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1 minute ago, 18to87 said:

I've heard several criticize Rogers for throwing not to throw INT's. Aside from a few hail mary's he hasn't really done much since his superbowl win. 

 

It's an interesting stat, as yes to a degree good QBs don't throw many picks (%), but also you see game managers quite high up the list. Not the sort of guys who can throw the team on their back.

 

The point was more that  Luck has a bad rep as a turnover machine, he's far far from it. 

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