Defenses vs Quarterbacks: Week 8 October 25, 2012  |  Chet


Check out how well defenses play against quarterbacks in the table below.

You can check out the Defenses vs Running Backs,  Wide Receivers and Tight Ends under those hyperlinks.

FOFootball Outsiders rankings of defenses against the pass

QBRThe Cold Hard Football Facts QB Rating allowed

Pass Rush/CoveragePro Football Focus‘ grade for defenses (the higher the number the better the D is)

If you have any other questions about the table, hit me up in the comments.

 

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3 Responses

  1. David says:

    D week8: MIN Thurs or SEA this weekend?

  2. Pat Thorman says:

    Nice work Chet. I could have used this table before I did my midweek PFR column on good QB pairs to have for the stretch run (http://tinyurl.com/ch25vqo). Had to finagle ESPN’s ‘Points Allowed’ grid. Might revise based on these. Thanks for the legwork. @PatThorman

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