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I have taken all the QB's and separated them into four categories. These are based on major rules changes to the game. After 94, 94 to 77, 76 to 65 and before 65. Since Tecmo was made in the 94-77 category it is the baseline stat.

 

Accuracy = Completion Percentage is determined by COMP%
Every QB who played mostly after 94 gets a 4% decrease
Every QB who played mostly before 76-66 gets a 6% increase
Every QB who played mostly before 65 gets a 8% increase
81= 63%<
75= 61-62%
69= 59-60%
63= 57-58%
56= 55-56%
50= 53-54%
44= 51-52%
38= 49-50%
31= 47-48%
25= 45-46%
19= 43-44%
13= <42%

 

Pass control = is determined by INT%. 

Every QB who played mostly after 94 gets a 33% increase
Every QB who played mostly between 76-66 gets a 33% decrease
Every QB who played mostly before 65 gets a 44% decrease
81= <2.5%
75= 2.6-2.7%
69= 2.8-2.9%
63= 3.0-3.1%
56= 3.2-3.3%
50= 3.4-3.5%
44= 3.6-3.7%
38= 3.8-3.9%
31= 4.0-4.1%
25= 4.2-4.3%
19= 4.4-4.5%
13= 4.6%<


Arm Strength is determined by AY/C.
Every QB who played mostly after 94 gets a 2% increase
Every QB who played mostly between 76-66 gets a 14% decrease
Every QB who played mostly before 65 gets a 22% decrease
81= 12.5<
75= 12.2-12.4
69= 11.9-12.1
63= 11.6-11.8
56= 11.3-11.5
50= 11.0-11.2
44= 10.7-10.9
38= 10.4-10.6
31= 10.1-10.3
25= 09.8-10.0
19= 09.5-10.7
13= <09.4

 

Avoid Pass Block is based on Y/A. 
81= 7.7<
75= 7.5-7.6
69= 7.3-7.4
63= 7.1-7.2
56= 6.9-7.0
50= 6.7-6.8
44= 6.5-6.6
38= 6.3-6.4
31= 6.1-6.2
25= 5.9-6.0
19= 5.7-5.8
13= <5.6

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corrections

 

Accuracy = Completion Percentage is determined by COMP%
Every QB who played mostly after 94 gets a 4% decrease
Every QB who played mostly before 76-66 gets a 6% increase
Every QB who played mostly before 65 gets a 8% increase
81= 63%<
75= 61-62%
69= 59-60%
63= 57-58%
56= 55-56%
50= 53-54%
44= 51-52%
38= 49-50%
31= 47-48%
25= 45-46%
19= 43-44%
13= <42%

 

Pass control = is determined by INT%. 

Every QB who played mostly after 94 gets a 20% increase
Every QB who played mostly between 76-66 gets a 30% decrease
Every QB who played mostly before 65 gets a 40% decrease
81= <2.2%
75= 2.3-2.5%
69= 2.6-2.8%
63= 2.9-3.1%
56= 3.1-3.3%
50= 3.4-3.6%
44= 3.7-3.9%
38= 4.0-4.2%
31= 4.3-4.5%
25= 4.6-4.8%
19= 4.9-5.1%
13= 5.3%<


Arm Strength is determined by AY/C.
Every QB who played mostly after 94 gets a 2% increase
Every QB who played mostly between 76-66 gets a 14% decrease
Every QB who played mostly before 65 gets a 22% decrease
81= 12.5<
75= 12.2-12.4
69= 11.9-12.1
63= 11.6-11.8
56= 11.3-11.5
50= 11.0-11.2
44= 10.7-10.9
38= 10.4-10.6
31= 10.1-10.3
25= 09.8-10.0
19= 09.5-09.7
13= <09.4

 

Avoid Pass Block is based on Y/A. 
81= 7.7<
75= 7.5-7.6
69= 7.3-7.4
63= 7.1-7.2
56= 6.9-7.0
50= 6.7-6.8
44= 6.5-6.6
38= 6.3-6.4
31= 6.1-6.2
25= 5.9-6.0
19= 5.7-5.8
13= <5.6

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I think you shouldn't base accuracy on completion percentage...because you get game manager qbs whose completion % looks good but

 

1. Throw useless completions. (example 1 yd screen pass that does nothing. Seed David Carr the year his comp% was near 70)

2. Take a lot of sacks rather than trying to complete the ball. A sack is worse than an incomplete. 

 

I would suggest something like adjusted net yards per attempt index for passing accuracy...

 

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As  a season by season calculator it's probably not the best, but for career calculations it seems to work out well. I have updated it to include the rule changes in 06. Also about the completion percentage the usage of avoid pass block negates that dinker issue, the dinkers now can't throw the deep ball because it will get batted down because they tend to have weaker arms based on the AY/C.  If there is a player who breaks this let me know. I checked it out and nobody is really dominant or really bad that should be vice versa.

 

I have taken all the QB's and separated them into four categories. These are based on major rules changes to the game. After 07, 06-94, 94 to 77, 76 to 65, and before 65. Since Tecmo was made in the 94-77 category, it is the baseline stat.

Accuracy = Completion Percentage is determined by COMP%
.
Every QB who played mostly after 07 gets a 6% decrease
Every QB who played mostly between 94-06 gets a 3% decrease
Every QB who played mostly between 66-76 gets a 9% increase
Every QB who played mostly before 65 gets a 12% increase
81= 63%<
75= 61-62%
69= 59-60%
63= 57-58%
56= 55-56%
50= 53-54%
44= 51-52%
38= 49-50%
31= 47-48%
25= 45-46%
19= 43-44%
13= <42%

 

Pass control = is determined by INT%. 

Every QB who played mostly after 07 gets a 22% increase
Every QB who played mostly between 94-06 gets a 16% increase
Every QB who played mostly between 66-76 gets a 28% decrease
Every QB who played mostly before 65 gets a 34% decrease
81= <2.2%
75= 2.3-2.5%
69= 2.6-2.8%
63= 2.9-3.1%
56= 3.2-3.4%
50= 3.5-3.7%
44= 3.8-4.0%
38= 4.1-4.3%
31= 4.4-4.6%
25= 4.7-4.9%
19= 5.0-5.2%
13= 5.3%<


Arm Strength is determined by AY/C.
Every QB who played mostly after 07 gets a 2.775% increase
Every QB who played mostly between 94-06 gets a 5.5% increase
Every QB who played mostly between 66-76 gets a 11% decrease
Every QB who played mostly before 65 gets a 22% decrease
81= 12.5<
75= 12.2-12.4
69= 11.9-12.1
63= 11.6-11.8
56= 11.3-11.5
50= 11.0-11.2
44= 10.7-10.9
38= 10.4-10.6
31= 10.1-10.3
25= 09.8-10.0
19= 09.5-09.7
13= <09.4

 

Avoid Pass Block is based on Y/A. 
81= 7.7<
75= 7.5-7.6
69= 7.3-7.4
63= 7.1-7.2
56= 6.9-7.0
50= 6.7-6.8
44= 6.5-6.6
38= 6.3-6.4
31= 6.1-6.2
25= 5.9-6.0
19= 5.7-5.8
13= <5.6

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