Total QBR is a quarterback rating that takes into account all of a quarterback's contributions (passing, rushing, sacks, fumbles, penalties) to his team's scoring and winning and summarizes them into one number on a 0-100 scale, on which 50 is average.
For a game, the number can be interpreted as a percentile, so a score of 80 means a quarterback's performance is in the 80th percentile of all quarterbacks' games. For more about the methodology and statistics behind Total QBR, see here.
Matt Moore, who entered Week 9 with a 35.3 Total QBR (30th among 35 qualifiers this season), posted one of the highest single-game scores of the season with 97.7 on Sunday in Kansas City. Aaron Rodgers finished behind him with a Total QBR of 94.5, though he added more total value since he had 15 more action plays than Moore did on Sunday. This was Rodgers' fifth game with a Total QBR of 90 or higher this season -- three more than anyone else in the league.
Below is the full breakdown of Total QBR and its component statistics for all 26 NFL QBs with a minimum of 10 action plays in Week 9.