As measured by DVOA - this measures all QBs by value added per play, not value added overall. Since Foles has far fewer starts than Manning, Manning is the best overall (per DYAR), but Foles edges him in DVOA.
Believe it or not, Manning's passing DVOA (44.7%) is no longer the best in the league. That honor, by the slimmest of margins, belongs to Philadelphia's Nick Foles (44.8%).I'm a numbers guy, and all I can say is through Foles might not be the best QB playing football today, it's impossible to be leading the league in DVOA after more than a couple of starts and still somehow suck. If he doesn't choke at home Sunday, I'll be all in on the Foles bandwagon.