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Touchdown to Interception Ratio: 2013 NFL Season

Touchdown to Interception Ratio compares the number of passing touchdowns a quarterback throws to interceptions thrown providing the number of passing touchdowns for each interception thrown. This statistics is used to measure how well a quarterback manages passing risk and reward.

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A higher ratio is better, very good NFL seasons will see a quarterback have a TD to INT ratio of over 2 with elite seasons over 4.  In 2010 Tom Brady had the best Touchdown to Interception ratio we've ever seen (with 9.0)

Click here to see: All-time TD to INT leaders.

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