Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by Hawkeye0202, Jan 11, 2019.
UH OH. Certain people who have an agenda won’t like this.
Men lie. Women lie. Numbers don’t. Stats say Dak is a fantastic QB.
Yeahbuts in 5,4,3,…
A very important number here is quanity.
How any attempts.
Good stuff either way.
He gets underrated at times here by some
Dak throws deep about as much as Romo did....Of course around here Romo's a 1st ballot HOFer but Romo didn't get blasted for this...personally I think a lot of it is the scheme in general.
Where do you find those numbers?
I’mcurious about some non playoff guys as well. Mayfield, etc.
Someone should tell the analysts to quit Dak slobbering.
What say you @Super_Kazuya?
Anyone ever find out Jaws’ source?
Im sure one of our stats guys has access.
I wonder if they do 30 or even 40 yards
Anyone remember Jeff Blake of the Bengals years ago. What a deep ball thrower...but real bombs.
Cut it Loose Dak, big difference between being aggressive and being careless. The last thing I want to see him do is sitting in the pocket and patting the ball. This is the time when Big Time Players make big-time plays...Let's Go... Rumble young man Rumble
Ya Dak is a Franchise QB lol......stat magic to deceive the eye's...
Waiting for the but but but.......
That’s great, but gotta have perspective...
Per NextGenStats - Daks average intended air yard average is outside of the top 20.
My take is he’s doing well when throwing deep, but not making those the downfield throws as often as others.
See, this is what I have been saying. THAT is how you track deep throws .. not by play yardage but by yards-in-air.
The other stat is useless, but this one gives a better representation of which quarterbacks are good at throwing the deep ball.
That's the missing stat in there. That said, I am just thankful someone finally tracked yards-in-air stats rather than including 5 yard passes that go for 50 yards.
Corrected it for you, bro.
Ain’t no Goff on that list baby...
Are these stats for this season or career? To put the numbers a little more into perspective, how many did they attempt? If it's for this season alone then these stats are misleading. Like when comparing Foles to Mahomes using this statistic.
It's like trying to use points to rate a D when the D didn't give up all those points.
This adds some perspective, and is not suprising.
Where didyou find this?