2016 Week 6 NFL Passing Statistics

By Chris Malumphy

Quarterback ratings may be more important than we generally give them credit. While they may not be the "perfect" method for evaluating individual passers, they do have significant value in telling how well a quarterback, and his team, did in a particular game. For instance, quarterbacks who have had a game rating of 100.0 or higher thus far in 2016 are 51-15 .773. That would be slightly better than 12 wins in a 16 game season. More impressive is that of those 15 losses, 11 came in games where the opposing quarterback had an even better quarterback rating. On only 4 occasions has a quarterback with a rating over 100.0 for the game lost to a quarterback whose rating was lower and on only three occasions has a quarterback with a rating of 100.0 plus lost to a quarterback with a rating under 100.0.

Quarterbacks with a game rating between 90.0 and 99.9 are 17-10 .630. Quarterbacks with game ratings of 80.0 to 89.9 are 10-22 .312. Quarterbacks with game ratings of 70.0 to 79.9 are 9-17 .346. Quarterbacks with game ratings of less than 70.0 are 5-28 .152. So if your favorite team is led by a quarterback whose QB rating is less than 90.0, you are fighting some serious odds against making the playoffs.

Week 6 saw some fine quarterback play go down the drain. The Rams' Case Keenum may have had the best game of his career completing 27 of 32 (84.4%) for 321 yards, 10 yards per attempt, three touchdowns and one interception resulting in a QB rating of 126.7. Given his past, Keenum is unlikely to ever match those figures again. Unfortunately for Keenum and the Rams, the Lions' Matthew Stafford was even better QB rating-wise (139.8), completing 23-31 (74.2%) for 270 yards and an 8.7 yard average, but most importantly four touchdowns and no interceptions. The Lions beat the Rams 31-28.

Browns' third round draft pick Cody Kessler played a solid game completing 26 of 41 (63.4%) for 336 yards, 8.2 yards per attempt, two touchdowns, no interceptions and a rating of 105.3. But the Titan's Marcus Mariota had his best game of the year completing 17 of 24 (70.8%) for 284 yards, an 11.8 yard average, three touchdowns, one interception and a rating of 132.6. The Titans beat the Browns 28-26 as Cleveland's comeback attempt fell short.

Andy Dalton also topped the 100.0 rating mark. But he faced Tom Brady, who had the best rating of the week. No surprise that the Patriots beat the Bengals 35-17.

The Falcons' Matt Ryan (102.8) was the only quarterback with a rating of over 100.0 in week 6 who lost to a quarterback with a lesser rating in the game, falling to Russell Wilson (88.8) and the Seahawks 26-24. Of course, the outcome might have been different if the refs hadn't missed the pass interference call that should have gone against Richard Sherman as the Falcons threatened to score at the end of the game.

The Jets must really reconsider the Ryan Fitzpatrick situation or somehow get him back on track if they have no faith in Geno Smith, Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg. The 49ers had little improvement replacing Blaine Gabbert with Colin Kaepernick. Maybe things will get better for Kaepernick as the rust wears off. Else we might see the return to action of Christian Ponder.

QB Game Rating Win-Loss Record
<= 69.95280.152

2016 Week 6 Passing Statistics
Tom BradyPatriotsBengals352982.937610.738.600.0318140.0W 35 - 17
Matthew StaffordLionsRams312374.22708.7412.900.015139.8W 31 - 28
Marcus MariotaTitansBrowns241770.828411.8312.514.2214132.6W 28 - 26
Case KeenumRamsLions322784.432110.039.413.1110126.7L 28 - 31
Drew BreesSaintsPanthers493469.44659.548.212.015118.2W 41 - 38
Dak PrescottCowboysPackers271866.72479.1311.113.7214117.4W 30 - 16
Drew StantonCardinalsJets11100.01212.000.000.000116.7W 28 - 3
Tyrod TaylorBills49ers261765.41796.927.700.030110.9W 45 - 16
Alex SmithChiefsRaiders221986.422410.200.000.011109.1W 26 - 10
Cody KesslerBrownsTitans412663.43368.224.900.0636105.3L 26 - 28
Andy DaltonBengalsPatriots312167.72548.213.200.0217103.4L 17 - 35
Matt RyanFalconsSeahawks422764.33358.037.112.4425102.8L 24 - 26
Eli ManningGiantsRavens463269.64038.836.524.316100.2W 27 - 23
Ryan TannehillDolphinsSteelers322475.02527.900.000.00097.4W 30 - 15
Carson PalmerCardinalsJets342367.62136.312.900.00094.4W 28 - 3
Philip RiversChargersBroncos291862.11786.113.400.021290.9W 21 - 13
Aaron RodgersPackersCowboys423173.82947.012.412.41090.8L 16 - 30
Brock OsweilerTexansColts392564.12696.925.112.611390.7W 26 - 23
Russell WilsonSeahawksFalcons372567.62707.300.000.01988.8W 26 - 24
Andrew LuckColtsTexans322165.62527.913.113.132187.0L 23 - 26
Kirk CousinsRedskinsEagles341852.92637.725.912.90085.8W 27 - 20
Blake BortlesJaguarsBears332060.62718.213.013.02884.3W 17 - 16
Cam NewtonPanthersSaints472757.43226.924.312.121983.8L 38 - 41
Derek CarrRaidersChiefs342264.72256.612.912.92481.1L 10 - 26
Terrelle PryorBrownsTitans11100. 26 - 28
Brian HoyerBearsJaguars493061.23026.200.000.01578.8L 16 - 17
Trevor SiemianBroncosChargers503060.02304.612.000.021077.9L 13 - 21
Colin Kaepernick49ersBills291344.81876.413.400.032077.8L 16 - 45
Carson WentzEaglesRedskins221150.01798.100.000.053477.7L 20 - 27
Joe FlaccoRavensGiants482654.23076.400.000.021473.9L 23 - 27
Ben RoethlisbergerSteelersDolphins341955.91895.612.925.922057.1L 15 - 30
Ryan FitzpatrickJetsCardinals311651.61745.600.013.20055.0L 3 - 28
Jeremy MaclinChiefsRaiders100. 26 - 10
Landry JonesSteelersDolphins100. 15 - 30
Geno SmithJetsCardinals6466.7315.200.0116.71839.6L 3 - 28
EJ ManuelBills49ers200. 45 - 16

2016 Week 5 Passing Statistics

By Chris Malumphy

Tom Brady is back, putting up good numbers against the hapless Cleveland Browns during Week 5 of the 2016 NFL season. Speaking of hapless, the San Diego Chargers continue to waste the talent and the production of quarterback Philip Rivers, finding yet another way to lose. On a brighter note, Sam Bradford continues to play good ball for the Minnesota Vikings who remain undefeated despite efforts to a myriad of players including quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, running back Adrian Peterson, both starting offensive tackles, and more.

Despite losing yet again, the Chicago Bears must be impressed by the continued strong play of Brian Hoyer. Make no mistake about it, Hoyer is not a great player, but he is certainly under-rated and may be a better alternative for the Bears than Jay Cutler, who seems to have all the talent in the world, but has erratic mechanics and seems to be in the mold of a Jeff George, perhaps a poor man's Jeff George at that. Over the years, Hoyer has typically been madly inconsistent, witness last year's playoffs with the Texans, but he has also had three winning seasons in a row, albeit in part-time duty: 2013 Cleveland 3-0, 2014 Cleveland 7-6, 2015 Houston 5-4. He is currently 1-2 with the Bears in 2016. Hoyer did not play in week one and entered the field the first time in 2016 during week two versus the Eagles after Cutler was injured. Since then Hoyer has been on fire, completing 71.4% of his passes for a 7.8 yard average per completion with six touchdowns and zero interceptions. Hoyer has passed for over 300 yards in each of his three starts. His quarterback rating for the year is 108.5 and he has had a rating of at least 120.0 in each of his past two games. Those numbers haven't been put up against the best defenses (Eagles, Cowboys, Lions, Colts), but they do show that Hoyer is able to take advantage of what's available. Again, Hoyer is probably no team's long term solution, but he is undoubtedly better than many, and must at least be considered among the better backups in the league.

At the other end of the spectrum, there are several teams that must replace their starting quarterbacks soon. Case Keenum isn't the answer in Los Angeles, but the Rams have Jared Goff in training. The 49ers realize that Blaine Gabbert is not getting the job done and will give a start to Colin Kaepernick. Is Christian Ponder far behind. The Jets Ryan Fitzpatrick is having a miserable year, but New York doesn't seem to have any faith in Geno Smith, Bryce Petty or Christian Hackenberg. Offensive coordinator Chan Galey has worked a bit of magic in the past helping quarterbacks play above their talent, but he better get something done soon unless the Jets are willing to give up on 2016.

Brock Osweiler (Texans) and Ryan Tannehill (Dolphins) aren't helping their teams and have those franchises in quarterback hell with expensive players who aren't horrible, but are certainly not good enough.

While both Jameis Winston (Buccaneers) and Marcus Mariota (Titans) showed promise as rookies in 2016, neither has played all that well in 2016, with Winston being particularly disappointing thus far. Even some of the stalwarts are having a difficult time in 2016 including Aaron Rodgers and Eli Manning.

2016 Week 5 Passing Statistics
Matthew StaffordLionsEagles251976.01807.2312.000.0416135.0W 24 - 23
Tom BradyPatriotsBrowns402870.040610.237.500.013127.7W 33 - 13
Cody KesslerBrownsPatriots8562.5627.8112.500.000126.0L 13 - 33
Ben RoethlisbergerSteelersJets473472.33808.148.500.018124.4W 31 - 13
Sam BradfordVikingsTexans302273.32719.026.700.0216123.1W 31 - 13
Philip RiversChargersRaiders302170.035912.0413.326.728122.1L 31 - 34
Brian HoyerBearsColts433376.73979.224.700.000120.0L 23 - 29
Dak PrescottCowboysBengals241875.02279.514.200.015117.9W 28 - 14
Marcus MariotaTitansDolphins292069.01635.6310.300.000117.5W 30 - 17
Andrew LuckColtsBears392871.83228.325.100.0524113.4W 29 - 23
Andy DaltonBengalsCowboys412970.72696.624.900.0420104.6L 14 - 28
Carson WentzEaglesLions332575.82387.226.113.038102.8L 23 - 24
Matt RyanFalconsBroncos281553.62679.513.600.021798.4W 23 - 16
Tyrod TaylorBillsRams231252.21245.428.700.021297.0W 30 - 19
Ryan FitzpatrickJetsSteelers382565.82556.712.600.031193.6L 13 - 31
Jameis WinstonBuccaneersPanthers301860.02197.313.300.021793.6W 17 - 14
Derek CarrRaidersChargers402562.53177.925.012.531793.4W 34 - 31
Kirk CousinsRedskinsRavens412970.72606.312.412.411085.4W 16 - 10
Joe FlaccoRavensRedskins463065.22104.612.200.032282.7L 10 - 16
Paxton LynchBroncosFalcons352365.72236.412.912.964081.0L 16 - 23
Charlie WhitehurstBrownsPatriots241458.31827.614.214.221478.8L 13 - 33
Eli ManningGiantsPackers351851.41995.712.900.031778.2L 16 - 23
Drew StantonCardinals49ers281139.31244.427.100.01877.1W 33 - 21
Case KeenumRamsBills312167.72718.700.026.542868.1L 19 - 30
Derek AndersonPanthersBuccaneers281864.32789.900.027.10067.3L 14 - 17
Aaron RodgersPackersGiants452351.12595.824.424.40065.0W 23 - 16
Ryan TannehillDolphinsTitans181266.719110.600.0211.164262.3L 17 - 30
Blaine Gabbert49ersCardinals311858.11625.213.226.572756.1L 21 - 33
Brock OsweilerTexansVikings421945.21844.412.412.442956.1L 13 - 31
Terrelle PryorBrownsPatriots3133.351.700.000.00042.4L 13 - 33
Jimmy GaroppoloPatriotsBrowns100. 33 - 13
Justin TuckerRavensRedskins100. 10 - 16

2016 Week 4 Passing Statistics

By Chris Malumphy

All of the quarterbacks with game QB ratings of 94.0 or high won during Week 4 of the 2016 NFL season. Conversely, all but two of the quarterbacks with game QB ratings of less than 94.0 lost. The only two exceptions were the Saints' Drew Brees (74.7) due to the incomprehensible meltdown during the final minutes of the San Diego Chargers and the Texans' Brock Osweiler (82.5) who actually outplayed his opposing quarterback Marcus Mariota (54.1).

Note that by cutting down on his interceptions from six in Week 3 to three in Week 4, the Jets' Ryan Fitzgerald jumped his game QB ratings from 18.2 to 53.1 albeit with yet another loss. With nine interceptions in the past two games, the Jets might want to consider looking towards the wealth of other quarterbacks they currently control: Geno Smith, Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenburg. Or given that talent, perhaps not.

The Broncos' Trevor Siemian continues to play surprisingly well, and when he went out with injury, rookie Paxton Lynch didn't do too badly either. Rookie Cody Kessler completed 70 percent of his passes and helped keep the Browns in the game against Washington until Cleveland imploded with turnovers on three consecutive drives, but his meager 5.6 yards per attempt was worse than any quarterback not named Jameis Winston (5.1) or Drew Stanton (3.4) last week.

2016 Week 4 Passing Statistics
Ben RoethlisbergerSteelersChiefs272281.530011.1518.500.0213152.5W 43 - 14
Matt RyanFalconsPanthers372875.750313.6410.812.7322142.0W 48 - 33
Trevor SiemianBroncosBuccaneers7571.4689.7114.300.0320141.7W 27 - 7
Russell WilsonSeahawksJets322371.93099.739.400.0221133.5W 27 - 17
Derek CarrRaidersRavens352571.41995.7411.400.000123.4W 28 - 27
Brian HoyerBearsLions362877.83028.425.600.028120.1W 17 - 14
Kirk CousinsRedskinsBrowns272177.81836.8311.113.7327116.5W 31 - 20
Dak PrescottCowboys49ers322371.92457.726.200.0211114.7W 24 - 17
Andy DaltonBengalsDolphins312271.02969.513.200.0111111.8W 22 - 7
Case KeenumRamsCardinals301860.02668.926.700.0219111.2W 17 - 13
Sam BradfordVikingsGiants362672.22627.312.800.000101.9W 24 - 10
Blake BortlesJaguarsColts331957.62076.326.100.031296.4W 30 - 27
Tyrod TaylorBillsPatriots392769.22466.312.600.02294.6W 16 - 0
Paxton LynchBroncosBuccaneers241458.31707.114.200.01094.1W 27 - 7
Philip RiversChargersSaints432865.13217.524.712.331393.3L 34 - 35
Blaine Gabbert49ersCowboys231669.61968.514.314.31791.9L 17 - 24
Cam NewtonPanthersFalcons251456.01656.614.000.01889.6L 33 - 48
Derek AndersonPanthersFalcons231773.91727.528.728.70087.6L 33 - 48
Carson PalmerCardinalsRams362363.92888.012.812.832386.3L 13 - 17
Jacoby BrissettPatriotsBills271763.02057.600.000.031886.2L 0 - 16
Andrew LuckColtsJaguars422764.32345.624.812.464484.8L 27 - 30
Joe FlaccoRavensRaiders523261.52985.711.900.021683.7L 27 - 28
Brock OsweilerTexansTitans372567.62546.925.425.411082.5W 27 - 20
Cody KesslerBrownsRedskins402870.02235.612.512.51681.6L 20 - 31
Alex SmithChiefsSteelers503060.02875.724.012.041781.0L 14 - 43
Ryan TannehillDolphinsBengals251560.01897.614.014.052980.2L 7 - 22
Drew BreesSaintsChargers362363.92075.825.625.621574.7W 35 - 34
Eli ManningGiantsVikings452555.62615.800.012.20063.3L 10 - 24
Matthew StaffordLionsBears362363.92135.900.025.621656.8L 14 - 17
Marcus MariotaTitansTexans291344.82027.000.013.41654.1L 20 - 27
Ryan FitzpatrickJetsSeahawks412356.12616.412.437.341453.0L 17 - 27
Jameis WinstonBuccaneersBroncos351748.61795.100.025.753640.1L 7 - 27
Drew StantonCardinalsRams11436.4373.400.0218.2006.8L 13 - 17

Become a Bajillionaire Picking NFL Winners Using Quarterback Rating Stats

By Chris Malumphy

If you could predict which quarterback was going to have the best QB Rating in a particular game you could quickly become a millionaire. Oh heck, a million isn't what it used to be, you could easily become a bajillionaire. Here's why and how.

The quarterback with the better quarterback ranking in a game has won an outstanding 83% (40-8) of the time thus far in 2016. While the quarterback rating statistic has been much maligned in terms of ranking which passers are best, it does in a very general but remarkably precise way get to the essence of the modern game of football.

Quarterbacks with a game QB rating of 100.0 or better (minimum of 15 attempts for the purposes of this article), have a record of 26-7 (.788). Not too shabby. But it is even more impressive when you learn that of those 7 losses, six where to teams where the quarterback had an even higher rating, and the one exception was a one point loss in which the Saints led by Drew Brees (131.3) lost to the Raiders and Derek Carr (98.5) with the outcome of the game decided by Coach Jack Del Rio's gutsy decision to go for a two-point conversion rather than play for overtime. Thus, in games in which one team has a quarterback that reaches a 100.0+ rating and the other team does not, the likelihood of a win has been over 95% (20-1) in 2016.

Losers with 100.0+ QB Ratings
1FalconsMatt Ryan112.6L 24 - 31BuccaneersJameis Winston125.1
1SaintsDrew Brees131.3L 34 - 35RaidersDerek Carr98.5
1ColtsAndrew Luck119.5L 35 - 39LionsMatthew Stafford128.6
1CardinalsCarson Palmer104.7L 21 - 23PatriotsJimmy Garoppolo106.1
2BillsTyrod Taylor112.8L 31 - 37JetsRyan Fitzpatrick116.5
2RaidersDerek Carr115.0L 28 - 35FalconsMatt Ryan131.5
3LionsMatthew Stafford112.3L 27 - 34PackersAaron Rodgers129.3

Teams whose quarterbacks do not break a QB rating of 100.0+ for the game are likely to lose. Thus far in 2016 teams whose quarterbacks had game rankings of less than 100 are 22-41 (.349). Quarterbacks with a rating between 90.0 and 99.9 are 6-6 (.500). Those with ratings 80.0 to 89.9 are 5-9 (.357). Quarterbacks with game ratings of 70.0 to 79.9 are 7-10 (.412) and those with ratings of 69.9 or less are 4-16 (.200). Now, if you could only predict in advance what the likely QB ratings for the two quarterbacks in any game were going to be. There is no need to be precise, just guestimate which quarterback is likely to have the better day and if you are correct you'll pick winners over 80% of the time. If you also know that the quarterback you selected will have a rating of 100.0 or higher then your selection could win as often as 95% of the time.

QB Game Rating Win-Loss Record
QB RatingWinsLosesPct
<= 69.94160.200

Should be easy when you realize, for instance, that the Browns. 49ers and Jaguars haven't had a quarterback with a rating of 86.0 yet this year or that the defenses of the Broncos, Eagles, Texans and Titans haven't allowed the opposing quarterback to achieve a rating of 80.0 or more in any of their games. Or that neither the Jets nor the Lions have held a quarterback under 100.0 yet. But stay away from the Saints and the Falcons. Both Drew Brees and Matt Ryan can put up some really good numbers, but the Saints and Falcons defenses haven't held any quarterbacks under the high 90s yet. Also, beware of erratic quarterbacks. Ryan Fitzgerald put up some pretty good numbers during week two resulting in a rating of 116.5. Week three? Not so good: 18.2. Ouch.

Otherwise, it should be fairly easy. You can try it out at your own risk. Results may vary. Past results are no guarantee of future performance. State and federal laws may apply.

2016 Week 3 Passing Statistics
Trevor SiemianBroncosBengals352365.73128.9411.400.029132.1W 29 - 17
Aaron RodgersPackersLions241562.52058.5416.700.024129.3W 34 - 27
Carson WentzEaglesSteelers312374.23019.726.500.000125.9W 34 - 3
Dak PrescottCowboysBears241979.224810.314.200.000123.6W 31 - 17
Tress WayRedskinsGiants11100.03131.000.000.000118.7W 29 - 27
Russell WilsonSeahawks49ers231565.224310.614.300.0217114.9W 37 - 18
Matt RyanFalconsSaints302066.72408.026.700.0215113.2W 45 - 32
Matthew StaffordLionsPackers412868.33859.437.312.4317112.3L 27 - 34
Kirk CousinsRedskinsGiants352160.02968.525.700.0214106.4W 29 - 27
Alex SmithChiefsJets332575.82377.213.000.0216105.2W 24 - 3
Drew BreesSaintsFalcons543666.73767.035.611.921797.5L 32 - 45
Trevone BoykinSeahawks49ers9777.8657.2111.1111.10094.2W 37 - 18
Ryan TannehillDolphinsBrowns392564.13198.237.725.11893.9W 30 - 24
Brian HoyerBearsCowboys493061.23176.524.100.00093.7L 17 - 31
Jameis WinstonBuccaneersRams583662.14057.035.211.721693.0L 32 - 37
Sam BradfordVikingsPanthers281864.31716.113.600.021893.0W 22 - 10
Philip RiversChargersColts392666.73308.500.000.021192.9L 22 - 26
Andrew LuckColtsChargers372464.93318.912.712.721491.2W 26 - 22
Case KeenumRamsBuccaneers261453.81907.327.713.81787.0W 37 - 32
Cody KesslerBrownsDolphins332163.62447.400.000.031785.9L 24 - 30
Eli ManningGiantsRedskins382565.83509.212.625.321382.1L 27 - 29
Terrelle PryorBrownsDolphins5360.0357.000.000.01181.2L 24 - 30
Derek CarrRaidersTitans352160.02497.112.912.91479.3W 17 - 10
Derek AndersonPanthersVikings11100. 10 - 22
Jacoby BrissettPatriotsTexans191157.91035.400.000.01672.9W 27 - 0
Andy DaltonBengalsBroncos312167.72066.600.013.241772.8L 17 - 29
Joe FlaccoRavensJaguars402972.52145.300.025.021564.0W 19 - 17
Ben RoethlisbergerSteelersEagles442454.52575.800.012.343562.4L 3 - 34
Brock OsweilerTexansPatriots412458.51964.800.012.422160.6L 0 - 27
Blake BortlesJaguarsRavens382463.21945.125.337.942660.6L 17 - 19
Tyrod TaylorBillsCardinals251456.01194.800.014.043051.9W 33 - 18
Blaine Gabbert49ersSeahawks251456.01194.800.014.00051.9L 18 - 37
Cam NewtonPanthersVikings352160.02627.500.038.686447.6L 10 - 22
Marcus MariotaTitansRaiders331751.52146.500.026.11246.8L 10 - 17
Carson PalmerCardinalsBills502652.02875.700.048.052736.0L 18 - 33
Ryan FitzpatrickJetsChiefs442045.51884.300.0613.60018.2L 3 - 24

Jameis Winston, Oliver Luck, Blaine Gabbert & Alex Smith Worst Week Two Passers

By Chris Malumphy

Who would have thought that some of the worst passing performances in week two of the 2016 NFL season would be put up by Jameis Winston (quarterback rating of 39.2), Oliver Luck (64.3) and Alex Smith (68.1). While Blaine Gabbert (64.9) could be expected to be among the worst on any given Sunday (or Monday and Thursdays nowadays), the others are well-above average quarterbacks. Of course, their opponents last week do have pretty good defenses that can send any quarterback into a tailspin: Winston (Cardinals), Luck (Broncos), Gabbert (Panthers), Smith (Texans).

As a Browns loyalist, I was more than dismayed by the bogus taunting call on Terrelle Pryor near the end their game against Ravens game on Sunday. The Browns were threatening a game-winning drive, and Pryor had just made a catch that with a defensive holding penalty against the Ravens would have given the Browns a first down at about the 10 with 20 some seconds to go. Instead, the call against Pryor placed the ball back on the 30. At that point, Josh McCown's quarterback rating for the day stood at 95.8. The next play was a desperation toss into the end zone that was intercepted, dropping McCown's rating to 80.4 a 15.4 point drop. It never occurred to me before how just one play in a game in which a quarterback threw over 30 passes could change a quarterback's rating. It never occurred to me that a referee's call on a different play could influence that rating either. No excuses for a throw that didn't need to be made, but McCown played a gutsy game with a serious injury and the referee's call destroyed the Browns' chance at a victory. I'm sure McCown doesn't care a twit about his stats, but he played a heck of a game and it's a shame that his stats no longer reflect that.

2016 Week Two Passing Statistics
Philip RiversChargersJaguars241770.82209.2416.700313138.9W 38 - 14
Matt RyanFalconsRaiders342676.539611.638.812.917131.5W 35 - 28
Jimmy GaroppoloPatriotsDolphins271866.72348.7311.10000130.8W 31 - 24
Carson PalmerCardinalsBuccaneers311858.13089.939.70014124.1W 40 - 7
Sam BradfordVikingsPackers3122712869.226.500432121.2W 17 - 14
Ryan FitzpatrickJetsBills342470.63741112.90014116.5W 37 - 31
Derek CarrRaidersFalcons453475.62996.636.70010115L 28 - 35
Tyrod TaylorBillsJets3018602979.931013.300112.8L 31 - 37
Cam NewtonPanthers49ers4024603538.841012.510111.8W 46 - 27
EJ ManuelBillsJets111001010000000108.3L 31 - 37
Eli ManningGiantsSaints41327836890000215104.1W 16 - 13
Dak PrescottCowboysRedskins302273.32929.70000414103.7W 27 - 23
Marcus MariotaTitansLions332575.82387.226.113314102.8W 16 - 15
Jacoby BrissettPatriotsDolphins9666.79210.20000222100.2W 31 - 24
Ryan TannehillDolphinsPatriots453271.13898.624.424.40093.7L 24 - 31
Brian HoyerBearsEagles12975786.500000091.7L 14 - 29
Drew BreesSaintsGiants442965.9263612.30021689.5L 13 - 16
Carson WentzEaglesBears342161.81905.612.90021086.6W 29 - 14
Case KeenumRamsSeahawks3018602398000032085.3W 9 - 3
Russell WilsonSeahawksRams352262.92547.3000021584.7L 3 - 9
Andy DaltonBengalsSteelers543157.43666.811.9001084.3L 16 - 24
Kirk CousinsRedskinsCowboys462860.93647.912.212.221484L 23 - 27
Josh McCownBrownsRavens332060.62607.926.126.131880.4L 20 - 25
Trevor SiemianBroncosColts332266.72668.100131078.6W 34 - 20
Ben RoethlisbergerSteelersBengals371951.4259738.125.41978.5W 24 - 16
Blake BortlesJaguarsChargers5031623296.6242421077.8L 14 - 38
Jay CutlerBearsEagles171270.61579.20015.931574.9L 14 - 29
Matthew StaffordLionsTitans4022552606.512.512.542272.9L 15 - 16
Joe FlaccoRavensBrowns452555.63026.724.424.40072.6W 25 - 20
Aaron RodgersPackersVikings362055.62135.912.812.853370.7L 14 - 17
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