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Seriously though, even against a bad team tonight he put up gawdy numbers. Had the bucs been able to keep the game relatively close (which I'm glad they didn't) he could have easily put up numbers equal to or better than the numbers he put up against the Saints game. He is still getting better in his 7th season. His old weaknesses, like fluttery deep balls and locking on to one target at times, are clearly things of the past.

Gotta give credit to Koetter and Tice too. The offense was clicking.

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Seriously though, even against a bad team tonight he put up gawdy numbers. Had the bucs been able to keep the game relatively close (which I'm glad they didn't) he could have easily put up numbers equal to or better than the numbers he put up against the Saints game. He is still getting better in his 7th season. His old weaknesses, like fluttery deep balls and locking on to one target at times, are clearly things of the past.

Gotta give credit to Koetter and Tice too. The offense was clicking.

he was locking onto players last week, but he is getting better

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Think of if he stayed in all game. He would have had 600 yards and 10 TD's. He may lead the league in a couple categories by the end of the year at this rate.

Looks like we could see him possibly break 5k this year.

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What does a guy have to do to attain a perfect passer rating? Why doesn't Ryan get the other 2.4?

QB rating is a complicated outdated formula that was created back in the 70s based on the league averages of those times. It seriously needs to be updated to the league averages of today's game.

But to answer your question, he needed more yards. His completion percentage and those 3 TD's and 0 INTs were both peaked with the way the QB rating formula works.

Had he had 300 yards passing instead of 286 with that high of a completion percentage and that high of a TD percentage he would have had a perfect 158.3 QB rating.

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QB rating is a complicated outdated formula that was created back in the 70s based on the league averages of those times. It seriously needs to be updated to the league averages of today's game.

But to answer your question, he needed more yards. His completion percentage and those 3 TD's and 0 INTs were both peaked with the way the QB rating formula works.

Had he had 300 yards passing instead of 286 with that high of a completion percentage and that high of a TD percentage he would have had a perfect 158.3 QB rating.

Is it yards or yards per attempt/yards per completion?

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According to QB rating this is Matt Ryan's best game ever.

2014 - 21/24 (87.5), 286 YDS (11.9), 3 TD, 0 INT, 155.9 QB Rating

His 3 highest QB ratings ever have come against the Bucs.

2013 - 20/26 (76.9%), 273 YDS (10.5), 3 TD, 0 INT, 148.4 QB Rating

2011 - 6/9 (66.7%), 106 YDS (11.8), 2 TD, 0 INT, 146.3 QB Rating

That is pretty sweet. Loving the new running Matt Ryan. He is extending plays like a monster.

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