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Noodle Arm edition: Last three years top 3 QB rankings.

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No opinions, no hype, just the QB production on the field from 2016-2018. 

Touch downs: 

1. Noodle Arm 93 TD / 28 Int

2. Phillip Rivers 93 TD / 43 Int.

3. Drew Brees 92 TD / 28 Int.

Yards:

1. Noodle Arm: 13963 Yards

2. Drew Brees: 13534 Yards

3. Kirk Cousins: 13308 Yards.

Y/A 

1. Noodle Arm : 8.36

2. Drew Brees: 7.97

3. Philip Rivers: 7.95

NFL QB Rating: 

1. Noodle Arm: 106.4 

2. Drew Brees: 105.7

3. Tom Brady: 103.5

Comp %:

1. Drew Brees: 71.91%

2. Noodle Arm: 68.04%

3. Kirk Cousins : 67.24%

The Noodle Arm Guy was the sixth most sacked QB in the NFL with 103 sacks compared to Brees 64 and Brady 71. Will noodle arm continue getting better with good OL? 

 

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2 minutes ago, Osiruz said:

MR2 been underrated lately, glad we finally went out and got him a decent OL.

Some knowledgeable media members actually acknowledge who good he is, but in general yes he is still fairly underrated. 

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39 minutes ago, Sui_Generis said:

When he retires and hangs em up..... Football fans and media alike will then understand how good he was. 

His numbers will speak for themselves. 

I've said it a dozen times on this board. They're going to miss him when he's gone. But a lot of fans on this board weren't  around here for the days of Joey Harrington Byron Leftwich, Etc. Doug Johnson LOL.

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5 minutes ago, red falcon said:

If matt declines physically develop the offense around him. We are lucky to have him

The great thing about Ryan is he does not and never had relied on any physical attributes to succeed. Should mean he can play well into his 40's

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18 minutes ago, red falcon said:

If matt declines physically develop the offense around him. We are lucky to have him

 

11 minutes ago, MAD597 said:

The great thing about Ryan is he does not and never had relied on any physical attributes to succeed. Should mean he can play well into his 40's

The only concern is he took way too many hits for years now. They better get him line like Brady and Brees.

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1 minute ago, falcons007 said:

 

The only concern is he took way too many hits for years now. They better get him line like Brady and Brees.

Haha yeah we dont know how many gumby mr fantastic days he has left 

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3 minutes ago, falcons007 said:

 

The only concern is he took way too many hits for years now. They better get him line like Brady and Brees.

Haha yeah we dont know how many gumby mr fantastic days he has left

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3 minutes ago, falcons007 said:

 

The only concern is he took way too many hits for years now. They better get him line like Brady and Brees.

If Ryan will stop taking sacks and just throw the ball away on busted plays he could be a decent qb one day :ninja:

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23 minutes ago, falcons007 said:

 

The only concern is he took way too many hits for years now. They better get him line like Brady and Brees.

Bart?......... Bart? Is that you?

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21 minutes ago, Falcons_Frenzy said:

Matt Ryan is the man. 

Noticed the Colts just signed Chad Kelly.. If we could put Ryans brain in Kelly or Kelly's arm on Ryan we'd be 400-0.. Chad Kelly has a heIl of a arm, hes just a idiot 

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3 hours ago, octoslash said:

I've said it a dozen times on this board. They're going to miss him when he's gone. But a lot of fans on this board weren't  around here for the days of Joey Harrington Byron Leftwich, Etc. Doug Johnson LOL.

OMG that guy... wouldn't throw more than a 6 yd pass the entire game. Somehow we won 5 or 6 games with that gorgon's butt of a QB. How, I will never know.

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that jake locker trade talk never gets old. old jakey only lasted 4 seasons

only threw for a total of 4967 yds in his career, and a career total 27 tds to 22 ints. his highest comp percentage ever was around 60 percent for the yr lol. his avg for his career was 57 percent

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7 hours ago, slickgadawg said:

Ryan is good but the national media looks at him like this:

Image result for matt ryan and dan marino no super bowl

Marino is not bad company to be in. Had he had a running game he would’ve had a ring. Hassleback shouldn’t be in this picture with Matt and Dan. 

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6 hours ago, Lornoth said:

Both Ryan and Rivers are severely underrated in general. Rivers has had even worse teams around him than Ryan, too. 

What? Chargers have been loaded for a decade with terrible coaching 

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1 hour ago, NeonDeion said:

What? Chargers have been loaded for a decade with terrible coaching 

not that o line of theres it was also pretty bad

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Ryan has had an average line only a few times in his career. MR2 puts up insane numbers surpassing or comparable to HOF QBs with Fortresses for O-lines (Brady/Brees). We might not have even seen MR2's best now that our line has the makings of being above average to superior.

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