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12/02/2019

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Tom Brady is off to one of the best four-game starts to a season we have ever seen. Vans Shoes Clearance . Usually in this space wed explore exactly what Brady is doing well from a QBR perspective, but when that answer is just about everything, we need to take a different approach. Instead, lets put Bradys first four games into context: Since returning from his four-game suspension in Week 5, Brady has had the highest weekly Total QBR three times -- nobody else has led a week more than once so far in 2016.Historically, only Aaron Rodgers in 2011 has managed to be a weekly Total QBR leader on three occasions through Week 8. Rodgers actually did it three times in the first six weeks of that season. Impressive, but it doesnt beat Brady doing it three times in four games.What about putting up a 90+ QBR figure three times in a players first four games to start a season? Only Peyton Manning in his 55 touchdown campaign of 2013 can match that start.There is some luck involved in leading a week, as quarterbacks dont have control over how others around the league perform. But this isnt a case of Brady playing in a highly efficient manner on a small number of plays. Using our Points Added metric, which measures the number of points a quarterback has added to his team in comparison to the hypothetical average quarterback, given the same number of plays, nobody is close to Brady since his return.Even when we extend out to capture the first four weeks of the season when Brady was suspended, only Matt Ryan (35.8 points added) has added more points to his team, relative to an average QB, than Brady.To put this number into some context, it comes out to just over 7.5 points per game, which would be by far be the highest per-game number since 2006, the first year we recorded QBR. If Brady could somehow maintain this lofty pace, hed end up with 90.5 points added, which would rank second behind Bradys own historic 2007 season, where he played in all 16 games and ended with 96.2 points added.The road aheadThere are a few challenges on the Patriots remaining schedule, as they host Seattle (seventh-best opponent QBR allowed) in Week 10 and are on the road against Denver (ninth-best), but outside of that, they play a fairly easy remaining set of defenses, including the Jets (27th) twice, the 49ers (22nd) and the Rams (20th).Those circumstances should give Brady a chance challenge his already lofty QBR standards. A look at his week-by-week numbers to date in 2016. Vans Shoes Outlet USA . Schenn scored the game-winning goal and added two assists to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4-1 win over the Calgary Flames at the Scotiabank Saddledome on Tuesday. Discount Vans Shoes . According to a report from the Vancouver Province, the Lions are expected to replace former DC Rich Stubler with defensive backs coach Mark Washington. http://www.vansoutletstore.com/ . -- For the first time in two months, an opponent was standing up to Alabama. With the College Football Playoff committee preparing to release its first rankings of the season Tuesday night (7 p.m. ET on ESPN, WatchESPN), we commissioned our own focus group -- of more than 100,000 fans -- to predict the national champion.The results of our week-long poll -- which we broke down both nationally and state-by-state -- showed just how split the country is among the top teams and how parochial fans of college football are. Alabama was SportsNations choice to win the national title, but only by a hair:Some interesting takeaways from our poll results:The ultimate margin between Alabama (8-0, 5-0 SEC) and Michigan (8-0, 5-0 Big Ten) was just 70 votes out of more than 104,000 total votes cast. The Wolverines (17) won more states than the Crimson Tide (14) despite falling just short in the popular vote.Every school among the 10 finalists picked by ESPN.coms experts won at least its home state save for Baylor (6-1, 3-1 Big 12). The state of Texas was won by Texas A&M (7-1, 4-1 SEC). Clemson (8-0, 5-0 ACC), Louisville (7-1; 5-1 ACC), Ohio State (7-1, 4-1 Big Ten) and Texas A&M each came out on top in just one state apiece.The most lopsided states were Alabama and West Virginia, with the Tide and Mountaineers (6-1, 3-1 Big 12) each garnering 83 percent of votes in their home states. Following close behind was Michigan, which received 80 percent of votes in its home state, and Washington (8-0, 5-0 Pac-12), at 79 percent. Nebraska (7-1, 4-1 Big Ten) won its home state by 60 percentage points.So, how did your state vote? Here are the results for each one:Alabama 83% -- Alabama 5% -- Michigan 2% -- Ohio State 2% -- Washington 8% -- All othersAlaska35% -- Washington 26% -- Alabama 17% -- Michigan 23% -- All othersArizona25% -- Michigan 21% -- Alabama 15% -- Washington 39% -- all othersArkansas49% -- Alabama 11% -- Michigan 7% -- Nebraska 32% -- All othersCalifornia29% -- Michigan 21% -- Washington 20% -- Alabama 29% -- All othersColorado23% -- Michigan 21% -- Alabama 19% -- Nebraska 36% -- All othersConnecticut32% -- Michigan 27% -- Alabama 8% -- West Virginia 33% -- All othersDelaware25% -- West Virginia 23% -- Michigan 20% -- Ohio State 32% -- All othersFlorida37% -- Alabama 24% -- Michigan 10% -- Ohio State 29% -- All othersGeorgia47% -- Alabama 13% -- Clemson 13% -- Michigan 28% -- All othersHawaii34% -- Washington 19% -- Alabama 15% -- Michigan 22% -- All othersIdaho42% -- Washington 22% -- Alabama 16% -- Michigan 19% -- All othersIllinois39% -- Michigan 20% -- Alabama 11% -- Ohio State 30% -- All othersIndiana39% -- Michigan 16% -- Alabama 16% -- Ohio State 28% -- All othersIowa36% -- Nebraska 26% -- Michigan 20% -- Alabama 19% -- All othersKansas39% -- Nebraska 23% -- Alabama 15% -- Michigan 23% -- All othersKentucky60% -- Louisville 15% -- Alabama 9% -- Michigan 16% -- All othersLouisiana51% -- Alabama 14% -- Michigan 7% -- Texas A&M 28% -- All othersMaine36% -- Michigan 15% -- Alabama 12% -- Clemson 38% -- All othersMaryland33% -- West Virginia 21% -- Alabama 19% -- Michigan 27% -- All othersMassachusetts34% -- Michigan 22% -- Alabama 9% -- Ohio State 34% -- All othersMichigan80% -- Michigan 8% -- Alabama 6% -- Ohio State 6% -- All othersMinnesota35% -- Michigan 22% -- Alabama 19% -- Nebraska 24% -- All othersMississippi66% -- Alabama 11% -- Michigan 5% -- Ohio State 19% -- All othersMissouri27% -- Alabama 24% -- Michigan 18% -- Nebraska 32% -- All othersMontana30% -- Washington 22% -- Michigan 18% -- Alabama 31% -- All othersNebraska72% -- Nebraska 12% -- Alabama 9% -- Michigan 8% -- All othersNevada29% -- Michigan 22% -- Washington 19% -- Alabama 30% -- All othersNew Hampshire33% -- Alabama 31% -- Michigan 7% -- Washington 29% -- All othersNew Jersey32% -- Michigan 22% -- Alabama 12% -- West Virginia 34% -- All othersNew Mexico27% -- Alabama 21% -- Michigan 12% -- Texas A&M 40% -- All othersNew York34% -- Michigan 20% -- Alabama 14% -- West Virginia 33% -- All othersNorth Carolina?28% -- Alabama 21% -- Clemson 18% -- Michigan 33% -- All othersNorth Dakota26% -- Michigan 23% -- Nebraska 20% -- Alabama 31% -- All othersOhio53% -- Ohio State 25% -- Michigan 11% -- Alabama 12% -- All othersOklahoma33% -- Alabama 18% -- Michigan 12% -- Nebraska 37% -- All othersOregon45% -- Washington 20% -- Alabama 15% -- Michigan 21% -- All othersPennsylvania28% -- West Virginia 26% -- Michigan 18% -- Alabama 30% -- All othersRhode Island?29% -- Michigan 29% -- Alabama 11% -- West Virginia 30% -- All othersSouth Carolina?65% -- Clemson 13% -- Alabama 7% -- Michigan 14% -- All othersSouth Dakota50% -- Nebraska 18% -- Michigan 17% -- Alabama 15% -- All othersTennessee44% -- Alabama 15% -- Clemson 15% -- Michigan 26% -- All othersTexas33% -- Texas A&M 26% -- Alabama 11% -- Michigan 30% -- All othersUtah28% -- Alabama 27% -- Washington 23% -- Michigan 23% -- All othersVermont42% -- Michigan 25% -- Alabama 8% -- Clemson 25% -- All othersVirginia26% -- Alabama 23% -- West Virginia 20% -- Michigan 32% -- All othersWashington79% -- Washington 10% -- Alabama 5% -- Michigan 7% -- All othersWest Virginia83% -- West Virginia 9% -- Alabama 2% -- Michigan 6% -- All othersWisconsin39% -- Michigan 29% -- Alabama 9% -- Nebraska 23% -- All othersWyoming25% -- Nebraska 22% -- Michigan 15% -- Washington 39% -- All others Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys From China Cheap Nike Basketball Jerseys Wholesale Hockey Jerseys China Nike Baseball Jerseys Cheap College Jerseys China Cheap Football Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Canada Wholesale NHL Jerseys Canada Wholesale Nike MLB Jerseys Canada Cheap NBA Jerseys Authentic Canada Stitched Soccer Jerseys Canada Cheap Jerseys Canada NFL ' ' '