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There's a general feeling that quarterbacks who play indoors have an advantage over those who don't. If you've ever made a decision on whether or not to start a quarterback based on that belief, check this out:
Over the first 10 weeks of the NFL season, for games played indoors, quarterbacks averaged 35.8 attempts and 7.0 yards per attempt. Those who played outdoors gained 7.1 yards per attempt on 33.8 attempts. So, the real difference amounts to less than 14 yards per game, or about ...
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