I’ve ordered this by grade as opposed to QB rating as the grade is a better indicator of individual performance, while QB rating includes other factors and is more a function of the team’s overall passing production in this area.https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2 ... ay-7-2013/
The most obvious highlight here is the list is headed by two rookies, although that they are followed by the two Matt’s, Schaub and Ryan, doesn’t mean this is a young man’s game either. Wilson’s performance is also marked because when you include grades for runs off roll-outs he gets within 0.5 of Tannehill. Needless to say opponents of both the Dolphins and Seahawks will need to spend additional time on combating this “weapon” next year.
Schaub is interesting because, after Michael Vick (who you would expect being left-handed) with 24, he has the largest number of roll-outs (17) to the left despite being right-handed.
Another interesting fact is the disparity between Christian Ponder’s QB rating and his grade. This is because on roll-outs he nearly always dumped the ball off short (average depth of target less than 0.5 yards) and let his colleagues (often Percy Harvin) do the work. Compare this with Schaub, Ryan, and in particular Matthew Stafford, who used the roll-out as a tool to go much deeper when the opportunity arose.