2011 NFL POSITIVE IMPACT FACTOR NEWS

Tom Brady Wins AFC East 2011 Regular Season Positive Impact Factor

After the 2011 NFL regular season, Tom Brady leads the Positive Impact Factor standings (what's this?) for the AFC East. Check back to see how he did in the AFC and among all the NFL quarterbacks. Here's the 2011 AFC East PIF Standings (PIF with sacks counted as rushes like the NCAA in brackets): 1. Tom Brady, New England Patriots: 47.8 (53.2) 2. Ryan Fitzpatrick, Buffalo...
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January 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Colt McCoy Wins AFC North 2011 Positive Impact Factor

While the Cleveland Browns finished fourth in the AFC North this season, their quarterback Colt McCoy finished first among the division's quarterbacks in the Positive Impact Factor (what's this?). Here's the 2011 AFC North PIF Standings (PIF with sacks counted as rushes like the NCAA in brackets): 1. Colt McCoy, Cleveland Browns, 39.1 (43.8) 2. Andy Dalton, Cincinnati...
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January 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Matt Schaub Wins 2011 AFC South Positive Impact Factor

Matt Schaub only played 10 games this season but had enough touches to qualify for the Positive Impact Factor (what's this?) standings and he led the AFC South this season. Instead of his usual nemesis Peyton Manning, Schaub was in a battle with Matt Hasselbeck for the top spot. Here's the 2011 AFC South PIF Standings (PIF with sacks counted as rushes like the NCAA in brackets...
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January 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Tim Tebow Wins AFC West 2011 Positive Impact Factor

Tim Tebow won the AFC West 2011 Positive Impact Factor (what's this?) standings with plays like the one above. As you might have seen yesterday, he was on fire against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the playoffs. You'll have to wait to see how Tebow ranks in the playoff PIF. Let's just say he's off to a good start. Here's the 2011 AFC West 2011 Positive Impact Factor...
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January 09, 2012  |  Discuss
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