Charlie Batch and the Cost of Obfuscation
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Charlie Batch and the Cost of Obfuscation

 The hot Florida sun shone down on fans, coaches, and players alike as Charlie Batch took the snap and kneeled down to seal a commanding 38-13 win for the Pittsburg Steelers. He may not know it, but with his performance in that 2010 game, the 35 year old NFL quarterback tied an all-time record for ESPN’s total quarterback rating (QBR). Despite 2 interceptions in only 18 plays, but with 12 completed passes for 187 yards and 3 touchdowns, Batch somehow tied two other performances for the highest single game rating ever achieved by an NFL quarterback (a perfect 99.9). The

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