Originally Posted by GuidoYaztremski
You know, that's the perception, but not the reality. He actually gets very few roughing calls for instance compared to other QBs. Once again, this board plays loose with the facts that just don't exist....
The whole list and rest of the story: http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/s...vorites-092911
Your graph is useless. Of course the referees don't call roughing on plays where no one is able to actually make contact with Brady.
Find me a graph with calls per contact not calls per pass. Even then you have to assume that the defensive players aren't more careful with the way they contact marquee QB's (Brady, rogers, Peyton) than scrubs. I don't think that's a safe assumption.
All your graph proves in Brady has a pretty good OL.