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Top NFL QBs by Passer Rating + QBR + PFF

The following scores are “good” through November 21st, 2020.

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There is a healthy fight within the stat community on which quarterback metric is most coherent. Passer rating is bashed as too antiquated. When used to compare quarterbacks from eras of yesteryear, passer rating is indeed skewed and inflated. But touchdowns, passing yards, interception, and completion percentage will never be wholly irrelevant. 

ESPN’s QBR is said to factor in more intangible-type ratings. It can be interpreted as a more-detailed and comprehensive version of passer rating and then some. 

Pro Football Focus uses its grading system to assess the x’s and o’s of each game and pump out a yearly score. 

The following scores and rankings are weighted. Passer rating accounts for 20% of the score, QBR at 40%, and PFF at 40%. The only criteria is that a quarterback starts three games.

These are the raw numbers:

   
QB Name Score
 1. Aaron Rodgers 94.56
 2. P. Mahomes 92.94
 3. Russell Wilson 88.18
 4. Josh Allen 85.76
 5. Drew Brees 85.32
 6. Dak Prescott 85.16
 7. Tom Brady 84.68
 8. Matt Ryan 84.40
 9. Deshaun Watson 84.12
 10. Ryan Tannehill 84.10
 11. Kyler Murray 82.10
 12. Derek Carr 81.80
 13. R. Fitzpatrick 81.16
 14. Kirk Cousins 78.82
 15. Justin Herbert 77.40
 16. T. Bridgewater 76.78
 17. Roethlisberger 76.48
 18. Kyle Allen 76.02
 19. Lamar Jackson 75.20
 20. M. Stafford 73.84
 21. Baker Mayfield 73.84
 22. Philip Rivers 73.56
 23. Daniel Jones 73.24
 24. Jared Goff 71.82
 25. Joe Burrow 71.44
 26. Cam Newton 70.66
 27. J. Garoppolo 69.44
 28. G. Minshew II 68.28
 29. Nick Foles 61.08
 30. Carson Wentz 60.26
 31. Nick Mullens 56.10
 32. Sam Darnold 51.86
 33. Drew Lock 50.58
 34. D. Haskins 46.90
 

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