In addition to the standard height weight speed measurements that football players undergo, there has been an attempt to ascertain what the successful NFL QBs have that the NFL QBs who fail do not have. An empirical rule called the "26, 27, 60 QB Rules" has been devined to segregate the winners from the losers. Essentially, it measures brain power, successful collegiate longevity, and collegiate throwing accuracy. A successful NFL QB will possess more than a 26 on his Wonderlic score; have started 27 or more college games; and possess an accuracy of 60% or better. RIVA RANTS: 26-27-60 Rule Brady failed one of the criteria, as he only started 25 games in college, losing some starts to Drew Henson. Ryan Mallett fails one of the criteria, with his completion accuracy finishing at 59% while his Wonderlic was OK with a 26, and he started 29 games.