Questions and answers on bad decisions
KC Joyner tackles a few of the persistent questions regarding his controversial bad decision metric.
Explain why a quarterback's bad decision total is sometimes lower than his interception total.
The best question along this line came from an e-mailer named JK who asked why Tom Brady had only four bad decisions when he threw fourteen interceptions. The problem with this line of thinking is that it assumes the quarterback is always responsible for an interception. This obviously isn't the case, as there are many things outside a quarterback's decision making that can cause interceptions. The best way to illustrate this is to detail what caused each of Brady's fourteen interceptions last year:
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