Ex-DB Smoot charged with domestic assault Ex-NFL defensive back Fred Smoot has been charged with misdemeanor domestic assault after a woman called police to say he grabbed her during a fight at a Virginia home.
Andrew Luck finished each of his first two seasons with a top-ten Total QBR and currently ranks eighth in the league this season. After finishing in the top five in his rookie season, Robert Griffin III has been near the bottom of the league each of the last two seasons. Note: Griffin is not technically a qualified quarterback this season. The below rank is where he would rank as a qualified quarterback.
Another good illustration of the divergent paths of RGIII and Andrew Luck comes on downfield throws. Griffin had the 2nd-best completion percentage in the league on throws at least 20 yards downfield during his rookie season, throwing 7 touchdowns and no interceptions. His 23.1 completion percentage this year would rank 31st if he was a qualified quarterback.
Two years later, it's Andrew Luck who has the 2nd-best completion percentage on downfield throws. While Griffin had 16 deep completions (22nd in the league) during his 14-game rookie season, Luck's connected on a league-most 28 through only 11 games.
Andrew Luck's TD-Int ratio has improved each season and currently ranks 9th in the league this season. Luck's 29 touchdown passes this season are third most in the league. Robert Griffin III's TD-Int ratio during his rookie season was third best in the league, but has dropped dramatically each of the last two seasons.
While Robert Griffin III had a higher Total QBR in his rookie season than Andrew Luck, he has been trending in the wrong direction over the last two seasons. Meanwhile, Luck is currently having the best season of his career in terms of Total QBR.
T.Y. Hilton's 15 100-yard receiving games currently puts him in a tie for 3rd-most since the AFL-NFL merger over a player's first 3 seasons. He still has 5 regular season games left to cut into Randy Moss' 19.