My last article on PhinPhantic.com took a look at six 2nd tier QBs in this year’s NFL Draft. I mainly compared their college statistics, but added some of my own analysis. The article received quite a few comments prompting an interesting discussion. First thing, I want to thank all who joined the discussion. Second, I wanted to note that the main criticism of the analysis questioned QBs and College Statistics – Do They Matter? So, I decided to take a look at the question researching some professional QBs and their college and pro statistics.
Just to summarize, I analyzed the college statistics of these six QBs focusing on four key statistics – completion percentage, yards per attempt (YPA), touchdown to interception ratio (TDs/INTs), and sacks taken per game. It should be noted that I also looked at a whole lot more their statistics. The table below identifies the six QBs and their college team along with these four key statistics in 2010.
Topics: Andy Dalton, Bill Parcells, Chad Henne, Christian Ponder, Colin Kaepernick, College QBs, Dan Henning, Greg McElroy, Jake Locker, Jeff Ireland, Joe Flacco, Matt Ryan, Miami Dolphins, NFL, NFL Draft, Philip Rivers, Ryan Mallett, Tony Sparano