The NFL is full of players who are better than the league average, but if they aren’t the league’s best quarterbacks then why are they getting all the attention?
This year is no different, with two of the top three picks in the NFL draft (Kelvin Benjamin and Sam Darnold) coming out of Ohio State.
Both players have been compared to Tom Brady, who is now playing for the New England Patriots, and both are projected to be the first quarterbacks taken in the first round since 2008.
So why are so many quarterbacks getting so much attention?
The answer is that they are not really NFL quarterbacks.
NFL quarterbacks are expected to have a ton of success on the field, and many of them have been able to get that success due to their ability to read defenses and read coverages.
For example, if you watch any college football games and watch the quarterbacks throwing the football, you will notice that they usually attempt to avoid contact with the defense or even try to keep their eyes downfield.
This is often because they are expecting a linebacker to come at them and that linebacker will either break their throw or be able to make the tackle.
If you watch college football you will often see quarterbacks try to run into defensive backs and then make a play on the ball.
You will also often see them try to pass up a screen pass to the tight end and try to find a linebacker who can tackle the quarterback.
When a quarterback is expected to make a difficult throw or make a hard read, then the defense has a tough time protecting the ball and getting the quarterback to throw the ball away.
When quarterbacks attempt to pass, then they are expected not to make too many mistakes.
They are expected, as the saying goes, to make more plays than their teammates.
However, when they are asked to make those mistakes, they are rarely successful because the defense often doesn’t have a good enough chance to stop them.
This causes the quarterback’s success to depend on their ability as a passer and not as a quarterback.
This creates the illusion of success when in reality it can be extremely difficult to succeed.
For this reason, most of the quarterbacks that are projected as the best quarterbacks in the draft are also projected to have very high interception rates.
That is because quarterbacks don’t throw interceptions, they just make them.
As a result, the chances of making an interception are significantly lower for quarterbacks with a lower interception rate than those with a higher interception rate.
For instance, the following table shows the interception rate for the top five quarterbacks selected in the last five drafts.
It is based on the number of interceptions that were thrown by the quarterbacks drafted between 2011 and 2017.
The quarterbacks drafted after 2013 had the highest interception rates (6.6 percent), followed by the 2015 class with 6.6.
The highest interception rate was the highest among quarterbacks selected between 2009 and 2011.
If we assume that the quarterback is a college quarterback, then this means that he/she is a better than average passer at throwing interceptions.
That’s why the quarterbacks selected after the 2013 class had the lowest interception rate (3.9 percent).
However, it is important to note that the interception percentage is a proxy for the quarterback making plays and interceptions.
For quarterbacks who are good at throwing touchdowns, they also have an advantage because they have a high interception percentage, but for quarterbacks who aren’t, they don’t have as much of an advantage.
For some quarterbacks, there are also a lot of good players who also have interception rates above 20 percent.
These quarterbacks have a higher chance of making a play in the pocket, but their interception rate is low.
The reason why quarterbacks have an edge is because they tend to throw interceptions more often and therefore are able to be more accurate.
This means that when the quarterback throws an interception, they have an easier time getting rid of the ball because they can get to the receiver and make a good throw.
This also means that the ball is not going to be a big hit.
That means that if a quarterback makes a bad throw, it has a much higher chance that he or she will be able with a good arm to pick up the ball in the end zone.
In this table, the interceptions are based on quarterbacks who threw at least 10 passes during their college career.
In order to create a list of the best and worst quarterbacks, we used Pro Football Reference’s player rating system, which gives a ranking of the players’ career grades based on how many interceptions they made.
Since we only took players drafted between 2009-11, we were able to take players who played in the next three years.
This gives us the best player ratings for the three seasons.
We also added in quarterbacks who have played in two years or less.
The quarterback who has played in five years is the worst.
It doesn’t get any better than that.
Next we added in players who have only played in one year.
This makes a list that is a bit smaller.
The table is much easier to read