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NFL Quarterbacks Shine Bright and Fall Short in Week 13

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Salman Khan
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NFL Quarterbacks Shine Bright and Fall Short in Week 13

Week 13 of the NFL season unfurled some exceptional performances by several quarterbacks. Among the shining stars, San Francisco 49ers' quarterback, Purdy, delivered a standout performance by completing 19 of 27 passes for 314 yards and four touchdowns, without any interceptions. His exceptional gameplay garnered him a total QBR of 82.1.

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Love’s Impressive Stride

On the other hand, Green Bay's Love continued his stellar performance, landing the second-best total QBR in the NFL for Week 14. He chalked up 25 completes from 36 attempts for 267 yards and three touchdowns. Love's consistent performance has been a driving force behind Green Bay's success this season.

Smith's Valiant Effort in Defeat

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Despite losing to the Cowboys, Smith of the Seahawks managed to secure the highest Total QBR for Week 13, a remarkable 91.2. His performance included three touchdowns and a rushing score, proving his mettle even in the face of defeat.

Stafford’s Noteworthy Comeback

Rams' Stafford also showcased a noteworthy comeback, scoring a 78.5 in Total QBR. His performance would prove instrumental in boosting the team's morale for the upcoming games.

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Surprise of the Week: Browning

The surprise of the week was none other than Browning, who played on Monday night. He led the league in completion percentage with an impressive 86.5%, along with a respectable Total QBR of 84.0.

Conversely, Mayfield of the Bucs and Boyle, the now-former quarterback of the Jets, didn't shine as brightly. Mayfield touched only a 48.3% completion rate, and Boyle was eventually replaced by Trevor Siemian after an underwhelming performance.

Week 13 has thus been a roller coaster for NFL quarterbacks, with some rising to the occasion and others falling short of expectations. With the season still on, it's yet to be seen how the dynamics will play out in the coming weeks.

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