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    EJ Manuel or Tyler Bray. The only two over 8 yards per completion.

    Yards Per Completion #1. EJ Manuel - 8.52, #2. Tyler Bray - 8.10, #3. Tyler Wilson - 7.87, #4. Matt Barkley - 7.85, #5. Landry Jones - 7.60,

    #6. Geno Smith - 7.52, #7. Zac Dysert - 7.12, #8. Ryan Nassib - 6.75, #9. Mike Glennon 6.52

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    Just another stat that Manuel leads in. Cue the haters.

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    there might be 4-5 QBs taken before either Bray or Manual...Barkley, Smith, Wilson, Dysert, Nassib, Glennon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bills1 View Post
    EJ Manuel or Tyler Bray. The only two over 8 yards per completion.

    Yards Per Completion #1. EJ Manuel - 8.52, #2. Tyler Bray - 8.10, #3. Tyler Wilson - 7.87, #4. Matt Barkley - 7.85, #5. Landry Jones - 7.60,

    #6. Geno Smith - 7.52, #7. Zac Dysert - 7.12, #8. Ryan Nassib - 6.75, #9. Mike Glennon 6.52
    Would you say that Rivers has the strongest arm in the NFL? Cause he lead that stat for a few years straight.

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    Im back on the Geno band wagon but we will see I just want a successful QB at this point

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    Interesting, I thought Glennon would be higher. How much of this YPA is YAC (yards after catch)? That is the question. It maybe his WR are making plays for him

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    Does this stat factor into YAC? If it includes YAC, then the stat is almost meaningless.

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    10.8, 9.4, 9.2, 9.2 ...can you tell me the QB who put of these yard per catch up at college?

    Hint...he can't even start for the Jets.
    How do I loathe Jon Bon Jovi, let me count the ways ....
    1. He wants to buy into the team and move it to Toronto, leaving THREE NFL Franchises in Florida and ZERO in New York.
    2. He's a Jets fan.
    3. He's friends with Bill Belichick.

    Seriously, why doesn't the league just kick us all where it counts and take a 15 yard penalty for taunting if they let Jon Bon Jovi and his highlights buy into our team.

    In 1987, Jon was all about Tommy and Gina. In 2014, Jon's all about Claude and Anais.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bills1 View Post
    EJ Manuel or Tyler Bray. The only two over 8 yards per completion.

    Yards Per Completion #1. EJ Manuel - 8.52, #2. Tyler Bray - 8.10, #3. Tyler Wilson - 7.87, #4. Matt Barkley - 7.85, #5. Landry Jones - 7.60,

    #6. Geno Smith - 7.52, #7. Zac Dysert - 7.12, #8. Ryan Nassib - 6.75, #9. Mike Glennon 6.52
    Where are you getting these stats? Making them up? Here are the correct ones.

    2012 yards per completion stats:

    1) Tyler Wilson - YPC: 13.6. YPA: 8.4
    2) Tyler Bray - YPC: 13.48. YPA: 8.0
    3) Barkley - YPC: 13.3. YPA: 8.5
    4) EJ Manuel - YPC: 12.91. YPA: 8.8
    5) Ryan Nassib - YPC: 12.75. YPA: 8.1
    6) Mike Glennon - YPC: 12.22. YPA: 7.1
    7) Landry Jones - YPC: 11.63. YPA: 7.7
    8) Zac Dysert - YPC: 11.53. YPA: 7.3
    9) Geno Smith - YPC: 11.4. YPA: 8.1


    If you're completing less than 10 yards per completion, you have issues. Kinda like the stats you posted.
    Last edited by jayryp80; 02-01-2013 at 06:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostoflosman View Post
    Would you say that Rivers has the strongest arm in the NFL? Cause he lead that stat for a few years straight.
    Strongest? No, but he's definitely top ten among starters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D2k View Post
    Just another stat that Manuel leads in. Cue the haters.
    He's 4th out of the ones he listed. However his YPA is a pretty darn good 8.8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayryp80 View Post
    Where are you getting these stats? Making them up? Here are the correct ones.

    2012 yards per completion stats:

    1) Tyler Wilson - YPC: 13.6. YPA: 8.4
    2) Tyler Bray - YPC: 13.48. YPA: 8.0
    3) Barkley - YPC: 13.3. YPA: 8.5
    4) EJ Manuel - YPC: 12.91. YPA: 8.8
    5) Ryan Nassib - YPC: 12.75. YPA: 8.1
    6) Mike Glennon - YPC: 12.22. YPA: 7.1
    7) Landry Jones - YPC: 11.63. YPA: 7.7
    8) Zac Dysert - YPC: 11.53. YPA: 7.3
    9) Geno Smith - YPC: 11.4. YPA: 8.1


    If you're completing less than 10 yards per completion, you have issues. Kinda like the stats you posted.
    Thanks for posting these! I was so confused when I saw the YPC from the first post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steckmeister03 View Post
    Strongest? No, but he's definitely top ten among starters.
    Are you being serious?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spillz28 View Post
    Thanks for posting these! I was so confused when I saw the YPC from the first post.
    Not sure if it's some sabermetric number he found on a website, but they are WAAAAY off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayryp80 View Post
    He's 4th out of the ones he listed. However his YPA is a pretty darn good 8.8.
    Not only is it good, it is far more telling of a QBs success compared to YPC. Wouldn't want a QB to go 1/10 for 20 yards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayryp80 View Post
    Not sure if it's some sabermetric number he found on a website, but they are WAAAAY off.
    They're correct for the 2012 season, not college career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayryp80 View Post
    Where are you getting these stats? Making them up? Here are the correct ones.

    2012 yards per completion stats:

    1) Tyler Wilson - YPC: 13.6. YPA: 8.4
    2) Tyler Bray - YPC: 13.48. YPA: 8.0
    3) Barkley - YPC: 13.3. YPA: 8.5
    4) EJ Manuel - YPC: 12.91. YPA: 8.8
    5) Ryan Nassib - YPC: 12.75. YPA: 8.1
    6) Mike Glennon - YPC: 12.22. YPA: 7.1
    7) Landry Jones - YPC: 11.63. YPA: 7.7
    8) Zac Dysert - YPC: 11.53. YPA: 7.3
    9) Geno Smith - YPC: 11.4. YPA: 8.1


    If you're completing less than 10 yards per completion, you have issues. Kinda like the stats you posted.
    THANK YOU!!!! This is an idiotic thread and its poster deserves a ban for being a big fat liar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThereIsNoDog View Post
    They're correct for the 2012 season, not college career.
    Uh... no, no they aren't. Nassib, for instance, in 2012, threw for 8 YPA, not 6.5 like the OP suggests.

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    both are backups and nothing more !

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