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5 hours ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

12. TYROD TAYLORBUFFALO BILLS – 84.1 OVERALL GRADE
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Excerpt from the PFF QB Annual: Taylor finished 2017 among the league’s most accurate passers under pressure. His 53.5 completion percentage was fifth among starters and his 79.4 passer rating was seventh, but the one area he struggled through in 2017, was taking sacks. Taylor converted pressure to sacks 23.3 percent of the time – the highest rate in the NFL.

 

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This stat alone makes PFT worthless to me. If they can sit there with straight faces and say TT is better than a bottom tier QB, none of their stats mean anything. 

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Sorry but the all-22 doesn’t lie

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I don't get these convoluted stats. I guess PFF stands for pretty funny facts...the eye test has him ranked in the bottom 5 with Bortles. 

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Taylor cracked the code. We have a ton of guys at work that have great numbers when it comes to getting jobs done fast. Their numbers are amazing on paper but we you talk to other Ops Mech's you find out that everyone is fixing their leaks and everything they do looks half assed, their numbers mean ****.

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47 minutes ago, Mike in Horseheads said:

I saw enough TT at 12 makes this garbage

Why didn't our analytic department tell us TT was good!  Good stuff, I thought we needed a quarterback.

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PFF sucks.  They dont take into account the opinions of the amazingly intelligent Bills fans. 

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2 minutes ago, Manther said:

Why didn't our analytic department tell us TT was good!  Good stuff, I thought we needed a quarterback.

LOL somebody has to go from that department!  I hope other teams don't see those rankings before we lock him up long term

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That's pretty ridiculous to be honest.

 

I am not a TT hater as some of you here, but there is no way he is 12th.

 

He should be at least top 10...

 

Joking...

 

On a serious note, He's probably around 22-24 in my opinion

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Pff ia pretty goos at what they do, and scott barratte one of their writers is on point. Ive had so much success this past season in the daily fantasy industry because of the stuff he writes. Ive also used pff tools. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, hondo in seattle said:

I'm not a Tyrod-hater but I do believe this proves PFF looks at - and weighs things - wrongly.

Their grades are pretty accurate but you have to understand how they get that final grade. Tyrod has few negative plays, which lifts his grade higher.

 

Efficient QB play will grade high no matter what grading system is used.

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13 minutes ago, TheTruthHurts said:

Their grades are pretty accurate but you have to understand how they get that final grade. Tyrod has few negative plays, which lifts his grade higher.

 

Efficient QB play will grade high no matter what grading system is used.

 

Stop it.  We dont need an efficient QB.  Never mind we made the playoffs finally after 17 years.  Clearly Tyrod is the worst qb to ever play the game. 

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1 hour ago, nedboy7 said:

PFF sucks.  They dont take into account the opinions of the amazingly intelligent Bills fans. 

 

Tyrod like really really really sucks though 

 

Taylor at 12 Cam at 26?      Pff needs to unlinkable Iike old Bleacher Report stuff 

 

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If the Bills are interested in trading Tyrod, perhaps one of these money ball nerds will latch on to some of these stats and give up more then we expect. Hopefully someone like Mike Schopp gets hired to run a team in the NFL. That could probably solve 2 of our issues.

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19 minutes ago, TheTruthHurts said:

Efficient QB play will grade high no matter what grading system is used.

 

This.

It's similar to the ESPN PER ratings for NBA players, where guys playing effectively in limited roles (like a 6th or 7th man) winds up with PER ratings up near the top of the league, even when they are only scoring 8-9ppg.

 

Tyrod is an advanced metric darling, somebody who checks all the boxes for these ratings based on efficiency, but ultimately doesn't produce in a high level overall.

 

Looking at that list I would take like 8+ guys below tyrod minimum.

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1 minute ago, SouthNYfan said:

 

This.

It's similar to the ESPN PER ratings for NBA players, where guys playing effectively in limited roles (like a 6th or 7th man) winds up with PER ratings up near the top of the league, even when they are only scoring 8-9ppg.

 

Tyrod is an advanced metric darling, somebody who checks all the boxes for these ratings based on efficiency, but ultimately doesn't produce in a high level overall.

 

Looking at that list I would take like 8+ guys below tyrod minimum.

Doug Flutie criticized Rob Johnson for protecting his QB rating, I think that same criticism can be placed on Taylor.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, TheTruthHurts said:

Doug Flutie criticized Rob Johnson for protecting his QB rating, I think that same criticism can be placed on Taylor.

 

 

 

 

I remember that.

Hard to throw interceptions when you don't throw the ball until somebody has a 5+ yard halo around them.

Ironically, it's hard to throw TDs that way too, which, not surpassingly, Tyrod doesn't throw many of those either.

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He's better than most of you guys think and he's worse than a few of you guys think.

 

Welcome to TBD 2018.

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2 hours ago, NewEraBills said:

I'm not a big fan of PFF because there are some things they do not account for but here are the season-ending QB rankings.

 

https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/final-nfl-qb-rankings-by-pff-player-grades-2017

 

A team will be willing to offer their first-round pick for Taylor's services for sure!

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