Jump to content

My Qb Is Awesome-You Guys Need 2B Grateful-Sry For The Formating


Recommended Posts

http://www.thefalcoholic.com/2015/3/23/8272903/matt-ryan-stats-rankings-and-milestones

Matt Ryan: Stats, rankings and milestones you never knew

By Dave Choate @TheFalcoholic on Mar 23, 2015, 12:00p 36

Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Analysts Ryan Michael breaks down interesting stats about the Falcons' franchise quarterback.

Tweet Share on Twitter Share Share on Facebook Pin Pinterest 36 Comments ⋆ Rec Recommend this Post 1

By: Ryan Michael

Pro Football Analyst

Published: March 21st, 2015

After starting his career with five consecutive winning seasons (2008-12), the perception of Matt Ryans ascension has since tapered off. Backed by the NFLs 27th ranked scoring defense in 2013 and 2014, the Atlanta Falcons have only won (10) games over the past two seasons. Has Ryan regressed as a passer, or has his individual output exceed that of his supporting cast?

In the history of the NFL, only two quarterbacks have ever strung together (3) or more consecutive seasons with 4,500+ passing yards, 25+ touchdown passes, while maintaining a completion percentage above 66.0. The first was Peyton Manning, whose streak has continued for (5) consecutive seasons (2009-10, 2012-14). The other is Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan.

In 2012: Ryan was backed by the NFLs 5th ranked scoring defense, the Falcons boasted a league-best 13-3 record, as Ryan broke Falcons franchise marks for passing yardage (4,719), touchdown passes (32) and completion-percentage (68.6).

While his detractors preached that had yet to win a playoff game, Ryans Falcons became the first, and only, team to defeated the Seahawks famed "Legion of Boom" in the postseason, when healthy (see: Tom Brady, Super Bowl XLIX vs. injured Sherman, Thomas and Chancellor).

Ryans 90.5 postseason QBR (2012) is the highest mark in QBR history dating back to 2006.

In the 2012 NFC Championship game vs. the 49ers 2nd ranked pass-defense (NY/A), Ryan recorded the highest single-game QBR in championship game history and still lost.

Had the Falcons defense not allowed Colin Kaepernick to record the second highest total QBR in championship game history, the Falcons might have advanced to Super Bowl XLVII.

Things would only get worse for Ryan in the team-support department. The Falcons ranked 27th in points-surrendered in 2013 and 2014 giving up a horrendous 26.9 points per-game. Their rushing-offense ranked 32nd (dead last) in 2013 averaging only 77.9 yards per-game.

In 2013, Ryan completed 439 passes the 7th highest single-season mark in NFL history at the time and the most ever for a quarterback supported by the NFLs least productive rushing attack. Ryans 415 completions in 2014 ranked 2nd in the NFL ahead of Roethlisberger (408), Peyton Manning (395), Luck (380), Brady (373) and Rodgers (341).

Ryan holds the NFL record for most completions in the first (7) years of a quarterbacks career.

Ryan also has the second most passing yards in the first (7) seasons of a quarterbacks career.

Using the QBS2 multigenerational grading system that combines league ranking in QBR, DVOA and passer rating, Ryan ranks high above many members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Ryan Michael is a Pro Football Analyst and creator of the QBS multigenerational grading system.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Awards and honors[edit]

NCAA[edit]

First-team All-ACC selection (2006)

Manning Award (2007)

Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (2007)

  • First-team All-America by AFCA (2007)

ACC Player of the Year (2007)

First-team All-ACC selection (2007)

6x ACC Player of the week (2007)

NFL[edit]

Rookie of the Year by Sporting News[57] (2008)

NEXT Athlete award (ESPN the Magazine) (2009)

NFC Player of the Month (November 2010)[59]

Falcons franchise records[edit]

  • Only Falcons QB to lead the team to an 8-0 start [60]

  • Most Wins in a Regular Season by a Starting QB: 13 (2010 and 2012)[61]

Most Passing Yards in a Single Season: 4,719 (2012)[61]

Fewest Interceptions in a Regular Season by Starting QB — 9 (2010) (16 starts)[61]

Best Career Quarterback Rating for Starting QB: 91.1[61]

Most 4th Quarter Comeback Wins in a Single Season: 5 (2010) (tied with Steve B

Link to comment
Share on other sites

http://www.thefalcoholic.com/2015/3/23/8272903/matt-ryan-stats-rankings-and-milestones

Matt Ryan: Stats, rankings and milestones you never knew By Dave Choate @TheFalcoholic on Mar 23, 2015, 12:00p

USA TODAY Sports Analysts Ryan Michael breaks down interesting stats about the Falcons' franchise quarterback.

By: Ryan Michael Pro Football Analyst Published: March 21st, 2015

After starting his career with five consecutive winning seasons (2008-12), the perception of Matt Ryans ascension has since tapered off. Backed by the NFLs 27th ranked scoring defense in 2013 and 2014, the Atlanta Falcons have only won (10) games over the past two seasons. Has Ryan regressed as a passer, or has his individual output exceed that of his supporting cast?

In the history of the NFL, only two quarterbacks have ever strung together (3) or more consecutive seasons with 4,500+ passing yards, 25+ touchdown passes, while maintaining a completion percentage above 66.0. The first was Peyton Manning, whose streak has continued for (5) consecutive seasons (2009-10, 2012-14). The other is Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan.

In 2012: Ryan was backed by the NFLs 5th ranked scoring defense, the Falcons boasted a league-best 13-3 record, as Ryan broke Falcons franchise marks for passing yardage (4,719), touchdown passes (32) and completion-percentage (68.6). While his detractors preached that had yet to win a playoff game, Ryans Falcons became the first, and only, team to defeated the Seahawks famed "Legion of Boom" in the postseason, when healthy (see: Tom Brady, Super Bowl XLIX vs. injured Sherman, Thomas and Chancellor). Ryans 90.5 postseason QBR (2012) is the highest mark in QBR history dating back to 2006.

In the 2012 NFC Championship game vs. the 49ers 2nd ranked pass-defense (NY/A), Ryan recorded the highest single-game QBR in championship game history and still lost. Had the Falcons defense not allowed Colin Kaepernick to record the second highest total QBR in championship game history, the Falcons might have advanced to Super Bowl XLVII. Things would only get worse for Ryan in the team-support department. The Falcons ranked 27th in points-surrendered in 2013 and 2014 giving up a horrendous 26.9 points per-game. Their rushing-offense ranked 32nd (dead last) in 2013 averaging only 77.9 yards per-game.

In 2013, Ryan completed 439 passes the 7th highest single-season mark in NFL history at the time and the most ever for a quarterback supported by the NFLs least productive rushing attack. Ryans 415 completions in 2014 ranked 2nd in the NFL ahead of Roethlisberger (408), Peyton Manning (395), Luck (380), Brady (373) and Rodgers (341). Ryan holds the NFL record for most completions in the first (7) years of a quarterbacks career. Ryan also has the second most passing yards in the first (7) seasons of a quarterbacks career. Using the QBS2 multigenerational grading system that combines league ranking in QBR, DVOA and passer rating, Ryan ranks high above many members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Ryan Michael is a Pro Football Analyst and creator of the QBS multigenerational grading system.

Was that so hard?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

http://espn.go.com/nfl/qbr/_/year/0/seasontype/3/type/alltime-game

All the highest QBR's in playoff history. Notice that the first 17 QBR's were all winning games, except 1. I think that says a lot about just how subpar our team really is and how much Matt Ryan has contributed to making this team even moderately respectful.

Edited by likeriver
Link to comment
Share on other sites

http://espn.go.com/nfl/qbr/_/year/0/seasontype/3/type/alltime-game

All the highest QBR's in playoff history. Notice that the first 17 QBR's were all winning games, except 1. I think that says a lot about just how subpar our team really is and how much Matt Ryan has contributed to making this team even moderately respectful.

lmao at 3 @ATL in the top 20

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Yes it actually was. I wanted to read it, but being busy with real life I myself couldn't stop and format it so I could.

I appreciate you doing it, but I would have a lot more if you did it without the tude. lol

The phrase, "but being busy with real life I myself couldn't stop and format it" followed up by you expressing disdain for my 'tude...arrogant at best, ignorant at worst...downright snot-nosed either way.

Note my s/n. I just didn't pull that combo of letters and numbers out of a hat. 8 years, Marine Corps infantry. I do everything with "'tude," as you put it, which is not completely unrelated to the fact that I'm still alive today.

But thanks, big guy. Thanks for your service. On an internet message board...tough gig lol.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

The phrase, "but being busy with real life I myself couldn't stop and format it" followed up by you expressing disdain for my 'tude...arrogant at best, ignorant at worst...downright snot-nosed either way.

Note my s/n. I just didn't pull that combo of letters and numbers out of a hat. 8 years, Marine Corps infantry. I do everything with "'tude," as you put it, which is not completely unrelated to the fact that I'm still alive today.

But thanks, big guy. Thanks for your service. On an internet message board...tough gig lol.

There are a lot of guys on here that have served. Stop being a ****.

Edited by Lcarpetron Dookmarriot
Link to comment
Share on other sites

There are a lot of guys on here that have served. Stop being a ****.

Well that's a blatant COC violation. So...mods act snarky to posters and ignore blatant COC violations? Regular wild west pony show here.

And for the record, I only brought up my service in reference to a moderator's unprovoked personal attack on me and my character.

Nice name calling btw. I remember the days when I couldn't craft an adequate response myself. The teen years are hard ones. It will get better.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

 Share

×
×
  • Create New...