What is a good Pro Football Focus grade?

The ratings correlate this way: 90.0 and higher, elite; 80.0-89.9, high quality; 70.0-79.9, above average; 60.0-69.9, average; 50.0-59.9, below average; 49.9 and below, poor.

What is the highest PFF grade ever?

Taking out the pass-blocking and receiving grades, Indianapolis Colts runner Jonathan Taylor had the highest PFF run grade (88.2) as he led the league in first-down or touchdown rate on the ground.

What is the PFF ranking in NFL football?

PFF grades every NFL player on every play on a scale of -2 to +2 using half point increments. The grades are based on context and performance.

Is an 80 PFF grade good?

An 80.0 game grade is not close to one of the best games of all-time, but 16 games of 80.0 grades will equal an outstanding season of consistency and likely one of the better seasons in a given year.

Who runs PFF?

Cris Collinsworth
Cris Collinsworth is the owner and chairman of Pro Football Focus, an award-winning NBC broadcaster and former NFL player.

How many sacks has Jake Matthews allowed?


Offense Snaps Played 1029
Penalties 6
Sacks Allowed 3
Hits Allowed
Total Pressures Allowed

Who is PFF owned by?

Who founded PFF?

Neil Hornsby
Neil Hornsby founded PFF in 2006 as nothing more than a hobby. Somehow it took on a life of its own and in 2014, with 13 NFL teams as customers and 8 full-time staff, the then UK based company was purchased by Cris Collinsworth and moved to the US.

Who created PFF?

Who is the best QB in the NFL 2021?

2021 QB Power Rankings | 1-16 1. Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs. If you were starting an NFL franchise today, I don’t think there’s another… 2. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers. Winning is important to Aaron Rodgers. And while the Green Bay franchise has rubbed… 3. Russell Wilson, Seattle

What do PFN’s QB power rankings of 2021 include?

NOTE: PFN’s QB Power Rankings of 2021 include player statistics from the current season. Rank among all starting QBs shown in parentheses.

Are QB rankings shifting ahead of Week 2?

The top of this week’s QB power rankings will look familiar. But for much of the list, there’s been a lot of shifting ahead of Week 2. No single position in football has a greater influence on a team’s success (or failure) than the quarterback. There’s no disputing that. But which signal-caller is the best?

Where does Kirk Cousins rank in QB power rankings?

Sunday was the classic big-number-capped-with-a-loss outing for Kirk Cousins. The Vikings let their guard down in this one, committing countless penalties and literally fumbling the game away in overtime. But Cousins’ play was steady. For that reason, he remains in the 15th slot of this week’s QB power rankings.