A good offense is kind of like an overstuffed chair: The more you immerse yourself in it, the more…
Quantifying QB play
There's no doubt that Jonathan Crompton, Nick Stephens and B. J. Coleman performed poorly last fall. They combined to complete just 49.5 percent of their passes for a mere 1,750 yards with more interceptions (9) than touchdowns (8). Crompton, who started the first four games and the last two, completed just 51.5 percent of his passes for 889 yards with 4 TDs and 5 interceptions. Stephens, who started the middle six games, completed a paltry 48.5 percent for 840 yards with 4 TDs and 3 interceptions – two of which were returned for touchdowns. Coleman saw action at Vanderbilt, completing 4 of 8 passes for 21 yards with no TDs and one interception that was returned for a touchdown. Neither Crompton, Stephens nor Coleman reminded anyone of Peyton Manning last fall. But, as a group...
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