Most interceptions thrown in the NFL since 2021

TheMarathonContinues

Well-Known Member
Messages
76,082
Reaction score
70,354
Matt Stafford got that ring the year he led the NFL in interceptions. So the Rams got that ring INSPITE of Stafford.

Stafford's ring carries the same weight as Trent Dilpher's.

The real question is how does Rodgers have the same amount of rings as Stafford and Dilpher and he supposed to be one of the best ever.
I ask myself this question all the time. And its not like Rodgers got to the SB and got beat by Brady....I don't even know if they ever even met in a SB I feel like they never did so can't say its because of the Pats dynasty.
 

CouchCoach

Staff member
Messages
41,122
Reaction score
74,908
CowboysZone ULTIMATE Fan
Interceptions are like penalties, great players and teams overcome them.

Every year the Raiders won the SB they led the league in penalties and not just penalties but contact PF penalties but they overcame them.

Anybody that ever started Marino on their FF team will tell you he was good for a pick 6 but he was also able to overcome that.

Interceptions are like surprise guests that show up at your home. It's all about when they show up.
 

blueblood70

Well-Known Member
Messages
38,923
Reaction score
27,111
Matt Stafford got that ring the year he led the NFL in interceptions. So the Rams got that ring INSPITE of Stafford.

Stafford's ring carries the same weight as Trent Dilpher's.

The real question is how does Rodgers have the same amount of rings as Stafford and Dilpher and he supposed to be one of the best ever.
You're correct very good observations that's what these fans don't understand it takes a great team to come together and overcome mistakes and get on A roll to get to championship games in Super Bowls.
that is why there's a whole bunch of great quarterbacks out there like Brett farve, Rogers, Brees, they only have one Super Bowl in like 19 years in the leguie,19!! and there's a whole bunch of more that don't have any Super Bowls and yet there are some quarterbacks considered a whole level below or worse that have rings this is a team game it will always be a team game you're right in spite of Stafford sure he played well at the end of that game but even in the Super bowl he threw two interceptions in the Super bowl I guarantee he had over 20 turnovers that season and yet nobody talks about it because they won the game but he didn't win the game by himself the defense got on the ball back twice at the end of that game they made huge plays...

Where was that for Prescott last year or the year before when his team was committed in 14 penalties,or in 18 that run defense ughh!, where they couldn't create a run game where they couldn't block long enough or the defense played great last year but where were those plays at the end of the game we were waiting on you know Trevon diggs missed a somewhat easy interception and also didn't break up a play it looked like he easily could have these all are little things in a game that cost you a game including Michael Gallup getting pushed off his route that created one of the interceptions but nobody wants to admit that he ran up not only a bad route he was able to get pushed off and he made no effort to come back it at least tried to break up the play he just stood there and watched it that was three of them that year he was directly responsible for...
 

Vtwin

Safety third
Messages
8,183
Reaction score
11,172
Matt Stafford got that ring the year he led the NFL in interceptions. So the Rams got that ring INSPITE of Stafford.

Stafford's ring carries the same weight as Trent Dilpher's.

The real question is how does Rodgers have the same amount of rings as Stafford and Dilpher and he supposed to be one of the best ever.
I'm sure you've gone over all of Stafford's int's and determined how many of them weren't his fault.

lol
 

Hawkeye0202

Well-Known Member
Messages
23,592
Reaction score
43,382
The lack of WR options hurt. He was trying to force it to Lamb too often. Dak was the one throwing them but Moore was calling the plays. Let’s see with a new play caller and plays. New and more quality WR, especially with Gallup back. We need good O-Line play.
Of course, it did.....most if not all Cowboy fans know it deep down. Whether or not they choose to admit it is a different story. Hell, with the 49er's game, we only had Lamb and Shultz as legit options after Pollard went down ( Hilton just signed and Gallup was on one leg )
 

glimmerman

Well-Known Member
Messages
30,053
Reaction score
29,910
Of course, it did.....most if not all Cowboy fans know it deep down. Whether or not they choose to admit it is a different story. Hell, with the 49er's game, we only had Lamb and Shultz as legit options after Pollard went down ( Hilton just signed and Gallup was on one leg )
Was easy for them to defend. And made it hard to run on. I wish Moore was smart enough to make some easy plays for Dak and Hilton to run. Needed some quick passes to get the ball out.
 

GINeric

Well-Known Member
Messages
4,309
Reaction score
3,646
I'm sure you've gone over all of Stafford's int's and determined how many of them weren't his fault.

lol

All interceptions aren't always the quarterback's fault. But when your record vs winning teams is 11-72 like Matt Stafford's.... most of them were most likely his fault.
 

GINeric

Well-Known Member
Messages
4,309
Reaction score
3,646
You're correct very good observations that's what these fans don't understand it takes a great team to come together and overcome mistakes and get on A roll to get to championship games in Super Bowls.
that is why there's a whole bunch of great quarterbacks out there like Brett farve, Rogers, Brees, they only have one Super Bowl in like 19 years in the leguie,19!! and there's a whole bunch of more that don't have any Super Bowls and yet there are some quarterbacks considered a whole level below or worse that have rings this is a team game it will always be a team game you're right in spite of Stafford sure he played well at the end of that game but even in the Super bowl he threw two interceptions in the Super bowl I guarantee he had over 20 turnovers that season and yet nobody talks about it because they won the game but he didn't win the game by himself the defense got on the ball back twice at the end of that game they made huge plays...

Where was that for Prescott last year or the year before when his team was committed in 14 penalties,or in 18 that run defense ughh!, where they couldn't create a run game where they couldn't block long enough or the defense played great last year but where were those plays at the end of the game we were waiting on you know Trevon diggs missed a somewhat easy interception and also didn't break up a play it looked like he easily could have these all are little things in a game that cost you a game including Michael Gallup getting pushed off his route that created one of the interceptions but nobody wants to admit that he ran up not only a bad route he was able to get pushed off and he made no effort to come back it at least tried to break up the play he just stood there and watched it that was three of them that year he was directly responsible for...

Well you already know the rule for lots of people. If Dak or Romo don't win a Superbowl.... its all THEIR fault. But other good quarterbacks get the "bad team, bad coaching" , etc, etc, excuses, as if Dak and Romo had Belichick or Bill Walsh as their coaches and a great front office like some of those other quarterbacks.
 

blueblood70

Well-Known Member
Messages
38,923
Reaction score
27,111
Well you already know the rule for lots of people. If Dak or Romo don't win a Superbowl.... its all THEIR fault. But other good quarterbacks get the "bad team, bad coaching" , etc, etc, excuses, as if Dak and Romo had Belichick or Bill Walsh as their coaches and a great front office like some of those other quarterbacks.
Right blame the only two quarterbacks outside of Troy the last 30 years that even put you in contention for a Super Bowl but don't blame the other 20 in between that can't get it done and just blame the ones that can put you right in the middle of a playoff race that could get you to a Super Bowl but and call them trash and say they suck say their average but the real trash quarterbacks are the ones that were in between all the great quarterbacks I mean there are what five really good quarterbacks this franchise has had since 1960 and two of them just get the narratives as if they're bad and yet a guy like Peyton Manning can start his career out three and six have twice as many turnovers in the same amount of games as Prescott and yet they use that same narrative on Prescott as if he's trash and can't get it done and yet there are examples that if the team comes together at the right time he can get it done it's not his fault when the line can't block or open holes create a run game or the coordinator is not creative enough or good enough to beat the other sides defense the Niners are a better team than us because of those factors they are better in the trenches and they are better at calling the right plays.

It's a very slim margin it's obvious that we're in the same general area of talent that the Niners are but they are executing better at the right time it's a slim slim margin but that's where we're losing these games in the trenches.

We simply are not physical enough along the offensive line to get anything going consistently against teams like that with the front sevens that are difficult to run against or block and that's why Kellen Moore is gone and that's why we're trying to reboot the offense a little bit..
 

DFWJC

Well-Known Member
Messages
59,447
Reaction score
48,252
San Francisco dropped an interception. Stafford never would’ve went to the Super Bowl. But yes, very underrated.
Hey, recall the Rams dropped 2 TDs passes that game too.

But yeah, that was an awful drop by SF....could have called fair catch...lol
 
Top