Originally Posted by SkinsHokieFan
Thats within a margin of error, no? 66% to 64% for Brady? So essentially 2 percent more of his passes? That is a huge difference?
I didn't say it was a huge difference. I said it was a better way to represent which QB throws more short passes than the stats you had previously provided.
Also, I am not certain it is within margin of error when one QB has many more overall pass attempts than another QB. Brady(460) has attempted 141.5% more passes than Griffin(325). You can't just extrapolate Griffin's pass attempts out and expect the percentages to remain the same, so that will impact the margin of error.