Advanced Quarterback Stats (2021)
What are advanced QB stats?
Advanced stats offer insight into a Quarterback's performance beyond the standard box score. These statistics provide a detailed view of how a QB accumulates passing yards along with the defensive pressure he faces. To view standard stats, check out our QB Stats reports.
|GAMES||PASSING||DEEP BALL PASSING||PRESSURE||MISC|
|Rank||Player||G||CMP||ATT||PCT||YDS||Y/A||AIR||AIR/A||10+ YDS||20+ YDS||30+ YDS||40+ YDS||50+ YDS||PKT TIME||SK||KNCK||HRRY||BLITZ||POOR||DROP||RZ ATT||RTG|
|1||Patrick Mahomes II (KC)||5||135||195||69%||1,479||7.6||824||4.2||57||15||7||4||1||2.2||7||19||21||29||32||8||28||109|
|2||Tom Brady (TB)||5||149||225||66%||1,767||7.9||1,038||4.6||75||27||5||2||1||2.3||9||11||13||48||43||10||39||109|
|3||Lamar Jackson (BAL)||5||112||167||67%||1,519||9.1||991||5.9||58||24||9||5||0||2.6||13||12||15||55||22||9||24||99|
|4||Josh Allen (BUF)||5||114||183||62%||1,370||7.5||944||5.2||51||19||10||5||2||2.5||5||21||25||33||32||8||38||105|
|5||Justin Herbert (LAC)||5||139||207||67%||1,576||7.6||882||4.3||63||20||7||4||1||2.3||9||25||17||49||29||12||29||105|
|6||Kyler Murray (ARI)||5||124||165||75%||1,512||9.1||884||5.3||53||21||11||2||1||2.4||10||4||23||30||14||4||28||111|
|7||Jalen Hurts (PHI)||5||118||182||65%||1,365||7.5||705||3.9||54||16||5||3||2||2.4||10||11||28||57||20||8||26||92|
|8||Matthew Stafford (LAR)||5||117||172||68%||1,587||9.2||957||5.6||58||22||10||7||4||2.4||4||13||8||46||33||7||27||116|
|9||Sam Darnold (CAR)||5||120||183||65%||1,366||7.4||746||4.1||54||18||5||2||2||2.4||14||20||22||50||30||8||20||85|
|10||Dak Prescott (DAL)||5||122||165||74%||1,368||8.3||802||4.9||54||17||7||3||0||2.2||9||12||8||71||19||4||25||116|
|11||Daniel Jones (NYG)||5||101||157||64%||1,282||7.8||881||5.6||51||15||6||2||1||2.5||8||14||18||53||23||10||15||92|
|12||Russell Wilson (SEA)||5||90||125||72%||1,196||9.6||696||5.6||44||17||7||4||4||2.2||13||12||23||30||18||2||10||120|
|13||Kirk Cousins (MIN)||5||133||191||70%||1,396||7.3||872||4.5||56||18||4||1||1||2.3||9||20||36||66||28||10||16||104|
|14||Derek Carr (LV)||5||131||205||64%||1,605||7.8||980||4.8||64||25||8||2||2||2.5||15||16||26||58||34||11||25||93|
|15||Taylor Heinicke (WAS)||5||102||159||64%||1,208||7.6||684||4.3||50||16||6||2||2||2.6||5||13||18||32||24||8||16||95|
|16||Jameis Winston (NO)||5||70||116||60%||892||7.7||559||4.8||36||9||5||4||3||2.6||9||16||13||50||25||7||15||99|
|17||Joe Burrow (CIN)||5||104||145||72%||1,269||8.8||678||4.7||49||16||8||4||2||2.3||14||13||12||37||16||7||10||107|
|18||Aaron Rodgers (GB)||5||107||163||66%||1,241||7.6||729||4.5||51||19||6||4||2||2.3||10||16||18||30||33||3||26||99|
|19||Matt Ryan (ATL)||5||141||204||69%||1,332||6.5||792||3.9||52||14||2||1||0||2.3||8||27||17||60||32||4||34||97|
|20||Ryan Tannehill (TEN)||5||110||173||64%||1,251||7.2||724||4.2||62||13||2||1||1||2.3||20||22||4||52||31||10||26||91|
|21||Carson Wentz (IND)||5||113||173||65%||1,322||7.6||735||4.2||52||17||7||4||1||2.5||12||27||19||56||29||6||22||100|
|22||Jared Goff (DET)||5||131||196||67%||1,303||6.6||613||3.1||51||19||3||2||0||2.5||14||22||21||47||35||6||21||91|
|23||Baker Mayfield (CLE)||5||97||145||67%||1,240||8.3||639||4.4||48||14||7||4||1||2.5||13||3||15||37||31||2||14||96|
|24||Trevor Lawrence (JAC)||5||104||175||59%||1,146||6.5||749||4.3||44||15||4||3||2||2.4||8||12||21||38||39||6||17||73|
|25||Teddy Bridgewater (DEN)||5||104||149||70%||1,180||7.9||793||5.3||50||15||5||1||1||2.5||11||15||27||55||22||4||20||103|
|26||Ben Roethlisberger (PIT)||5||124||195||64%||1,286||6.6||677||3.5||45||15||6||5||3||2.2||11||20||16||38||35||12||20||88|
|27||Mac Jones (NE)||5||135||190||71%||1,243||6.5||758||4.0||51||16||2||0||0||2.4||11||27||10||63||18||7||23||89|
|28||Jimmy Garoppolo (SF)||4||78||118||66%||925||7.8||507||4.3||35||9||4||2||1||2.2||6||12||8||31||13||9||12||98|
|29||Jacoby Brissett (MIA)||5||103||158||65%||858||5.4||559||3.5||30||11||2||1||0||2.4||12||14||22||39||23||12||12||67|
|30||Zach Wilson (NYJ)||5||98||171||57%||1,117||6.5||786||4.6||43||18||6||3||2||2.6||18||12||33||51||38||11||14||65|
|31||Trey Lance (SF)||4||25||48||52%||354||7.4||174||3.6||15||4||1||1||1||2.5||3||6||7||14||9||3||4||76|
|32||Davis Mills (HOU)||4||59||96||61%||669||7.0||411||4.3||26||6||5||2||1||2.2||11||9||10||28||12||3||8||80|
|33||Tyrod Taylor (HOU)||2||31||44||70%||416||9.5||256||5.8||15||8||3||2||1||2.1||1||5||7||14||8||2||8||128|
|34||Justin Fields (CHI)||5||37||72||51%||458||6.4||307||4.3||18||6||2||1||1||2.4||14||9||6||29||21||1||7||66|
|35||Taysom Hill (NO)||5||3||4||75%||12||3.0||3||0.8||0||0||0||0||0||2.4||0||0||0||1||1||0||2||22|
|36||Tua Tagovailoa (MIA)||2||17||31||55%||215||6.9||99||3.2||10||3||2||0||0||2.3||4||3||1||8||6||3||1||60|
|37||Andy Dalton (CHI)||3||37||50||73%||270||5.5||171||3.5||13||0||0||0||0||2.2||4||1||2||17||4||2||4||97|
|38||Geno Smith (SEA)||1||10||17||59%||131||7.7||63||3.7||6||3||0||0||0||2.6||0||1||3||3||5||0||3||78|
|39||Mike Glennon (NYG)||1||16||25||64%||196||7.8||113||4.5||10||2||1||0||0||2.6||0||4||3||9||3||1||6||68|
|40||Mitchell Trubisky (BUF)||3||2||2||100%||9||4.5||3||1.5||0||0||0||0||0||2.1||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||60|
|41||Drew Lock (DEN)||1||12||21||57%||113||5.4||69||3.3||4||1||1||0||0||2.4||3||4||5||8||6||1||3||52|
|42||Marcus Mariota (LV)||1||0||0||0%||0||0.0||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|43||Blaine Gabbert (TB)||2||3||3||100%||41||13.7||31||10.3||2||1||0||0||0||1.5||0||0||0||0||0||0||1||59|
|44||Ryan Fitzpatrick (WAS)||1||3||6||50%||13||2.2||7||1.2||0||0||0||0||0||1.8||1||2||1||0||1||1||0||56|
|45||Jordan Love (GB)||2||5||7||71%||68||9.7||50||7.1||2||1||1||0||0||2.4||1||0||0||3||1||0||2||51|
|46||Feleipe Franks (ATL)||2||0||0||0%||0||0.0||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|47||Nathan Peterman (LV)||1||0||0||0%||0||0.0||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|48||Jacob Eason (IND)||1||2||5||40%||25||4.0||18||3.6||2||0||0||0||0||2.8||0||1||0||0||1||1||0||17|
|49||Josh Rosen (ATL)||1||0||2||0%||0||0.0||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||2.4||0||0||2||1||1||0||0||40|
|50||Case Keenum (CLE)||1||0||0||0%||0||0.0||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|51||Colt McCoy (ARI)||1||0||0||0%||0||0.0||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
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Air Yards: 2021 NFL Stats For Fantasy Football
What are Air Yards?
Air Yards data has become one of the most important tools for fantasy football players in recent years — but what exactly are ‘Air Yards’?
Air Yards are simply a measure of how many yards the football travels in the air, from the line of scrimmage, regardless of whether the pass was completed.
So if the ball is snapped at the 50 yard line and the receiver is at the 40 yard line when the ball arrives, that’s 10 Air Yards — even if the pass was incomplete.
Why Air Yards matter for fantasy football
Air Yards have a strong correlation with actual yards. For example, among WRs in 2020, Air Yards were correlated with actual receiving yards with a linear r-squared over 0.85.
In simple terms, this means that Air Yards alone do a very, very good job of representing actual yards gained. And you can use this to your advantage to win in fantasy football.
But why not just look at actual yards gained, if that’s the stat we really care about? That’s where Air Yards becomes so important.
Knowing that Air Yards is a fantastic proxy for actual yards, we can reasonably predict players for a “breakout” if their Air Yard production is not resulting in actual yard production. There are, of course, exceptions to the rule, but Air Yards are a tremendous guide. You can use this information to buy low on players that your league mates have given up on.
What is the FTN Air Yards tool?
The FTN Air Yards tool is packed with all of the tech and data you need to win your fantasy football league. The tool is customizable, letting you filter by season, week, player, position, team, stat minimums (such as targets, receptions, yards, etc.) and more.
The tool features all of the stats you need and none of the ones you don’t, including:
- Receiving Yards
- Air Yards
- Average Depth of Target (aDOT)
- Yards After Catch or Reception (YAC)
- Touchdowns (TDs)
- RACR, which is a ratio that divides receiving yards by Air Yards
- Team Air Yard Market Share, which represents the percentage of a team’s total Air Yards that went to each player on that team (e.g. 100 out of 1,000 is 10%)
- Team Target Market Share, which represents the percentage of a team’s total targets that went to each player on that team (e.g. 50 out of 500 is 10%)
- WOPR, a weighted averaged incorporating each players’ share of Air Yard market share and target market share
- Total fantasy points scored (PPR)
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Air yards definition: How this stat can help in betting, fantasy football
By Avery Zimmerman, The Action Network
Tribune Content Agency|
Sep 15, 2021 at 2:19 PM
Air yards are defined as the amount of yards the ball traveled in the air on a passing play, from line of scrimmage to contact point. If the quarterback throws the ball at the 25-yard line and the pass is caught at the 20-yard line, the amount of air yards on the pass was five yards.
Air yards is a statistic that can be measured for multiple positions, mainly wide receivers, tight ends and quarterbacks. It is a statistic that is primarily used for players that engage in passing attempts on a consistent basis, though they also encompass anyone that catches passes, such as running backs.
The leader in air yards from the 2020 NFL regular season was Tom Brady. Calvin Ridley led the NFL in air yards for wide receivers. The top-10 leaders in air yards from the season for quarterbacks and wide receivers are listed below.
Because air yards account for both complete and incomplete passes, they give you an idea of how many passing yards or receiving yards a player could have garnered if 100% of the passes were completed. Of course, this does not account for yards after catch, but in theory, if every NFL pass was completed without the receiver gaining any yards after the reception, air yards depict what passing yards and receiving yards would look like.
Because of this, air yards can give you an idea of what numbers a quarterback or receiver may generate. This statistic can be used in congruence with WOPR, which can serve as a metric that combines targets and air yards, two important fantasy football metrics.
Can Air Yards Help Me With Betting?
Realistically, air yards is a statistic that is going to help you far more with fantasy and daily fantasy games than betting on teams in a point spread or moneyline fashion. It’s far more of an indicator of how well an individual will score in a fantasy setting than a team will score in a competitive game situation.
Seven of the top 10 average fantasy quarterback scorers are in the top 10 of air yards. The same comparison is listed for wide receivers in a standard scoring league below.
Only five of the top 10 leaders in the league for air yards are in the top 10 of average fantasy output for wide receivers.
As you can see, there is no direct correlation between air yards and points, but it can be a helpful statistic in predicting the output of a player for fantasy purposes.
2020 yards nfl air
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