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Are We To Believe Charley Casserly? That Wilson is the #14 QB?

Every human being has differing opinions, and they each have their own way of perceiving things. Almost never are two opinions exactly the same. There is no doubt that these differing opinions are carried over into the football world. Some opinionated people in today’s NFL world think that throwing for 5000+ yards is the defining measure of whether a QB is successful or not. For them, if you only average 4000 yards a season, there is no way you are good enough to be considered an elite QB. If you average 3000 yards per season, you're not even part of the conversation. Could someone please explain to me why Joe Montana, who NEVER even threw for 4000 yards in a season, and who only averaged 2700 yards per year in his 15 seasons, is to this day considered to be one of the greatest QB's of all time? Is it possible that because Joe has FOUR rings, those rings diminish some of his shortcomings? Or is it because some people are of the opinion that SB rings are the true measure of a quarterback's greatness? Or is it because Montana was such an efficient game manager? These are some of the most daunting questions in the football world today.

I am going to compare Russell Wilson’s stats to those of other current QB's who are considered to be in the Top 15-20 of all QB's over the last two seasons. Hopefully I’ll be able to use these stats to explain why I think Wilson deserves more credit/respect than he gets. I characterize QB stats into two types: first are stats that I term "QUANTITY STATS"; the second type are stats that I call "QUALITY/EFFICIENCY STATS". I have classified the "Quantity Stats" into six categories: passing yards, completions/attempts, passing touchdowns, interceptions thrown, 4th Quarter comebacks, and game-winning drives. I have classified the "Quality/Efficiency Stats" into 5 categories: completion percentage, average yards per attempt, percentage of TD’s per attempts, percentage of interceptions per attempts, and passer rating. Two seasons do not measure an entire career, but evaluating ONLY the last 2 seasons gives a better indication of the realistic trending of stats of individual QB’s. Obviously 1999 has little if anything to do with 2013, or 2014 for that matter. I guess the superior performance of a QB in 2005 doesn’t equate to that QB doing well in 2013…I mean, the guy might not be so hot today. Let’s see if we can learn anything here.

PASSING YARDS (ranked by total passing yards for 2012 & 2013)

2012 2013 Total

1. Drew Brees- 5177 5162 10339
2. Peyton Manning- 4659 5477 10136
3. Matthew Stafford- 4967 4647 9614
4. Matt Ryan- 4719 4515 9234
5. Tom Brady- 4827 4343 9170
6. Tony Romo- 4903 3844 8747
7. Carson Palmer- 4018 4274 8292
8. Andrew Luck- 4374 3822 8196
9. Philip Rivers- 3606 4478 8084
10. Andy Dalton- 3669 4294 7963
11. Eli Manning- 3948 3818 7766
12. Joe Flacco- 3817 3912 7719
13. Ben Roethlisberger- 3265 4276 7541
14. Cam Newton- 3869 3379 7248
15. Ryan Tannehill- 3294 3913 7207
16. Aaron Rodgers- 4295 2536 6831
17. Russell Wilson- 3118 3357 6475
18. Robert Griffin- 3195 3203 6398
19. Matt Schaub- 4008 2310 6318
20. Colin Kaepernick- 1814 3197 5011
21. Nick Foles- 1699 2891 4590

Evaluating the proficiency of a QB using only passing yardage is silly. Maybe because of laziness, or maybe even because of Fantasy Football, a lot of football "analysts" use passing yardage as the ultimate measuring tool to assess the achievements of a QB in a given time frame. Of course if that was the only TRUE measuring stick, guys like Joe Montana never would have made it to the Hall of Fame.

Let’s take a look at one of the top yardage QB’s and see how he measures up against Russell Wilson. I’m just randomly going to choose Matthew Stafford. WOW!!! Stafford is 2nd in passing yards in 2012 and 3rd in 2013. Only Drew Brees and Peyton Manning threw for more yards in the last couple of years.

So let’s see; I’m going to cheat and skip ahead for a minute. Wilson’s completion percentage is 63.6% while Stafford’s is only 59.2%. Wilson has thrown 52 TD passes over the last 2 seasons, and Stafford has only thrown 49…not a very big difference, but if you consider that Stafford has attempted 1361 passes during those 2 years, and Wilson has only thrown 800 passes, that’s crazy. Even though Stafford threw for almost 10,000 yards, and Wilson barely surpassed 6000 yards, Wilson threw more TD passes. That’s amazing!

COMPLETIONS PER ATTEMPTS (ranked by total attempts for 2012 & 2013)

2012 2013 Total

1. Matthew Stafford- 435/727 371/634 806/1361
2. Drew Brees- 422/670 446/650 868/1320
3. Matt Ryan- 422/615 439/651 861/1266
4. Tom Brady- 401/638 380/628 781/1266
5. Peyton Manning- 400/583 450/659 850/1242
6. Andrew Luck- 339/627 343/570 682/1197
7. Tony Romo- 425/648 342/535 767/1183
8. Joe Flacco- 317/531 362/614 679/1145
9. Carson Palmer- 345/565 362/572 707/1137
10. Andy Dalton- 329/528 363/586 692/1114
11. Eli Manning- 321/536 317/551 638/1087
12. Ryan Tannehill- 282/484 355/588 637/1072
13. Philip Rivers- 338/527 378/544 716/1071
14. Ben Roethlisberger- 284/449 375/584 659/1033
15. Cam Newton- 280/485 292/473 572/958
16. Matt Schaub- 350/544 219/358 569/902
17. Robert Griffin- 257/392 274/456 531/848
18. Aaron Rodgers- 371/552 193/290 564/842
19. Russell Wilson- 252/393 257/407 509/800
20. Colin Kaepernick- 136/218 243/416 379/634
21. Nick Foles- 161/265 203/317 364/582

Wow! Of the QB’s in my study, Wilson is ranked 19th in pass completions AND attempts. How is it possible that he’s thrown more TD passes than half of the guys who are ranked higher than him on this list? Hmmm…weird! Well, if you believe the experts, maybe the Seattle Seahawks defense is sneaking onto the field and throwing all of those TD passes for him.

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (ranked by total completion % for 2012 & 2013)

2012 2013 Total

1. Peyton Manning- 68.6 68.3 68.4
2. Matt Ryan- 68.6 67.4 68
3. Aaron Rodgers- 67.2 66.6 67
4. Philip Rivers- 64.1 69.5 66.9
5. Drew Brees- 63 68.6 65.8
6. Tony Romo- 65.6 63.9 64.8
7. Ben Roethlisberger- 63.3 64.2 63.8
8. Russell Wilson- 64.1 63.1 63.6
9. Matt Schaub- 64.3 61.2 63.1
10. Robert Griffin- 65.6 60.1 62.6
11. Nick Foles- 60.8 64 62.5
12. Carson Palmer- 61.1 63.3 62.2
13. Andy Dalton- 62.3 61.9 62.1
14. Tom Brady- 62.9 60.5 61.7
15. Colin Kaepernick- 62.4 58.4 59.8
16. Cam Newton- 57.7 61.7 59.7
17. Ryan Tannehill- 58.3 60.4 59.4
18. Joe Flacco- 59.7 59 59.3
19. Matthew Stafford- 59.8 58.5 59.2
20. Eli Manning- 59.9 57.5 58.7
21. Andrew Luck- 54.1 60.2 57

Completion percentage has always been one of the most accurate ways of measuring a QB’s efficiency. There’s no way I would have guessed that Russell Wilson would be ranked 8th on this list. I don’t get it…there are so many QB’s ranked lower than him; QB’s that all of the "analysts" know to be far better QB’s than Wilson…everybody knows that Wilson is just a game manager. Oh, and wait…who’s that guy at the bottom, ranked #21? Oh, that’s Andrew Luck. But EVERYBODY knows that Luck is twice the QB that Wilson is. I wonder why he’d be at the bottom of this list. This must be Luck’s one weakness…I’m sure he will rank higher than Wilson on all of the rest of the categories.

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS (ranked by total # of TD passes for 2012 & 2013)

2012 2013 Total

1. Peyton Manning- 37 55 92
2. Drew Brees- 43 39 82
3. Andy Dalton- 27 33 60
4. Tom Brady- 34 25 59
4. Tony Romo- 28 31 59
6. Matt Ryan- 26 32 58
6. Philip Rivers- 26 32 58
8. Aaron Rodgers- 39 17 56
9. Ben Roethlisberger- 26 28 54
10. Russell Wilson- 26 26 52
11. Matthew Stafford- 20 29 49
12. Carson Palmer- 22 24 46
12. Andrew Luck- 23 23 46
14. Joe Flacco- 22 22 44
14. Eli Manning- 26 18 44
16. Cam Newton- 19 24 43
17. Ryan Tannehill- 12 24 36
17. Robert Griffin- 20 16 36
19. Nick Foles- 6 27 33
20. Matt Schaub- 22 10 32
21. Colin Kaepernick- 10 21 31

I mean this just isn’t making sense…how is it possible that Wilson is ranked 19th in pass attempts, and yet finds himself ranked 10th in TD passes amongst ALL NFL QB’s over the last 2 years? Maybe Wilson is just more efficient than a lot of the other QB’s. I guess that makes sense…if Wilson can be that much more efficient, then instead of throwing 50% more passes every game, he can hand the ball off to Marshawn Lynch on those plays and let Lynch beat up the defense. I might be on to something here. I hope the other teams don’t figure this out. Oh wait…that doesn’t really make sense either. That "expert analyst", Charley Casserly said that the Seahawks only win games because of that great defense and that RB Lynch; Seattle doesn’t rely on Wilson to win games. I don’t know…that seems like a lot of TD passes for a guy that the Seahawks don’t really need to help them win games. I’m even more confused now.

TOUCHDOWN/ATTEMPT PERCENTAGE (ranked by total TD % for 2012 & 2013)

2012 2013 Total

1. Peyton Manning- 6.3 8.3 7.4
2. Aaron Rodgers- 7.1 5.9 6.7
3. Russell Wilson- 6.6 6.4 6.5
4. Drew Brees- 6.4 6 6.2
5. Nick Foles- 2.3 8.5 5.7
6. Philip Rivers- 4.9 5.9 5.4
7. Andy Dalton- 5.1 5.6 5.4
8. Ben Roethlisberger- 5.8 4.8 5.2
9. Tony Romo- 4.3 5.8 5
10. Colin Kaepernick- 4.6 5 4.9
11. Tom Brady- 5.3 4 4.7
12. Matt Ryan- 5.2 4 4.5
12. Cam Newton- 3.9 5.1 4.5
14. Robert Griffin- 5.1 3.5 4.2
15. Carson Palmer- 3.9 4.2 4
15. Eli Manning- 4.9 3.3 4
17. Joe Flacco- 4.1 3.1 3.8
17. Andrew Luck- 3.7 4 3.8
19. Matthew Stafford- 2.8 4.6 3.6
20. Matt Schaub- 4 2.8 3.5
21. Ryan Tannehill- 2.5 4.1 3.3

I’m in awe!!! Wilson is ranked #3 in TD passes per attempts percentage. I think that this stat means that Wilson throws 6-1/2 TD passes for every 100 pass attempts. That’s definitely efficient. Only Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers threw a higher percentage of TD passes. That actually puts Wilson in some pretty great company.

Oh, but look at some of the names below him…this must be some kind of mistake. Nope. Brees, Rivers, Roethlisberger, Romo, Brady…this is nuts. Oh wait…who’s that guy near the bottom of the list, tied for 17th with JOE FLACCO? WOW…that’s Andrew Luck again. But, according to the experts, he’s the only QB from the latest group of young QB’s who has already joined the list of ELITE QB’s in the NFL. I don’t get it…maybe it’s because Luck is more efficient at yardage. I guess it’s possible that there’s some kind of BIAS in the EAST COAST MEDIA that favors Andrew Luck…I don’t see what else it could possibly be. Or maybe Luck’s one weak link is TD passes.

INTERCEPTIONS THROWN (ranked by total # of INT for 2012 & 2013)

2012 2013 Total

1. Nick Foles- 5 2 7
2. Colin Kaepernick- 3 8 11
3. Aaron Rodgers- 8 6 14
4. Robert Griffin- 5 12 17
5. Russell Wilson- 10 9 19
5. Tom Brady- 8 11 19
7. Peyton Manning- 11 10 21
8. Ben Roethlisberger- 8 14 22
9. Cam Newton- 12 13 25
10. Philip Rivers- 15 11 26
10. Matt Schaub- 12 14 26
12. Andrew Luck- 18 9 27
13. Tony Romo- 19 10 29
14. Ryan Tannehill- 13 17 30
15. Matt Ryan- 14 17 31
15. Drew Brees- 19 12 31
17. Joe Flacco- 10 22 32
18. Andy Dalton- 16 20 36
18. Matthew Stafford- 17 19 36
18. Carson Palmer- 14 22 36
21. Eli Manning- 15 27 42

Geez, there’s Wilson up near the top again…ranked #5 in lowest INT’s. Wow…and look at that other kid, Nick Foles. He’s barely thrown any INT’s. Again, look at all the elite QB’s below Wilson in this category. Oh wait, this is kind of deceptive…if you just go strictly by the numbers, Wilson looks pretty good, but we all know by now that all those other QB’s THREW A LOT MORE PASSES than Wilson. Throwing fewer passes gives Wilson a HUGE advantage on interceptions.

INTERCEPTION PERCENTAGE (ranked by total INT % for 2012 & 2013)

2012 2013 Total

1. Nick Foles- 1.9 0.6 1.2
2. Tom Brady- 1.3 1.8 1.5
3. Aaron Rodgers- 1.4 2.1 1.7
3. Peyton Manning- 1.9 1.5 1.7
3. Colin Kaepernick- 1.4 1.9 1.7
6. Robert Griffin- 1.3 2.6 2
7. Ben Roethlisberger- 1.8 2.4 2.1
8. Drew Brees- 2.8 1.8 2.3
8. Andrew Luck- 2.9 1.6 2.3
10. Russell Wilson- 2.5 2.2 2.4
10. Philip Rivers- 2.8 2 2.4
10. Matt Ryan- 2.3 2.6 2.4
13. Tony Romo- 2.9 1.9 2.5
14. Matthew Stafford- 2.3 3 2.6
14. Cam Newton- 2.5 2.7 2.6
16. Ryan Tannehill- 2.7 2.9 2.8
16. Joe Flacco- 1.9 3.6 2.8
18. Matt Schaub- 2.2 3.9 2.9
19. Andy Dalton- 3 3.4 3.2
19. Carson Palmer- 2.5 3.8 3.2
21. Eli Manning- 2.8 4.9 3.9

Oh…see… this category adjusts for more pass attempts…this tells the real story on interceptions. Well…not that bad…Wilson is right behind Luck on percentage of INT’s per pass attempts. WOW!!! That Foles kid is at the top again…he sure is stingy with the turnovers. But there’s a number of guys that Casserly assessed as better than Wilson that are way behind Wilson…what’s up with that?

AVERAGE YARDS PER ATTEMPT (ranked by y/a total for 2012 & 2013)

2012 2013 Total

1. Peyton Manning- 8 8.3 8.2
2. Russell Wilson- 7.9 8.2 8.1
2. Aaron Rodgers- 7.8 8.7 8.1
4. Nick Foles- 6.4 9.1 7.9
4. Colin Kaepernick- 8.3 7.7 7.9
6. Drew Brees- 7.7 7.9 7.8
7. Cam Newton- 8 7.1 7.6
8. Robert Griffin- 8.2 7 7.5
8. Philip Rivers- 6.8 8.2 7.5
10. Tony Romo- 7.6 7.2 7.4
11. Ben Roethlisberger- 7.3 7.3 7.3
11. Carson Palmer- 7.1 7.5 7.3
11. Matt Ryan- 7.7 6.9 7.3
14. Tom Brady- 7.6 6.9 7.2
15. Matthew Stafford- 6.8 7.3 7.1
15. Andy Dalton- 6.9 7.3 7.1
15. Eli Manning- 7.4 6.9 7.1
18. Matt Schaub- 7.4 6.5 7
19. Andrew Luck- 7 6.7 6.8
20. Ryan Tannehill- 6.8 6.7 6.7
20. Joe Flacco- 7.2 6.4 6.7

Okay…I get this category! This is the one where all the big yardage guys shine…this is the true measure of the best passers in the NFL. Oh wait! Holy crap! Wilson is ranked #2 in this category…it can’t be true!!! Nope, it’s for real. #2! OH MY GOODNESS!!! Look at all the QB’s below Wilson in this category. Those are some of the biggest names in the NFL. But how can it be. Casserly said that there are at least 13 QB’s who are better than Wilson. Something’s not right! I feel like I’m stuck in an episode of "The Twilight Zone". It’s impossible that Wilson could do so well in Y/A. I mean…his whole receiver corps is made up of "pedestrian" receivers… and then there’s his injury-plagued, below-average offensive line. How does he do it? It’s just not possible. I refuse to believe it. And to top it all off, there’s that Luck guy again. Way down near the bottom…ranked #19. But all of the analysts like him so much because he’s thrown for so many yards in just 2 years. I guess he’s just not very efficient. Casserly said that Luck is ALREADY an elite QB. I’m starting to doubt this Charley guy’s sanity! But he used to be a GM…that’s about as close as a human can come to being some kind of deity. He also belongs to that group of elite "expert analysts" in the media. Aren't we just supposed to believe EVERYTHING these guys tell us? I'm beginning to doubt that.

QB PASSER RATING (ranked by total of 2012 & 2013 passer rating)

2012 2013 Total

1. Peyton Manning- 105.8 115.1 110.8
2. Aaron Rodgers- 108 104.9 106.9
3. Nick Foles- 79.1 119.2 101
4. Russell Wilson- 100 101.2 100.6
5. Drew Brees- 96.3 104.7 100.4
6. Philip Rivers- 88.6 105.5 97.2
7. Matt Ryan- 99.1 89.6 94.2
7. Ben Roethlisberger- 97 92 94.2
9. Colin Kaepernick- 98.3 91.6 93.9
10. Tony Romo- 90.5 96.7 93.3
11. Tom Brady- 98.7 87.3 93
12. Robert Griffin- 102.4 82.2 91.5
13. Andy Dalton- 87.4 88.8 88.1
14. Cam Newton- 86.2 88.8 87.5
15. Carson Palmer- 85.3 83.9 84.6
16. Matt Schaub- 90.7 73 83.7
17. Matthew Stafford- 79.8 84.2 81.9
18. Andrew Luck- 76.5 87 81.5
19. Joe Flacco- 87.7 73.1 79.9
20. Ryan Tannehill- 76.1 81.7 79.1
21. Eli Manning- 87.2 69.4 78.2

Oh good…we finally made it to passer rating. I’ve heard of this before…the NFL uses this crazy formula to rate QB’s. And it WORKS! It’s the most precise method of actually figuring out how good a QB really is. OH NO!!! This MUST be a mistake! Wilson is ranked #4 in this category. It can’t be. How can a QB, who Casserly thinks should be ranked below #14, be ranked #4? I mean this is 2 years of Wilson’s efforts, and I thought it was all for nothing. But maybe he’s even better than I thought. Look at all of those names below him on the list. Can he possibly be better than some of those guys? Maybe Wilson’s just better than those guys RIGHT NOW…or maybe the other QB’s on the list are currently better than Wilson because they had some good seasons 5 or 10 years ago. Wait, that’s moronic…I’m just trying to justify what the "EXPERTS" in the media tell everybody. Is it even remotely possible that someone in the media, a guy who does this for a living, could somehow be completely WRONG?

4TH QUARTER COMEBACKS (ranked by 4th quarter comeback total for 2012 & 2013)

2012 2013 Total

1. Russell Wilson- 4 4 8
2. Andrew Luck- 4 4 8
3. Tony Romo- 5 2 7
4. Matt Ryan- 5 1 6
4. Tom Brady- 1 5 6
4. Joe Flacco- 4 2 6
7. Colin Kaepernick- 2 3 5
7. Cam Newton- 1 4 5
7. Ryan Tannehill- 1 4 5
7. Carson Palmer- 2 3 5
7. Matthew Stafford- 3 2 5
7. Peyton Manning- 3 2 5
13. Matt Schaub- 2 2 4
13. Robert Griffin- 3 1 4
13. Eli Manning- 3 1 4
13. Philip Rivers- 0 4 4
13. Drew Brees- 1 3 4
18. Aaron Rodgers- 2 1 3
18. Ben Roethlisberger- 2 1 3
20. Nick Foles- 1 1 2
21. Andy Dalton- 1 0 1

I think I’m going to like this category. Fourth quarter comebacks…sounds like some kind of a measure of how many games a QB actually wins for his team…and these don’t include wins by the defense. I already know that Casserly said the Seahawks don’t need Wilson to win any games…only the defense and that Lynch guy win games for Seattle. THEY DON’T RELY ON WILSON………..IMAGINE THAT! Wilson must be at the bottom of this list.

Let's take a look...oh my God...this really must be a mistake. If this is true, those media guys MUST BE WRONG. Wilson is ranked #1 in this category. Ooooh…LOOK…Luck is tied with Wilson in this stat. Maybe THIS is why the media "experts" like Luck so much. That would make sense…he actually has helped his team win some games. But SO HAS WILSON! What to make of this? Everybody in the media knows Wilson couldn’t even be Luck’s water boy. All the fans of other teams KNOW that Wilson is nothing but a GAME MANAGER! I don’t understand…I’m so confused…Wilson is above not only the elites in this category, but he’s even ranked higher than QB’s who are in the GOAT conversation. This can’t be. This must just be a 2-year-long fluke!

GAME-WINNING DRIVES (ranked by total game-winning drives for 2012 & 2013)

2012 2013 Total

1. Andrew Luck- 7 4 11
2. Russell Wilson- 5 5 10
3. Tony Romo- 5 4 9
4. Matt Ryan- 7 1 8
4. Joe Flacco- 4 4 8
6. Tom Brady- 2 5 7
7. Ben Roethlisberger- 3 3 6
7. Matthew Stafford- 3 3 6
7. Andy Dalton- 3 3 6
7. Carson Palmer- 2 4 6
7. Colin Kaepernick- 2 4 6
12. Cam Newton- 1 4 5
12. Eli Manning- 3 2 5
12. Drew Brees- 3 2 5
12. Peyton Manning- 2 3 5
16. Philip Rivers- 0 4 4
16. Ryan Tannehill- 1 3 4
16. Robert Griffin- 2 2 4
16. Aaron Rodgers- 3 1 4
16. Matt Schaub- 2 2 4
21. Nick Foles- 1 1 2

Now I get it…Luck has one more game-winning drive than Russell Wilson. Luck #1, Wilson #2! This must be THE MOST IMPORTANT CATEGORY…the one that determines whether a QB is qualified to be among the elites.

Could the fact that Wilson is ranked higher than all of the GOAT’s and the elites in this category mean that he belongs in their club. If it was only ONE category, then of course not…but Wilson is ranked near the top in almost all of the "Quality/Efficiency Stats". Is it possible that Wilson is actually a half-way decent QB? That he actually has a future in the NFL?

There is also the fact that Wilson has won a SB. This must be important for something. What if he wins another one in the next few years? It could cause the space-time continuum to unravel. What will we do then?

I was going to compare Wilson’s playoff stats to some of these other QB’s, but now I’m actually afraid to. I seem to remember that Luck guy throwing 7 interceptions in his last 2 playoff games. Well maybe I'll just compare Luck's playoff stats to Wilson's. Nothing too in depth. I'm sure this must be where Luck gets all of his support from those media guys.

Attempts- Luck…140; Wilson…130
Completions- Luck…77; Wilson…82
Completion %- Luck…55.0; Wilson…63.1
TD’s- Luck…6; Wilson…6
INT’s- Luck…8; Wilson…1
Avg. yards per attempt- Luck…7.59; Wilson…8.43
Passer rating- Luck…70.0; Wilson…102.0

WOW!!! Well, looks like I've finally convinced myself. All of the evidence is telling me that, thus far in their careers, Wilson is a far superior QB to Andrew Luck. Not only are most of Wilson's regular season numbers better than Luck's, but apparently, Luck's QB maturity level and the trait of shining in the big games are not even in the same universe as Wilson's.

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