Thursday, September 24, 2009

Section II Quarterback Ratings

Here are the NFL quarterback rating leaders after Week 3 of the regular season, among quarterbacks with at least 300 yards passing

157.9 - Phil Neumann - Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake

155.4 - Hunter McCarthy - Albany Academy

152.8 - Mike Brewster - Hoosick Falls

132.6- T.J. McLaughlin - Lansingburgh

127.7 - Seth Hidde - Fonda-Fultonville

122.7 - Kyle Parmenter - Cambridge

113.3 - Vinnie Corcitto - Lake George

110.6 - Ryan Smith - Guilderland

105.9 - Chad McCloskey - Gloversville

99.8 - Brendan Frye - Warrensburg

96.1 - Josh Floeser - Cohoes

89.4 - Adam Biron - Johnstown

88.3 - Mike Murray - La Salle

86.7 - Peyton Stahler - Canajoharie

71.4 - Ryan Duncan - Voorheesville

56.5 - Ryan Macari - Averill Park

52.2 - Austin Bateman - Schuylerville

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Remember, the NFL QB rating is a formula that balances out four major components of a quarterback's performance - completion percentage, yardage, high number of touchdowns thrown and a low number of interceptions thrown.

The maximum rating is 158.3 and anything over 100 is generally considered as very good.

Check out the full stats package in Friday's edition of The Record, along with polls, staff picks, a complete Week 4 schedule, standings and a preview story on the Watervliet High defense pitching three straight shutouts to open the season.

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