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2018 Player Efficiency Rankings

These show how well top players matched up to others in his position.
Patrick Mahomes 11.6 Andrew Luck 35.5 Aaron Rodgers 98.5 Ryan Fitzpatrick 14.5 Ben Roethlisberger 28.1 Matt Ryan 86.9 Ryan Tannehill 16.1 Patrick Mahomes 22.3 Joe Flacco 63.2 Andy Dalton 17.4 Mitchell Trubisky 18.1 Carson Wentz 57.3 No surprises with Patrick Mahomes throwing touchdowns but Russell Wilson always does a lot with whatever receivers he has.
The improvements in the Colts offensive line have really paid off in keeping Andrew Luck standing up and throwing downfield.
Aaron Rodgers showed his efficiency with three times as many passes thrown before any interception than any other quarterback.
It is interesting that several quarterbacks prone to rushing the ball still had high completion rates.
Three quarterbacks rated tops with more than 300 yards per game but top-dog Ben Roethlisberger is likely to fall without Antonio Brown this year.
Jordan Wilkins 5.6 Todd Gurley 89.4 Todd Gurley 130.8 Aaron Jones 5.5 Joe Mixon 83.4 Saquon Barkley 126.8 Kerryon Johnson 5.4 Chris Carson 82.2 Christian McCaffrey 122.8 Phillip Lindsay 5.4 Saquon Barkley 81.7 Melvin Gordon III 114.6 Devontae Booker 5.4 Marlon Mack 75.7 James Conner 113.1 Kalen Ballage 5.3 James Conner 74.8 Alvin Kamara 106.1 Gus Edwards 5.2 Melvin Gordon III 73.8 Joe Mixon 104.6 Austin Ekeler 5.2 Sony Michel 71.6 Chris Carson 93.9 Surprising that so many rookies rushed for high yardage-per-carry like Jordan Wilkins, Kerryon Johnson, Phillip Lindsay, Kalen Ballage and Gus Edwards.
But none carried the ball as much as elite backs and Lindsay was the busiest with only 192 carries.
Ezekiel Elliott and Todd Gurley were tops in yardage, at least up through the Divisional Rounds of the playoffs.
Julio Jones 104.8 Breshad Perriman 21.3 Michael Thomas 7.8 Most interesting was the yards-per-catch stat that should be considered for 2019 valuations.

Lost in the total numbers are how well players did in various “per game” categories and such. These show how well top players matched up to others in his position.

Patrick Mahomes 11.6 Andrew Luck 35.5 Aaron Rodgers 98.5
Ryan Fitzpatrick 14.5 Ben Roethlisberger 28.1 Matt Ryan 86.9
Ryan Tannehill 16.1 Patrick Mahomes 22.3 Joe Flacco 63.2
Andy Dalton 17.4 Mitchell Trubisky 18.1 Carson Wentz 57.3

No surprises with Patrick Mahomes throwing touchdowns but Russell Wilson always does a lot with whatever receivers he has. The improvements in the Colts offensive line have really paid off in keeping Andrew Luck standing up and throwing downfield. These teams gain an advantage with more time to throw. Aaron Rodgers showed his efficiency with three times as many passes thrown before any interception than any other quarterback.

It is interesting that several quarterbacks prone to rushing the ball still had high completion rates. 2019 will be an interesting year for the Bills with Josh Allen likely to improve as a passer and yet already he ranks tops in rushing yards per game – more…

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