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to vague of a question....if he throws for 500 yards and 6 td's and rushes for 100 and 2 td's and the team winds 56 to 50 I say 100% and on the other hand he throw 6 pick 6's and the team loses 42 to 35 I say 100% if he plays good and they win the % varies and so on.
 

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I always thought it came down to TEAM effort.
 

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He touches the ball on every offensive play. I said 70 per cent.
 

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Technically..... Only one man does that, and he is NOT the QB!!!

Just putting that out there....
Nothing like being technical. The 3 exclamation points really drove your message home. I stand corrected, you are 100 per cent right.

BTW, let me know the NEXT time that man throws a pass!!!
 

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Depends on the QB and the team and how the game goes. I don't think Russell Wilson figures too highly in this years win. I do think Peyton figures highly in the Broncos losing.

I think it varies from game to game and QB to QB.
 

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Danesdad said:
Depends on the QB and the team and how the game goes. I don't think Russell Wilson figures too highly in this years win. I do think Peyton figures highly in the Broncos losing.

I think it varies from game to game and QB to QB.

I know Seattle's defense was the main reason they won, but I thought Russell Wilson was very effective in the game, especially converting on 3rd downs. I was never really a fan of his but thought he played well.
 

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I feel he is 30%, then his O line is another 30% and receivers are 30% with the remaining 10% going to intangibles like coaching, weather and the 12th man.
A coach might call a few bad plays in a game but not enough that a decent team shouldn't be able to overcome in a 60 minute game, unless he screws up on the last couple plays.
 

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One thing about a QB, if he has a bad game the odds of winning go way down. I recall the first game vs. the Cowboys in 2013. The Eagles D only gave up 15 points but Foles was absolutely terrible and the Eagles scored only 3 points.

He has more control over the outcome of a game then any other single player on the team.
 

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Danesdad said:
Depends on the QB and the team and how the game goes. I don't think Russell Wilson figures too highly in this years win. I do think Peyton figures highly in the Broncos losing.

I think it varies from game to game and QB to QB.
I'd say Wilson did figure a lot in the Seattle win. Early in the game, while they did not score TDs they did manage to move the ball, keep Denver offense on the bench, and put a few points on the board. He "managed" a good game, if that is the right word. Good conversions on 3rd down, they played "ahead of the chains" as they say.

In the modern NFL with the rules they have today, QBs are a central figure in the game. The offenses are built around them and the defenses geared to stop them.

Seattle ran the ball adequately at best. Lynch was not in full "Beast Mode". And the Legion of Boom (while not really a Seattle fan, I have to give it up, that is a great nickname) is there to stop the passing game.

The QB needs the team to execute and the defense and special teams to show up, but I voted 30% is on the shoulders of the guy taking the snap.
 
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