Sando on his NFC West blog was commenting on this subject here: http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcwest/post/_/ ... nick-oh-my
There was no surprise in seeing Wilson emerge from that game with an 85.4 QBR score for the game. He was that good.
Russells stats for that game: We know, 60 percent pass completion, 2 tds no picks 1 sack taken
For Colin Kapernicus:
A case could be made that he cost his team the game with a poor decision leading to a safety and a botched pitch. That is why I was quite surprised to see QBR reward Kaepernick with an 82.4 score Sunday.
So our qb barely got a marginally higher QBR than a quarterback that gave, singlehandedly, 9 points to the other team.
Colins Stats: 6.5 yds per attempt 65 percent comp rushed for about the same yardage, slightly higher.
Remember how RW balled against the jets but fell to a sub 40 QBR because of the fumble td? How is colin higher despite doing the same thing, and giving up a safety?