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SEC Pass Efficiency 2000-2016

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StatTiger    660
From 2000-2016, the average pass-efficiency rating is 130.8. During this time period, teams that reached a QB rating of at least 131 during a game, won 83% of their games.

Here is a breakdown by season, sorted by overall QB Rating in the SEC.
 
   
Rnk Year Rating Pct
1 2013 142.2 59.4
2 2010 141.5 62.4
3 2012 139.5 56.4
4 2014 135.9 52.7
5 2001 133.8 50.0
6 2006 133.6 52.2
7 2016 132.5 51.7
8 2015 131.1 48.6
9 2009 130.3 44.5
10 2011 128.6 45.2
11 2003 128.5 44.8
12 2004 128.4 44.3
13 2007 127.0 45.8
14 2005 123.8 40.0
15 2002 122.5 42.8
16 2008 120.7 40.0
17 2000 118.7 33.6
 
       
The 2016 season ranks 7th during the past 17 seasons with an overall rating of 132.5. The average rating of 131 was reached in 51.7% of the games this season. The best season was 2010, when the average rating of 131 was reached in over 62% of the games played that year.

From 2012-2016, here are the total number of games with a pass rating of 131 or better:

Alabama ............ 50
Texas A&M ........ 45
Georgia ............. 42
Miss State ......... 39
Ole Miss ............ 38
Auburn .............. 37
S. Carolina ......... 36
Arkansas ............ 34
Tennessee ......... 32
LSU ................... 29
Missouri ............. 27
Florida ............... 25
Kentucky ........... 22
Vanderbilt .......... 22

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AUld fAUx@    1,114

So,

we need to work harder on development of our

HBs?

 

Gawd, I'm so sorry.

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oracle79    817

Interesting stuff.  Most koolaid drinkers try to give GM/RL credit for improving NM as a passer in 2014 using completion % and yardage totals and it's hard to refute those stats, but you know in your heart it isn't really true.  These stats show the rest of the story (besides the won/loss decline).

Rating dropped almost 7 points, and the % of games with a rating of 131 or higher dropped almost 7 percent.  That kind of tells me what i knew but couldn't prove.  QB play wasn't better in 2014 as opposed to 2013.  Awesome @StatTiger!

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Rednilla    387

2012 is rated #3? Wow, that's surprising...

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lionheartkc    4,027

 

5 hours ago, StatTiger said:

The 2016 season ranks 7th during the past 17 seasons with an overall rating of 132.5. The average rating of 131 was reached in 51.7% of the games this season.

However in the "things that could have been" category, if you take just the games that Sean was the starting QB and healthy, you get an average RAT of 171.5, and a rating over 131 for 87.5% of the games.  Heck, keep Clemson and Georgia in there and you still get an average RAT of 149.72 and a percentage over 131 of 70%.  What that tells me is that our back-ups and other "QBs" REALLY drug our numbers down (based on the stats I'm seeing, Jeremy's numbers did the majority of the damage).

4 hours ago, oracle79 said:

Most koolaid drinkers try to give GM/RL credit for improving NM as a passer in 2014 using completion % and yardage totals and it's hard to refute those stats, but you know in your heart it isn't really true.  These stats show the rest of the story (besides the won/loss decline).

The numbers that Stat is quoting take into account ALL players who took a snap and threw the ball.  Nicks rating was 143.2 in 2013 and 151.1 in 2014.  Would you like some Kool-aid?

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oracle79    817
11 hours ago, lionheartkc said:

The numbers that Stat is quoting take into account ALL players who took a snap and threw the ball.  Nicks rating was 143.2 in 2013 and 151.1 in 2014.  Would you like some Kool-aid?

And overall offensive production and # of wins declined.  I can do this all day with stats, and I'll still pass on the Kool-Aid.

I also found it interesting that JF3 had a rating of 154.4 and SW had a rating of 146.9 for the season.

http://www.espn.com/college-football/team/stats/_/id/2/auburn-tigers

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