A few mailbag questions lead into our discussion about quarterback development and a couple of Rivers’ small sample size studies that lead to some interesting theories.
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Mailbag: Faster-paced offenses and the theoretical no-huddle divide, Matt Hasselbeck’s place on the Manning-o-Meter, a question that is more cynical than either Danny or I on the Hall of Fame
Subject: Quarterback development
— A brief discussion of the results of a 28-quarterback sample of players who had a passing DVOA over 25% at some point in their careers.
— A brief discussion of the results of PFF preseason grades on regular season performance.
— A brief discussion of Dating Naked
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