A jumbled mess. The correlation value is just 0.123 (roughly the same strength as the persistence of Int rate). Remember, if the "Sacks INSTEAD of INTs" narrative holds, we should see a negative correlation (so more sacks equals fewer interceptions). That’s not what we have. As explained, I need more data and a deeper dig before coming up with any conclusion I can feel comfortable about. In all likelihood, we need to groups QBs by "type" and evaluate them within discrete groups according to their attributes.
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