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The Height of Every Starting NFL Quarterback . Tweet . If you laid out all the starting NFL quarterbacks from the 2016 season head-to-toe, not only would it be an incredibly weird thing to do, but they would equal a 67-yard gain. Specifically, the combined heights of all 32 starting QBs is 201 feet and three inches. ...

deadspin.com/chart-the-height-and-weight-of-every-nfl...

Over on Reddit, user Craig Booth scraped the NFL's team roster websites for height and weight information and compiled it into the excellent graphic above. As this visualization makes clear ...

www.reddit.com/r/dataisbeautiful/comments/1oh47i/height...

Similarly, compare NFL, NBA and MLB for common height/weight sizes. The idea is to answer the question, if you're a 6'6 3-sport athlete, which sport is better for you long term? I suppose you'd have to add in money to the equation too.

www.businessinsider.com/average-height-weight-nfl-nba...

On his blog SportChart, Tomer Cohen charted the average height and weight of athletes in nearly a dozen major sports. It gives you some pretty interesting perspective on just how big NBA and NFL ...

public.tableau.com/en-us/s/gallery/height-and-weight-nfl

This visualization by Shine Pulikathara analyzes the heights and weights of the NFL players for the 2015 regular season.

ftw.usatoday.com/2013/10/nfl-heights-weights-tallest-fattest

An astrophysicist at the University of Chicago compiled the heights and weights of all NFL players and dropped them into a handy graph that shows the averages and extremes of NFL bodies across all ...

noahveltman.com/nflplayers

NFL players: height & weight over time ... The player height/weight data is taken from NFL.com player profiles. What's up with the blob separating into multiple groups in the 1990s? That likely reflects increased specialization of body type by position, with the heaviest group containing offensive linemen and defensive tackles, the smallest ...

www.fftoday.com/rankings/playerrank.php?o=2

I think this will be one of the most improved divisions in the NFL, and the fantasy quarterback pool is deep enough where I'm not sure Rodgers will be the weekly advantage he has in the past, but make no mistake, this #12 in green and gold is still the best in the league.

www.nfl.com/teams/roster?team=NE

ACT = Active RES = Injured reserve NON = Non football related injured reserve SUS = Suspended PUP = Physically unable to perform UDF = Unsigned draft pick

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Despite being in a new offense that he had to learn mid-way through a season and without a true WR1 on the roster, Garoppolo showed that he possesses the physical skills to be an excellent NFL quarterback, even outside the system in New England.