The fifth annual edition of The Deep Ball Project is here, see how accurate your team's quarterback is on deep passes! This is Part 1/3 of the 2018-19 edition.
Johnny Kinsley gives his predictions for the 2018 AFC East. SPOILER: New England wins it, but there's still a few things to like about the other teams.
Introduction The quarterback draft class of 2012 was one of the best in NFL history. In the same breath as 1983 and 2004, the names include Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson, Kirk Cousins, Ryan Tannehill, Nick Foles, and Robert Griffin III. Luck and Wilson are universally accepted as the two best quarterbacks from that class. With … Continue reading Ryan Tannehill Is the NFL’s Most Underrated Quarterback
32-21 20-11 10-1 10. Ryan Tannehill: Miami Dolphins Like Sam Bradford, Ryan Tannehill's reputation is unearned. Perceived as an average quarterback, his skill set is diverse and he played a big role in guiding the Dolphins to the playoffs. Tannehill is best known for his rollout ability, but he also excels in moving around the … Continue reading 2017 Starting Quarterback Power Rankings (10-1)
Part 3 of the 2016-17 Deep Ball Project.
Recently I’ve been studying 2014’s Pro Bowl quarterbacks, and it occurred to me; pretty much every single starter in the NFL has had a game where they’ve thrown multiple interceptions. Even guys like Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, and Russell Wilson, normally low volume turnover machines, have done this. Naturally, I decided to research multi interception … Continue reading A New Formula For Calculating Multi-Interception Games
What a season. Considering all the uncertainties it has brought us, who would’ve guessed the kinds of years the NFL’s field generals would have? Well that’s exactly why I wrote this list. The quarterback is the most important and valuable position in the NFL, and 2014 brought us at least 5 career seasons (and yes, the 5 … Continue reading The Top 15 Quarterbacks Of 2014