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  1. RazorStar

    Razor's QB Rankings 2019

    Well it's another week down, and we're starting to see some patterns forming. The top 3-5 or so are starting to get set in stone with great performance week after week, and it is truly looking like the age of the dual threat QB, with Russell Wilson, Mahomes, Watson, Prescott and Jackson securing the top 5 spots. However as expected, as the rest of the league drops off with poor performances, you can see Tom Brady is slowly trying to sneak his way into the top 5 once again. Matt Ryan had an incredible performance, only to see it wasted by his defense. I'm sure if I looked at the boost the Falcons defense was giving players over the season it'd measure out as the worst defense this season. Kirk Cousins slaughtered the Eagles to jump 9 spots, Kyler torched the Dirty Birds to move up 7 spots, and Josh Allen rode the bye week to jump up 5 whole spots. On the flip side we had quite a few drops. Matt Stafford was disparaged by the offense kicking nothing but field goals on monday night to drop 6, The Saints had all of the answers for Gardner Minshew as he dropped to the middle of the pack. Jameis Winston threw 5 picks and had a fumble in a London Loss to the Panthers, and Daniel Jones kept his downward slide going against the vaunted Patriots Defense. Week 6 QB Rankings: 1. Russell Wilson 6 2. Patrick Mahomes 24 (+1) 3. Deshaun Watson 30 (-1) 4. Dak Prescott 31 5. Lamar Jackson 38 6. Matt Ryan 41 (+6) 7. Tom Brady 44 (+1) 8. Kirk Cousins 47 (+9) 9. Mason Rudolph 51 10. Jimmy Garoppolo 54 (-3) 11. Jacoby Brissett 57 (+2) 12. Matthew Stafford 58 (-6) 13. Carson Wentz 58 (+2) 14. Teddy Bridgewater 58 (-3) 15. Derek Carr 59 (-1) 16. Gardner Minshew 65 (-6) 17. Aaron Rodgers 66 (+4) 18. Philip Rivers 67 (-2) 19. Kyle Allen 67 (+1) 20. Kyler Murray 69 (+7) 21. Case Keenum 70 (-1) 22. Joe Flacco 85 (+2) 23. Marcus Mariota 85 (-5) 24. Josh Allen 89 (+5) 25. Jameis Winston 90 (-6) 26. Mitch Trubisky 91 27. Jared Goff 97 (-2) 28. Daniel Jones 100 (-5) 29. Eli Manning 103 (+1) 30. Andy Dalton 103 (-2) 31. Cam Newton 105 32. Baker Mayfield 109 33. Josh Rosen 127
  2. RazorStar

    TGP PICKEM WEEK 7

    Thursday Chiefs at Broncos SUNDAY Rams at Falcons Dolphins at Bills Jaguars at Bengals Vikings at Lions Raiders at Packers Texans at Colts Cardinals at Giants 49ers at Redskins Chargers at Titans Saints at Bears Ravens at Seahawks Eagles at Cowboys MONDAY Patriots at Jets point total: 48
  3. RazorStar

    TGP PICKEM WEEK 6

    SUNDAY Panthers at Bucs Seahawks at Cleveland Texans at Chiefs Redskins at Dolphins Eagles at Vikings Saints at Jaguars Bengals at Ravens Niners at Rams Falcons at Cardinals Titans at Broncos Cowboys at Jets Steelers at Chargers MONDAY Lions at Packers Total Points: 9
  4. RazorStar

    Razor's QB Rankings 2019

    Anyway, I didn't feel like making a new topic for it, but I've been working on something on the side. I wanted to create a metric that determined how effective offenses were with a certain person under center. Drives can only end so many different ways. A Touchdown, a field goal attempt, a punt, a turnover, a turnover on downs, the end of a half or a safety. I wanted to see just how often those circumstances came up depending on who was playing. Which offenses were punt prone? Which quarterbacks were the unluckiest, and which QB's turned it over the most by their own design? It's still a very rough idea, but so far, I've come up with this. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dN5KoykXE7sk6QqngBysr58SKGpo8Y30h99_pDpV3qg/edit?usp=sharing The weighting for success rate is basically: Touchdowns = 1, Field Goals = 0.5, Missed Field Goals = -0.5, Punts = -0.5, QB Turnover = -1, Turnover on Downs = -1, Safety = -2, And turnovers by other skill positions or kneel down situations at end of halves were not counted towards it. Some interesting things to note, at least early on: Jimmy G has had the worst luck so far, having 8 of his 49 drives end on either missed field goals, or turnovers by other skill position players. Despite that, he's been one of the more successful operators otherwise. Luke Falk is the king of punts, having 2/3rds of his drives end in such a fashion. The other players with at least 5 drives a game with over half their drives ending in punts are Marcus Mariota (56.36%), Mitch Trubisky (53.33%), and Aaron Rodgers (50.88%) A success rate of 0% according to this, isn't the middle of the pack. It's probably a matter of the way my weighting system is designed, but the average actually tends to be around -5% or so.
  5. RazorStar

    TGP PICKEM WEEK 6

    Patriots for Thursday
  6. RazorStar

    Razor's QB Rankings 2019

    Uncle Rico stops for no man.
  7. RazorStar

    Razor's QB Rankings 2019

    So... one week performances still mean a lot this early on. There was a lot of movement this week, and we have a new number one QB in the mix. If I can recall, this is the first time Dangeruss has ever been number one on my efficiency rankings, he usually just skirted the top 5-10 most of the time. Deshaun Watson has taken a spot above Patrick Mahomes, and Matthew Stafford jumped 7 spots by virtue of having a bye week. Week 5 QB Rankings 1. Russell Wilson 7 (+1) 2. Deshaun Watson 26 (+15) 3. Patrick Mahomes 28 (-2) 4. Dak Prescott 30 (-1) 5. Lamar Jackson 45 (-1) 6. Matthew Stafford 48 (+7) 7. Jimmy Garoppolo 49 (+3) 8. Tom Brady 49 (+3) 9. Mason Rudolph 49 (-4) 10. Gardner Minshew 52 (-2) 11. Teddy Bridgewater 55 (+12) 12. Matt Ryan 56 (+3) 13. Jacoby Brissett 57 (-4) 14. Derek Carr 62 (+4) 15. Carson Wentz 64 (-1) 16. Philip Rivers 65 (-10) 17. Kirk Cousins 67 (+9) 18. Marcus Mariota 70 (-2) 19. Jameis Winston 73 (+1) 20. Kyle Allen 73 (-8) 21. Aaron Rodgers 75 (-2) 22. Case Keenum 80 (-1) 23. Daniel Jones 81 (-16) 24. Joe Flacco 84 (-2) 25. Jared Goff 87 (-1) 26. Mitch Trubisky 87 (-1) 27. Kyler Murray 89 (+3) 28. Andy Dalton 96 (+3) 29. Josh Allen 97 (-2) 30. Eli Manning 103 (-2) 31. Cam Newton 105 (+1) 32. Baker Mayfield 112 (-3) 33. Josh Rosen 126 (+1) 34. Luke Falk 133 (NR)
  8. RazorStar

    Trump Regime thread.

    So, Trump has basically just betrayed the Kurds and allied with Erdogan. Congrats on becoming a rogue nation, America.
  9. RazorStar

    TGP PICKEM WEEK 6

    week 5 isn't even done yet
  10. RazorStar

    TGP Pickem week 5

    Rams at Seahawks Cardinals at Bengals Bills at Titans Bears at Raiders Buccaneers at Saints Vikings at Giants Jets at Eagles Ravens at Steelers Patriots at Redskins Jaguars at Panthers Falcons at Texans Broncos at Chargers Packers at Cowboys Colts at Chiefs Browns at 49ers
  11. RazorStar

    Razor's QB Rankings 2019

    Week 4 QB Rankings: 1. Patrick Mahomes 15 2. Russell Wilson 17 (+2) 3. Dak Prescott 20 (-1) 4. Lamar Jackson 25 (+1) 5. Mason Rudolph 47 (+21) 6. Philip Rivers 50 (+7) 7. Daniel Jones 50 (NR) 8. Gardner Minshew 51 (-2) 9. Jacoby Brissett 52 (-2) 10. Jimmy Garoppolo 53 11. Tom Brady 53 (-8) 12. Kyle Allen 55 (NR) 13. Matthew Stafford 59 (-2) 14. Carson Wentz 60 15. Matt Ryan 66 (-3) 16. Marcus Mariota 66 (+6) 17. Deshaun Watson 66 (-9) 18. Derek Carr 66 (-2) 19. Aaron Rodgers 69 20. Jameis Winston 73 (+4) 21. Case Keenum 79 (-6) 22. Joe Flacco 83 (+3) 23. Teddy Bridgewater 84 (-5) 24. Jared Goff 88 (-1) 25. Mitch Trubisky 91 (+2) 26. Kirk Cousins 93 (-9) 27. Josh Allen 97 (-7) 28. Eli Manning 97 29. Baker Mayfield 99 (+3) 30. Kyler Murray 102 (-1) 31. Andy Dalton 107 (-10) 32. Cam Newton 109 (-1) 33. Ben Roeth 113 34. Josh Rosen 125 There are still quite a few dramatic moves this early in the season, as a lot of the players in the top 5 or so had their worst games of the fledgling season. Brady, Dalton, Cousins and DeShaun Watson are the big droppers this week, while Mason Rudolph, Philip Rivers and Marcus Mariota surge ahead a few spots in their absence. Daniel Jones and Kyle Allen also make their first appearances on this list, as Brees, Fitzpatrick and Luke Falk take a temporary reprieve from the rankings. The real question on everyone's minds is how long can Gardner Minshew stay among the top 10?
  12. RazorStar

    17-Game schedule. Let's go.

    time to bitch about 10-7 making the playoffs now.
  13. RazorStar

    TGP Pickem week 4

    SUNDAY Titans Patriots Chiefs Raiders Dolphins Redskins Browns Texans Buccaneers Seahawks Bears Jags Cowboys MNF: Bengals
  14. RazorStar

    TGP Pickem week 4

    Packers for now.
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