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  1. Flacco played well on the last drive, But he really wasn't elite all game. He missed a bunch of receivers and went to the wrong guy a few times. PFF supposedly doesn't give extra to QBs making throws they should make, so I wouldn't think the throw to Davis should count for all that much because he was wide open. Curious about the Sauce grade too. Feels like he wasn't beaten too bad all game, scores seem to be totally divorced from what happened in the game.
  2. O-Line wasn't good (but lots of injuries, so it's to be expected), but Darnold holds the ball for way too long now. Might be that the receivers aren't getting open (but I've seen some shots where there are receivers open but Darnold isn't seeing them). Feels like Darnold is overthinking and a bit gun-shy /shell shocked. I cannot believe Becton played last night. If he wasn't able to start, there is no way he should have been on the field. He's a rookie trying to help his team, and he shouldn't be the one letting the doctors and coaches know that he's too hurt to play. They knew enough not to start him. That and 0-4 start alone should be enough to move on from Gase. Darnold's regressing badly and getting no help from the coaches. The Jets are playing their injured rookies and their defense gave up 37 points to a 3rd string rookie qb who also threw 3 picks. Broncos punted one time and scored on 7 different drives. The Jets defense was worse than the Jets offense and honestly has been just as bad all season long in the first half. 1st half defense Bills: 3 TDs allowed, 2 Fumble recoveries 49ers: 3 TDs allowed, 1 punt forced Colts: 1 TD allowed, 1 Field Goal allowed, 1 Missed Field Goal, 1 punt forced (also 1 pick 6) Broncos: 2 TDs allowed, 1 field goal allowed, 1 interception The Jets have forced 2 first half punts through 4 games.
  3. Only Eli Manning has thrown more INTs in his first 5 games than Baker since 2000.
  4. Looked it up, I didn't know that it can enlarge your spleen and make far more susceptible to be ruptured.
  5. Could have he challenged it? Wasn't the play at the 2 minute warning? Also, the Jets got a first down after that, Loss of a time out could have been a big deal there. Edited: I see that this was asked and answered
  6. So.. your call is for him to best one of the best 3rd round or later pass rushers as a rookie since sacks became a statistic. That seems a bit optimistic
  7. As absurd as this thread is. It should be noted, the expectations shouldn't be that high. I looked up all 3rd round Front 7 picks since 2000. Of the 139 who played a game in their rookie season, - 16 had 3 sacks or more. - 7 had 5 sacks or more. The most was 8 for Ngakoue in 2016. I'm wonering what everone's expectation is for him in his rookie season
  8. I could be wrong, but I don't think the waiver wire works that way. I think the Jets are 3rd for every player until week 3 of the NFL season, then it goes by standings, but it's not like fantasy football where you go to back of the line after claiming a player. https://operations.nfl.com/updates/the-players/nfl-waiver-system-overview/
  9. Couple of random notes from being at practice, and I thought the miss was from 52, not 57, but I was low in the stands and might be a little harder to tell. He also knocked one in off the crossbar upright. I'm no KRL, but the only things I can really say that I saw is that - Darnold looks good in practice, crisp throws. Quick reads, and putting balls where only a WR or no one else can get it most of the day - The rest of the QBs do not. At one point Siemian was running around looking for someone, took a sack and then threw the ball, seemingly in frustration, but even that throw looked terrible. I know they are all backups, but it's alarming how inaccurate Siemian, Webb, and Falk look.
  10. Tableau Data for more details Through week 17 Sam Darnold remains now the 2nd or 3rd best rookie QB this season. Darnold finishes the year with a 77.6 QB Rating, while Lamar Jackson is higher, at 84.5. But Darnold has played in far more games and has started to look the part of franchise QB the past few weeks, despite a quiet week 17. 2018 NFL rookies compared: Baker Mayfield - 310-486 63.8%, 3,725 Yards 27 TDs 14 INTs (17 total turnovers), 7.7 YPA, 9.2 Yards per throw, 93.7 QB Rating (Ranked 5th of 40 Rookie QBs between Russell Wilson and Cody Kessler) - Lamar Jackson 99-170 58.2% 1,201 Yards, 6TDs 3 INTs (7 Total Turnovers), 7.1 YPA, 8.7 Yards per throw, 84.5 QB Rating - 147 Rushes 697 Yards, 5 TDs (10th of 40 rookie QBs between Cam Newton and Mike Glennon) Sam Darnold - 239-414 57.7%, 2,865 Yards 17 TDs 15 INTs (17 total turnovers), 6.9 YPA, 9.3 Yards per throw, 77.6 QB Rating (Ranked 18th of 40 Rookie QBs between EJ Manuel and Mitch Trubisky) Josh Allen - 169-320 52.8% 1,850 Yards 10 TDs 12 INTs (14 Total Turnovers) 6.5 YPA, 11.0 Yards per throw - 89 rushes 631 yards 8 TDs, 67.9 QB Rating (Ranked 30th of 40 Rookie QBs between CJ Bethard and Geno Smith) Josh Rosen - 217-393 55.2%, 2,278 Yards 11 TDs 14 INTs (19 Total Turnovers), 5.8 YPA, 8.3 Yards per throw, 66.7 QB Rating (Ranked 31st of 40 Rookie QBs between CJ Bethard and Geno Smith) Maybe I'll do a more full analysis. But Darnold Allen and Rosen finshised as the 3 lowest rated passers in the NFL this season. Darnold's final game was a bit of a disappointment, but I think on the whole, it was a successful season. One positive note to end on - Looking back over the last decade, Darnold had the 3rd best QB Rating (99.1) over the final quarter of the season. Every player in the top 10 is still having success in the NFL.
  11. Tableau Data for more details Through week 15 Sam Darnold is now right now the 2nd or 3rd best rookie QB this season. Darnold has a 72.8 QB Rating, while Lamar Jackson is far higher at 82.0. But Darnold has played in far more games and has started to look the part of franchise QB the past few weeks. 2018 NFL rookies compared: * Baker Mayfield - 260-407 63.9%, 3,065 Yards 21 TDs 11 INTs (14 total turnovers), 7.5 YPA, 9.1 Yards per throw, 92.6 QB Rating (Ranked 6th of 43 Rookie QBs between Colt McCoy and Cody Kessler) - Got to admit, it was a bit shocking to see to other Cleveland Browns rookies ranked 5th and 7th, just a coincidence, and neither played nearly as many snaps as Mayfield, but still. * Lamar Jackson 73-124 58.9% 818 Yards, 5TDs 3 INTs (6 Total Turnovers), 6.6 YPA, 8.8 Yards per throw, 82.0 QB Rating - 114 Rushes 568 Yards, 3 TDs (13th of 43 rookie QBs between Cam Newton and Andy Dalton) * Sam Darnold - 199-351 56.7%, 2,357 Yards 14 TDs 15 INTs (16 total turnovers), 6.7 YPA, 9.0 Yards per throw, 72.8 QB Rating (Ranked 26th of 43 Rookie QBs between Andrew Luck and Brandon Weeden) * Josh Rosen - 187-336 55.7%, 2,042 Yards 10 TDs 14 INTs (17 Total Turnovers), 6.1 YPA, 7.9 Yards per throw, 66.3 QB Rating (Ranked 31st of 43 Rookie QBs between CJ Bethard and Jared Goff) * Josh Allen - 132-253 52.2% 1,633 Yards 6 TDs 9 INTs (11Total Turnovers) 6.4 YPA, 11.5 Yards per throw - 75 rushes 506 yards 6 TDs, 65.5 QB Rating (Ranked 34th of 43 Rookie QBs between Blaine Gabbert and Bryce Petty) This comparison of all rookie QBs of the past 10 years, will continue to update all season. It's data and basic Tableau bar chart that can be sorted by season, week, quarter, and down/distance, you can also filter out QBs based on how many passes Josh Allen has the highest Yards Per Throw (Depth of throw) of any rookie QB in the last decade, by half a yard. Darnold has improved since returning from injury the last 2 weeks
  12. No. I need to make it more clear. It's air yards per throw. regardless of completion. It's how far downfield each throw is.
  13. Tableau Data for more details I took a break from doing this, due to Darnold's injury and the general malaise of the Jets season. However, wantedto update to see how all the rookie QBs compare now Through week 13 Sam Darnold is now right in the middle of the pack of the 2018 rookies with Josh Rosen and Josh Allen. Darnold has a 68.3 QB Rating, Rosen, 68.2, and Allen 66.4. Baker Mayfield, despite a bad week, remains the clear leader of 2018 rookies. 2018 NFL rookies compared: Baker Mayfield - 224-354 63.3%, 2,639 Yards 18 TDs 10 INTs (12 total turnovers), 7.5 YPA, 8.9 Air yards per throw, 91.1 QB Rating (Ranked 7th of 43 Rookie QBs between Cody Kessler and Mike Glennon) Lamar Jackson 46-77 59.7% 540 Yards, 2TDs 3 INTs (4 Total Turnovers), 7.0 YPA, 8.8 Air Yards per throw - 83 Rushes 402 Yards, 3 TDs (26th of 43 rookie QBs between Derek Carr and Nick Foles) Sam Darnold - 159-289 55.0%, 1,934 Yards 11 TDs 14 INTs (15 total turnovers), 6.7 YPA, 9.0 Air Yards per throw, 68.3 QB Rating (Ranked 31st of 43 Rookie QBs between CJ Bethard and Blaine Gabbert) Josh Rosen - 148-273 54.2%, 1,670 Yards 10 TDs 11 INTs (13 Total Turnovers), 6.1 YPA, 8.0 Air Yards per throw, 68.2 QB Rating (Ranked 32nd of 43 Rookie QBs between CJ Bethard and Blaine Gabbert) Josh Allen - 101-191 52.9% 1,223 Yards 5 TDs 7 INTs (8 Total Turnovers) 6.4 YPA, 11.5 Air Yards per throw - 57 rushes 389 yards 4 TDs, 66.2 QB Rating (Ranked 33rdd of 43 Rookie QBs between CJ Bethard and Blaine Gabbert) This comparison of all rookie QBs of the past 10 years, will continue to update all season. It's data and basic Tableau bar chart that can be sorted by season, week, quarter, and down/distance, you can also filter out QBs based on how many passes Josh Allen has the highest Air Yards Per Throw of any rookie QB in the last decade (how long the throw is, regardless of what happens after the ball is caught, or not). Allen, Rosen, and Darnold are so close in QB rating that they actually are current 31st, 32nd, and 33rd among eligible rookie QBs (that number was dropped to 75 passing attempts to include Lamar Jackson)
  14. - Tableau Data for more details Through week 9 Sam Darnold now drops behind Baker Mayfield and Josh Rosen, with a 68.3 QB Rating, ranking 22nd of 31 rookie QBs in QB rating through this point in the season (minimum of 90 passes thrown). His mid-season drop shares an uncanny drop in production to Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith’s 2nd half production 2018 NFL rookies compared: * Baker Mayfield - 159-265 60.0%, 1,768 Yards 10 TDs 7 INTs (8 total turnovers), 6.7 YPA, 81.5 QB Rating (Ranked 12th of 31 Rookie QBs between Mike Glennon and Derek Carr) * Josh Rosen - 94-169 55.6%, 1,072 Yards 5 TDs 6 INT (8 Total Turnovers), 6.3 YPA, 8.1 Yards per throw, 69.9 QB Rating (Ranked 22nd of 32 Rookie QBs between Geno Smith and Brandon Weeden) * Sam Darnold - 159-289 55.0%, 1,934 Yards 11 TDs 14 INTs (15 total turnovers), 6.7 YPA, 68.3 QB Rating (Ranked 22nd of 31 Rookie QBs between Geno Smith and Brandon Weeden) * Josh Allen - 75-139 54.0% 832 Yards 2 TDs 5 INTs (6 Total Turnovers) 6.0 YPA, 9.7 Yards per throw - 35 rushes 155 yards 3 TDs, 61.8 QB Rating (Ranked 27th of 31 Rookie QBs between Blaine Gabbert and Matthew Stafford) * Lamar Jackson 7-12 58.3% 87 Yards, 1TD - 28 Rushes 139 Yards, 1 TD This comparison of all rookie QBs of the past 10 years, will continue to update all season. It's data and basic Tableau bar chart that can be sorted by season, week, quarter, and down/distance, you can also filter out QBs based on how many passes Darnold 14 INTs through 9 games is the most by an NFL rookie since 1998 (Peyton Manning, 16). And the 2nd most since 1978. His 15 turnovers are 2nd only to Geno Smith in that timeframe.
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