This is a good way of judging a quarterback’s total impact by breaking out his EPA generated in various phases of the game: passing, sacks (negative), scrambling and rushing. Scroll the table to the right on to see all the EPA components.
To get some perspective on how much a point added is worth, Max Mulitz has estimated that roughly 36 points – as part of point differential – equal out to one additional win versus an eight win baseline. Keep that number in mind when looking at these numbers.
*I obtained all data, including EPA calculations, using nflscrapR.
*I also broke out interceptions, scrambles and fumbles from the passing/rushing number to emphasize the effect of these unique plays.
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