Wednesday, November 23, 2011

QB Ratings for Week #11 - Top 5

Sportmentary.com has released its QB ratings for week 11.  There were no changes in the top 3 spots but take a look at the #4 and # 5 spots.

1) Aaron "I'm Never Leaving the #1 Spot" Rogers (No change from last week) - Rogers faced a tough competitor in week 11 but he was still good enough to get the win and take the Packers to 10-0.   Aaron Rogers has thrown for 31 TDs (Most in the NFL and more than 3 per game) with only 4 INTs. Rogers has thrown for 3,168 yards and has a QB rating of 128.8, the highest in the NFL.  His completion percentage of 72.3 is the highest in the NFL.  Is this guy ever going to be slowed down?


2) Tom "I Got Another Win" Brady (No change from last week
) - Brady started slow in the first half but made some adjustments and had another good game. 
Brady has  thrown for 25 TDs (2nd most in the NFL) and 10 INTs.  He has a pass completion percentage of 65.4% (3rd highest in the NFL) and has a QB rating of 102.5 (2nd highest in the NFL).  Brady has thrown for 3,266 yards (2nd most in NFL). That's 326.6 yards per game.



 3) Drew "I Should Be Ranked #2" Brees (No change from last week) - Brees didn't play last week.  Brees has thrown 23 TDs and 11 INTs for a league leading 3,326 yards and he has a 70.9 pass completion percentage (2nd in NFL).  His QB rating is 101.3.

4) Tony
 "Am I Reading the Rankings Right" Romo (Not ranked last week) - Romo started the season slow and has taken off in past weeks.  Sportmentary can't ignore that his team is winning and that his stats have greatly improved.  He's thrown 19 TDs and 7 INTs for 2,800 yards and a 64.5 pass completion percentage.  He has a QB rating of 99.4.

5) Matthew "Stop Shaking Your Head in Disbelief" Stafford (Wasn't ranked last week). 
Stafford led his Lions to a 2nd half comeback last week.  He looked shaky in the first half and did throw some INTs but he found a way to win and his stats are good.  He's thrown 25 TDs with only 10 INTs for 2,843 yards and a 61.3 pass completion percentage.  He has a QB rating of 93.4.  

Just missing the cut:  Eli Manning, Alex Smith and Ben Roethlisberger.


There you have it.  Sportmentary.com's QB ranking for the end of week #11.  Let us know what you think.  Did we miss a QB or would you have ranked the top 5 differently?  We're eager to find out your opinions!



This weeks stats provided by ESPN.com.

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