The 3 Most Unbelievable NFL Stats from 2012 and What They Mean for 2013

May 7, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Tom Brady was worse than Mark Sanchez in 2012. 
In a certain situation, this was true. 
A faction of yeah-right statistics materialized last year, and it's time to analyze what they'll mean for the future. 
Tom Brady's Struggles Under Pressure
In 2012, the future first-ballot Hall of Fame quarterback was stunningly horrific when faced with pressure. 
According to ProFootballFocus (subscription required), Brady's 40.4 under-pressure percent completion percentage was the sixth-worst such percentage among the 38 quarterbacks who took at least 25 percent of their respective team's snaps last season. 
Signal-callers like Ryan Fitzpatrick, Cam Newton, Philip Rivers, John Skelton, Sam Bradford, Brandon Weeden, Matt Cassel, Christian Ponder and yes, even Mark Sanchez finished with higher completion percentages under pressure than Brady did. 
Factoring in drops as completions, Brady fared better, but he...

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