Discussion in 'Madden NFL Football' started by Shaun Mason, Aug 3, 2012.
Luck looks great on paper!
Lots of QB's before the Browns QB's.
As someones signature states.
"A franchise QB is one who is successful no matter the sever lack of talent we surround them with"-Cleveland Browns
NM... I found him.
Stafford 99 THP. Drooling alllllllllll overrrrrrrrrrr
Ryan Perriloux, lmao. Can't believe dude is still in the league.
Megatron cheese here we come!
I am always astounded by how well they rank the highly drafted rookies, I am sure Robert Griffin could throw a great deep ball in college, but that doesn't always translate to the NFL...etc.
I will be starting Ryan Tannehill. That's what I think of those QB ratings.
wow lol finally got it
I think Kevin Kolb is going to play beyond those ratings and lead us to the promise land.
LOL at them shitting on Sanchez and Bradford.
For once in my lifetime, the Bears might have the best backup QB in the bizness in Jason Campbell, and that shows in the ratings..
One last little gripe from a homer, there is no way in hell Joe Flacco is faster than Jay Cutler. Cutler has very underrated speed.
If Tim Tebow has a throw accuracy rating of 72, then mine should be 90
Looking forward to Cutler stinking it up ?
It's already, its the first time in years the Bears have a better QB than the Chiefs. Don't worry, I won't make fun of you about it.
Who knows maybe Cutler will shut us all up now that he has the weapons....time to put up or shut up for him now.
Luck looks great on paper!!! Well see how it translates in game.
Brees's arm power is only an 89? Fuccckkkkkk that.
LOL @ Flacco being a 88, but Sanchez being an 80.
Oh, these Madden rating dudes...
You are a obviously a Jets homer.
That said, Sanchez has been more clutch in the post season than Flacco, but Flacco had arguably his worst season since his rookie compaign last year and still had a better QB rating than the Sanchize. For as clutch as Sanchez has been in the post season, I think Tebow breathing down his neck turns him into a basket case.
If you want to throw stats around like it's the only thing that matters, at least use the most relevant stat
(2011) Joe Flacco - 20 TDs, 1 Rushing TD, 3,610 yards passing, 60% cmp = 21 Total TDs
(2011) Mark Sanchez - 26 TDs, 6 Rushing TDs, 3,474 yards passing, 56.7% cmp = 32 Total TDs
Sanchez accounts for 32 TDs vs. Flacco's 21 TDs. Sanchez has a 3% completion lower and has 135 yards less passing over a span of 16 games.
I don't think that Sanchez should be higher, Im saying there is no way in hell Flacco should an 88 with his level of talent, if Sanchez is an 80. A (+8) difference in overall between the two? That's a little out of whack.
As you were.
Like I said in my post, you are equating Flacco's worst season (since his rookie year) with Sanchez's best statistical season. You also declined to show passer rating, where Flacco is still better.
It's easy to ignore the fact that the previous two years Flacco had a 94 and a 89 passer rating, where Sanchez's best is 78.
Let me try to understand your logic.
Flacco has his "worst statistical year" and improved to an 88 ovr, where Sanchez has his "best statistical year" and regresses to an 80?
Yea. Got it.
Flacco has had a decent young career and had a down year. His Madden 12 rating was 88, so he isn't moving UP.
Sanchez had his best year in a mediocre career and regressed from an 83 to an 80.
I would say that Sanchez was over rated last year and now that his career trajectory is leveling off, his rating reflects that.
Let's not forget that these QB's had better QB rating than Sanchez last season:
Palmer threw more interceptions than touchdowns and had a better passer rating.
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