve McNair 3050 yds
    15. Tony Romo 2903 yds
    16. Alex D. Smith 2890 yds
    17. Jake Delhomme (13) 2805 yds
    18. David Carr 2767 yds
    19. Brad Johnson (15) 2750 yds
    20. Donovan McNabb (10) 2647 yds
    21. Matt Leinart (12) 2547 yds
    22. Ron Mexico 2474 yds
    23. Charlie Frye (14) 2454 yds
    24. Matt Hasselbeck (12) 2442 yds
    25. Joey Harrington (11) 2236 yds
    26. Vince Young (15) 2199 yds
    27. Jake Plummer 1994 yds

    It's interesting to look at the pass attempts and # yds and compare the results.

    Passing TDs (only included if in double-digits)

    1. Peyton Manning 31
    2. Carson Palmer 28
    3. Drew Brees 26
    4. Tom Brady 24
    4. Eli Manning 24
    4. Marc Bulger 24
    7. Rex Grossman 23
    8. Philip Rivers 22
    9. Jon Kitna 21
    10. Ron Mexico 20
    11. Tony Romo 19
    11. J.P. Losman 19
    13. Donovan McNabb 18
    13. Matt Hasselbeck 18
    13. Ben Roethlisberger 18
    13. Brett Favre 18
    17. Chad Pennington 17
    17. Jake Delhomme 17
    19. Alex D. Smith 16
    19. Steve McNair 16
    21. Vince Young 12
    21. Joey Harrington 12
    23. Jake Plummer 11
    23. Damon Huard 11
    23. David Carr 11
    23. Matt Leinart 11
    27. Jeff Garcia 10
    27. Charlie Frye 10
    27. Jason Campbell 10
    27. David Garrard 10

    The bottom-line, how many points did these bastards help get on the board.

    INTs (only included if in double-digits)

    1. Ben Roethlisberger 23
    2. Jon Kitna 22
    3. Rex Grossman 20
    4. Eli Manning 18
    4. Brett Favre 18
    6. Charlie Frye 17
    7. Alex D. Smith 16
    7. Chad Pennington 16
    9. Matt Hasselbeck 15
    9. Brad Johnson 15
    9. Joey Harrington 15
    12. J.P. Losman 14
    13. Carson Palmer 13
    13. Vince Young 13
    13. Tony Romo 13
    13. Ron Mexico 13
    13. Jake Plummer 13
    13. Andrew Walter 13
    19. Tom Brady 12
    19. Steve McNair 12
    19. David Carr 12
    19. Matt Leinart 12
    23. Jake Delhomme 11
    23. Drew Brees 11

    Ben's brain damage didn't help him out much in '06.
    Nice to see Favre near the top.

    Rushing TDs
    1. Vince Young 7
    2. Peyton Manning 4
    3. Charlie Frye 3
    3. Donovan McNabb 3
    5. Alex D. Smith 2
    5. Byron Leftwich 2
    5. Jon Kitna 2
    5. Drew Bledsoe 2
    5. Ron Mexico 2
    5. Quinn Gray 2
    5. Ben Roethlisberger 2
    5. David Carr 2
    5. Matt Leinart 2
    14. Chris Simms 1
    14. Charlie Whitehurst 1
    14. Jake Plummer 1
    14. Tarvaris Jackson 1
    14. Daunte Culpepepper 1
    14. Brad Johnson 1
    14. Steve McNair 1
    14. J.P. Losman 1
    14. Brett Favre 1

    Everybody else nada. Vince Young was a TD machine on the ground.

    Fumbles lost (2 or more)

    1. John Kitna 9
    1. Andrew Walter 9
    3. Charlie Frye 7
    3. Carson Palmer 7
    3. J.P. Losman 7
    3. David Carr 7
    7. Bruce Gradkowski 6
    8. Alex D. Smith 5
    8. Damon Huard 5
    8. Brett Favre 5
    8. Rex Grossman 5
    12. Chad Pennington 4
    12. Jake Delhomme 4
    12. Tom Brady 4
    12. Marc Bulger 4
    12. Brad Johnson 4
    17. Vince Young 3
    17. Tony Romo 3
    17. Ron Mexico 3
    17. Senaca Wallace 3
    17. Aaron Brooks 3
    17. Drew Brees 3
    17. Kurt Warner 3
    17. Trent Green 3
    25. Jeff Garcia 2
    25. Donovan McNabb 2
    25. Jake Plummer 2
    25. Jay Cutler 2
    25. Matt Hasselbeck 2
    25. Eli Manning 2
    25. Ben Roethlisberger 2
    25. Philip Rivers 2
    25. Matt Leinart 2
    25. David Garrard 2

    Congrats to Kitna and Walter for leading the pack.

    This is just a quick glance at some stats for the hell of it.
    If someone wants to play around with them to make them more meaningful, then have fun with it.
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    Re: A few 2006 QB Stats.

    Thanks for the lists, that's some interesting info.
    Feels like BJ had more than 15 int's

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    Re: A few 2006 QB Stats.


    Maybe that's because he wasn't even on the list for number of passing TDs...LOL

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    Re: A few 2006 QB Stats.

    "renovikesfan" wrote:

    Maybe that's because he wasn't even on the list for number of passing TDs...LOL
    No kidding, the guy start 15 games and can't even get double digit TDs?


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    Re: A few 2006 QB Stats.

    Carr top of the pack for completion percentage.. And has like 2700 passin yards.. Pick him up!





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    Re: A few 2006 QB Stats.

    I plugged in all of those numbers into several different complex formulas and the only answer that I could get out of it was that Childress sucks ;D

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    Re: A few 2006 QB Stats.

    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    I plugged in all of those numbers into several different complex formulas and the only answer that I could get out of it was that Brad Johnson sucks ;D
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    Re: A few 2006 QB Stats.

    WOO HOO tavaris had a rushing td! oh wait hes a qb....
    woo out
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    Re: A few 2006 QB Stats.

    Passing yards

    17. Jake Delhomme (13) 2805 yds
    18. David Carr 2767 yds
    19. Brad Johnson (15) 2750 yds
    20. Donovan McNabb (10) 2647 yds
    21. Matt Leinart (12) 2547 yds
    22. Ron Mexico 2474 yds
    23. Charlie Frye (14) 2454 yds
    24. Matt Hasselbeck (12) 2442 yds
    25. Joey Harrington (11) 2236 yds
    26. Vince Young (15) 2199 yds
    27. Jake Plummer 1994 yds
    Plummer only played in 11 games.


    Vick had the fewest yards of any QB that played all 16 games.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: A few 2006 QB Stats.

    "whackthepack" wrote:
    Passing yards

    17. Jake Delhomme (13) 2805 yds
    18. David Carr 2767 yds
    19. Brad Johnson (15) 2750 yds
    20. Donovan McNabb (10) 2647 yds
    21. Matt Leinart (12) 2547 yds
    22. Ron Mexico 2474 yds
    23. Charlie Frye (14) 2454 yds
    24. Matt Hasselbeck (12) 2442 yds
    25. Joey Harrington (11) 2236 yds
    26. Vince Young (15) 2199 yds
    27. Jake Plummer 1994 yds
    Plummer only played in 11 games.


    Vick had the fewest yards of any QB that played all 16 games.
    Is it that surprising. Hmm, no. Lucky that he's not on our team.

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