Kirk Cousins’ PFF grade rises over 3 factors since Tuesday

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The Minnesota Vikings’ historic comeback over the Indianapolis Colts didn’t come with out controversy.

Quarterback Kirk Cousins’ initial PFF grade got here in at 57.4, which by PFF’s grading is barely beneath common. That doesn’t make a lot sense contemplating that Cousins won the NFC Offensive Player of the Week award with a stat line of 34-54 for 460 yards, 4 touchdowns and two interceptions that PFF each deemed not his fault.

On Wednesday morning, PFF now shows his grade to be 3.4 points higher, which is now at 60.8.

What might have modified his grade? This may occur infrequently, as a second have a look at a sport can change a grade, identical to a trainer rereading a scholar’s essay can do the identical.

One factor that can not be missed is the fan outrage for a way low he was graded. Followers have been up in arms about it and analysts have been a little bit confused why it was low resulting from his wonderful efficiency within the second half with me amongst them.

Why the grade modified we don’t know for certain, however it did and that’s because of the optimistic play from Cousins.

Story originally appeared on Vikings Wire

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