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Quarterback Interception Rates - INT%: 2013 NFL Season

Quarterback Interception Rate is a statistic in football used to measure the percentage of passing attempts by a quarterback that are intercepted by the opposing team. Interception rate is calculated by dividing the total number of passing interceptions by the total number of passing attempts by a quarterback.

The lower the interception rate the better.

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Interception rate can be used to determine the efficiency of a quarterback in avoiding turnovers and as corollary their ability to manage risk when making pass attempts. Secondary factors that should be taken into consideration when evaluating a quarterback based off of their interception rate is the quality of the receivers and offensive line of the team.

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