Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by PJTHEDOORS, Oct 17, 2016.
Anthony Brown had another very solid game....not sure where he fits in PFF's rankings
2 fumbles, 1 lost taking points off the board and 1 INT that led to points for the other team. That's an F.. the rest of the game, A - to B.. average a C. He could have very easily cost us the game with his play yesterday, just so happened our D kept them out of the endzone.
yes, lesser turnovers. GIVE ME MORE TURNOVERS!
and rodgers decided he didnt wanna really play football.
Oh, you mean like in 2013, when we lost to a Matt Flynn-led Packers because Romo threw 2 ints in the last three minutes?
This is true
He has done an absolutely amazing job but he does need to be more careful with the ball. The fumble that was recovered by us could have been devastating and should not have happened
Uh, his last game at Lambeau, he was stellar with a 140+ passer rating with a loss due to the rest of the team letting him down. Give me Romo's last game in Lambeau over any Dak has played so far.
What's worse is Butler closed his eyes right before the ball got there.............that dude is straight up dumb.
I've lost patience with him.
We all make mistakes but normally we learn from them.
Butler invents new ones.
at least they are new ones and not the same ones. lol
Wonder if Lee received an "F" for knocking out Claiborne?
It was a very uneven performance.
The pick was bad. The fumble were very bad.
Passer rating and PFF grades are determined in a much different way (obviously).
In the QB rating system there is no difference made in the way the INT was created. In the PFF system there is (and that was a bad INT- very bad throw).
Also the QB rating system does not include fumbles and those were also bad, which hurt his PFF grade a great deal.
Quite frankly for about 24 first-half minutes the offense was shoddy.
Dak recovered and put up some nice numbers but it was a very uneven performance IMO.
I agree. However to me that is what made his overall performance even bigger. Sooner or later this was going to happen some bad mistake and it does happen to every QB out there. It is how you handle it after it happens that shows what kind of QB you are. Do you played scared after that? Or trying to do too much where you continue to cost yourself? Dak kept his cool and stayed under control and help produce some big plays and big scores to close the game out. To me that is what made this outing very big for him. Winning when you are less than perfect!!!
I agree his response was stellar, but it doesn't wipe away the bad that had occurred.
Hopefully it's something he learns from.
I'm curious as to whether they factor in fumbles into that metric.
not even sure what game you are watching. we're 5-1 and playing as a team. i love me some romo and feel like he's vastly underrated but when winning, you keep on winning until what you are doing to win stops working.
and he's not "replacing romo" romo would be coming back to replace him. all that you are coming up with you're making up as you go. romo has fumbled for no reason. he's throw interceptions for less reasons.
other than pre-determined rules of play and historically this would be our normal steps, this isn't normal.
but it *is* historical.
let him keep playing.
No it doesn't but fact is all QB are going to have bad things happen in games, even Brady will make a poor play or have a costly fumble. He does not let them deter him from getting the job done. You shake it off and get ready for the next possession. I think Dak is learning a lot but just as with any sport mistakes will be made it is how you overcome the mistake that goes a long way.
I watch some guys throw a pick and next thing they are trying to guild balls instead of cutting it loose or you start hesitating because you don't want to make another mistake yet the hesitation allows the DB to recover after initially getting beat. Part of being great is how you deal with adversity and your own mistakes.
Yes they do!
Fumbles figure large.
Fumbles aren't including the Quarterback Rating, hence a big reason why one rating can very so much from the other.
Also "INTs" aren't differentiated in the Quarterback Rating– a pick is a pick is a pick.
Not so in the PFF rating system. A ball the receiver has his fingers on but "pops" up in the air and is picked isn't likely to damage the QB's rating in the PFF system BUT a ball that is thrown directly to the defender like the one yesterday is going to damage one's ratings.
PFF Gives Dak Bad Grade
Its OK. I gave him a good one.
2 tos. 1 int, and 1 fumble lost.