As we head toward the Super Bowl many teams (and fans) will be sitting at home mentally preparing for next season and reminiscing on what might have been.
Whatever way you spin it, there’s always an interesting way to look at stats from the previous season.

At Archer Education, they took a look at which quarterback may have been the best value per yard when looking at the top 10 QB’s (total yards)  from the regular season.

Name

Total Yards

Salary

Cost Per yard

Justin Herbert

5316

6,644,689

$1249

Joe Burrow

4729

9,047,534

$1913

Kyler Murray

4217

8,914,504

$2116

Tom Brady

5397

25,000,000

$4632

Derek Carr

4912

25,000,000

$5089

Matthew Stafford

4929

27,000,000

$5477

Kirk Cousins

4336

33,000,000

$7610

Patrick Mahomes

5220

45,000,000

$8260

Josh Allen

5170

43,005,667

$8318

Dak Prescott

4595

40,000,000

$8705

Name

Total Yards

Salary

Cost Per yard


Justin Herbert comes in at number 1 costing the LA Chargers ‘just’ $1,249 per yard gained! Dak proves to be considerably more expensive, coming in at $8,705 per yard.

Now of course it would be impossible not to look at our Super Bowl matchup. Joe Burrow ultimately could be seen as the best value. Leading his team through the regular season at $1,913 per yard and now to the Super Bowl.


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