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2006 MVP Analysis using the PER Sports Analysis
PER Sports NFL Analysis
The PER system objectively evaluates the
performance at the three skill positions of
quarterback, running-back, and wide
The PER Sports analysis evaluates football performance on multiple dimensions.
For Quarterbacks it measures their efficiency at passing and rushing the football (with a score of 100 in each category being an outstanding performer).
Running-backs are evaluated on their rushing and receiving abilities.
Similarly, Receivers are evaluated based on their ability to run and catch the football.
The passing stats includes completion percentage, yards per attempt, passing Touchdowns, and penalizes for Interceptions and Fumbles lost. Whereas the rushing analysis considers yards per rush, rushing TDs and penalizes for rushing fumbles. Likewise, the receiving analysis yards per catch, receiving TDs and penalizes for fumbles lost.
The Most Valuable Player Efficiency Rating (MVPER) Analysis measures the top over-all performer, and most likely MVP throughout the regular season.