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QBs who throw deeper more often have lower overall accuracy scores when not adjusted for depth because throwing downfield is harder than throwing short. 56.1% of Jackson's passes in 2020 went further than five yards downfield, fifth-most in the NFL. 33.7% further than 10 (9th)
Lamar Jackson (63.9%*) ranked 7th in depth-adjusted accuracy out of 31 qualifying quarterbacks in 2020. *That is a 4.9% increase on Jackson's MVP season in 2019 and a 6.9% increase on Jackson's rookie season in 2018. https://t.co/5OS86REUgK
There is this random narrative that Lamar Jackson is an accurate QB... But since 2018, Jackson has the highest % of passes that were inaccurate (but catchable) Lamar Jackson: 25.1% Cam Newton: 25.1% Nick Mullens: 24.7% Carson Wentz: 24.5% Eli Manning: 24.5% (min. 500 att)
Since 2018, Lamar Jackson has consistently ranked in the top 10 of depth-adjusted accuracy and situational accuracy (throwing relative to the first down line) despite having amongst the worst receivers in the NFL. Context matters. This is one step above reading a box score👇 https://t.co/iLpa65Cw1y
Matthew Stafford (4.4%) had the 24th-ranked interceptable pass rate in the NFL in 2020 https://t.co/i7Y72QnOvX
Dropped interceptions show us how often a quarterback unnecessarily gave the defender an opportunity to catch the ball or relied on the defender to make a mistake to not throw an interception. Interceptable pass rate accounts for attempts and caught INTs https://t.co/Xu6b7Rw57C