Another debate in this blog, basically getting people's opinion on wether they would like a QB with monster stats, and no Super Bowls or a QB with 2-3 Super Bowls, and average stats. Flacco led the Ravens to the championship game in his rookie season, but didn't have as good of stats as Matt Ryan, the other rookie, but Ryan only lead the Falcons to the divsionals. Me myself, I would go for stats because with really good stats, I think the playoffs and the Super Bowls will come, as long as you don't choke in the Super Bowl (see Peyton Manning lol).
What are your thoughts on what I am about to present to you. It could be the next way to determine QB efficiency! You see, it combines the QB's win percentage in the playoffs, along with completion percentage, and TD minus INT's. It will determine who has the most leadership and who can throw the ball the best at the same time. These are some predictions I have for QB's next year.
Aaron Rodgers: 64 completion percentage, 35 TD's, 10 INT's, and 666 win percentage in the playoffs. His overall rating would be 755 which is really good.
Peyton Manning: 62 completion percentage, 28 TD's, 12 INT's, 500 in the playoffs. His overall rating would be 578 which is not bad, but not what we are use to seeing from Manning.
Remember, those are just predictions for next year. So if you have any comments on what kind of QB you would like, or the rating system, feel free to post!