Bill Brasky Posted September 19, 2012 Share Posted September 19, 2012 Ok, I've looked at the highlights of the game where Charlie Batch received the only perfect rating in total QBR in history, and I've decided the stat is even more useless than I thought.His first pass of the game went straight to Talib for a pick....which should make a QB ineligible for a perfect rating in any system right?Then, two of his three TDs were bombs thrown into double coverage where his WR just happened to come down with the ball.Yeah.....I'm done with the QBR lol. I saw Aaron Rodgers play 10 games last year better than that one played by Charlie batch against the Buccaneers.If you look at the stat lines from Palmer and Vicks game (2 and 3) you'll see how ridiculous those performances were. If you look at the expanded QBR numbers you'll see that they are better than Charlie Batch's "100" game. Isn't it possible that it is just an error on the site that needs to be fixed? Because it seems odd that it would be higher than those two games looking at the numbers they use.Also, Aaron Rodgers has the highest QBR for a season (2011) of any quarterback in history, just because he doesn't have one of the individual highest games, doesn't mean that he isn't getting his QBR respect. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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