Furor erupts over PFF’s negative grade for Aaron Rodgers’ 5-touchdown MNF performance

After NFL analytics website ProFootballFocus (PFF) revealed its negative game rating for Packers QB Aaron Rodgers’ Monday Night Football performance, a mob of incredulous NFL fans began urging PFF to (discount) double check its model.

Rodgers completed 24-of-35 passes for 333 yards and five touchdown passes against zero interceptions, good for a 138.5 passer rating. But PFF, which grades every player’s performance on every play according to its more nuanced model, saw it differently. Take a look at how Rodgers, who graded a negative 0.8 for the game, stacked up against other QBs in Week 3:

The comments on that post are . . . interesting.

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