So what does this all really mean? How much value can we ascribe to Mike Reilly because of his sneaks? The question really is difficult, as there are a number of confounding factors, including play-call, offensive line, defensive line, etc. Mike Reilly appears to be about 6.5% better than league average on QB sneaks. Given Mike Reilly's volume, a league average quarterback would have about 12 QB sneak touchdowns on the same number of attempts from the goal line. Therefore, though Reilly’s rushing touchdowns jump off the page, he really only gained 1 touchdown over average, and his 12 rushing touchdowns were mostly as a result of volume (he was the QB doing the sneak), instead of his skill (ie, a replacement could come in and do close to the same job, like many other teams do). Moreover, QB sneak success rate could be attributed to the offensive line more than the actual quarterback. Unfortunately, Reilly was the only Eskimos quarterback to sneak the ball, and thus, we cannot compare him to another quarterback behind the same offensive line.