Ice wrote: ↑
Mon Nov 11, 2019 12:43 pm
FantasyFreak wrote: ↑
Mon Nov 11, 2019 12:49 am
Ice wrote: ↑
Mon Nov 11, 2019 12:00 am
And yet for the second time this season L. Jackson posted a perfect passer rating.
The run was impressive but he is now in very exclusive company from a passing perspective.
His running sets up his passing. He makes some great throws. They have done a great job designing a system based around his dual threat ability. He's not a guy that can stand back there and make the throws the elite passers in this league can, consistently. That much is obvious. He's already a good passer, though. Greg Roman was a great hire. His passing stats are definitely set up by his legs, though. Let's not kid ourselves. He's not Rodgers, or Mahomes etc. as a passer.
Hard to say his running sets up his passing since he drops back a lot but it certainly makes defenses play safeties up. Agree 100% on coaching!
Jackson is tied for 8th at 8.00 per pass. Mahomes leads the league at 9.00
Mahomes completion percentage is 66.3 18 TD's 1 Int.
Jackson is now 65.9 15 TD's 5 Int.
The big difference is Jackson is 11th in rushing with 6 TD's and an amazing 702 yards with a league leading 6.6 YPC.
Jackson's Points per game average is now second overall at an average of 29.222. Mahomes is 6th at 26.087. CMC still leads fantasy with 30.078.
Even as a big supporter, I don't think any of us realized just how good he would be playing this year. To put what Lamar has done as a passer so far in his young career in perspective;
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_N ... ser_rating
You've left out I think a key stat which is pass attempts a game. When Lamar is throwing 20 passes a game and Mahomes is throwing 40 a game. If Lamar was asked to do that he'd have a hard time replicating that completion percentage. Mahomes has also played in nearly 2 full games less due to injury (hardly played vs Denver) and has 2600 yards passing vs 2000 for Jackson. I also think Mahomes took a dip when he was playing hurt weeks 3-7 but what you saw yesterday is what I expect to see out of him the rest of the season.
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