Hey guys post your names here and how serious you take the game whether you are just an "im in between LoL games player" or a "I play this all day" player, regardless post it here. Ill keep this updated with every ones names in the topic post.
I agree with SugarBear. I believe anyone who has 100+ rank games is probably around where he should be (there are cases of bad luck and hardships to get out of... say... bad placements ugh). I mean it is still possible to change how the player is and their ranking, but most of the time it happens after the player changes a certain habit or gameplay. At least that is my opinion.
Also, I would be afraid that rating other players will just create some kind of frustration or conflict between our players (players not being ok with how they were rated, say a certain plat player going like hey I'm better than this guy why did they rate me lower and you know... it could crumble). I believe if we want to get better it would be to participate in CDNs and learn from the captains or ask tips and such when playing with other players (duo, ranked 5s, even normals). Also, this may sound stupid, but for jungling, when I want to try a new champ, I do it against intermediate bots, basically I can practice my ganks without having to fear getting counter jungled, removing an aspect of jungling yes, but permitting to get the rotations and times better for that champ.
Also, knowing how people rate your different positions, will give you an idea of what is your strong and weak points, but it could also point you in a wrong direction (you could get a 2/10 and a 9/10 from 2 different people depending on their point of views and what games they assisted which could easily falsify the rating).
Anyways that is my opinion, take it or leave it but yeah, learning from mistakes in games and from replays will help you decide how to treat your roles. Also, noting your performances depending on your role as well (some websites like Lolking and such keep records of your different laning scores and your performances per champ in ranked games, and well if you consistently play a certain champ in a certain role it gives you an idea per role how you fare).
But I do believe after games, having the opinion of your teammates and having an exchange of what went well and what is to be ameliorated is a great way to get better. Especially in duo queues, since that will help your teamwork alot and your synchronisation in game. And death timers... to me, are the longest 15-60 seconds of reflection of the omg what did I just do mental replay time.
EVEN THOUGH I said I wasn't going to comment on here until I spent a little bit more time with you, I just wanted to drop in because you really are a super awesome guy to play with. We played quite a few ranked games the other night and let me just say that this is one of the most chill dudes you could ever queue up with. I definitely enjoyed our game time together and hopefully we can start stomping through some more ranked games in the near future :} <3