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Per game stats for Player A: 1.23 TDs, 220.4 passing yards, 0.7 interceptions, 60.5 completion %, 86.3 passer rating Per game stats for Player B: 1.15 TDs, 194.2 passing yards, 0.72 interceptions, 66% completion percentage, 90.1 passer rating. Keep in mind that Player B’s stats are slightly skewed. He left several games in the middle of the season due to injury, but were counted as full games in his average. Anyway, these stats suggest that these two quarterbacks are fairly similar in effectiveness. Player A might have more big play potential with his higher TD and yardage averages, but Player B completes so many more passes that his passer rating still trumps Player A’s. Neither player is elite, but both are solid starting quarterbacks.
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