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HomesteadHorn
09-14-2012, 03:23 PM
Total QBR in Vince Young's last two seasons as a fulltime starter in Tennessee

2009

1. Peyton Manning - 82.9
2. Drew Brees - 79.7
3. Philip Rivers - 74.7
4. Vince Young - 70.3
5. Matt Schaub - 70.3
6. Aaron Rodgers - 70.2
7. Eli Manning - 69.8
8. Ben Roethlisberger - 67.3
9. Kurt Warner - 67.3
10. Brett Favre - 66.4

2010

1. Tom Brady - 76.8
2. Vince Young - 70.6
3. Matt Ryan - 69.5
4. Aaron Rodgers - 69.2
5. Peyton Manning - 68.6
6. Michael Vick - 68.0
7. Eli Manning - 65.9
8. Drew Brees - 65.3
9. Josh Freeman - 64.7
10. Ben Roethlisberger - 64.1

Total QBR 2009-11

1. Peyton Manning 75.9
2. Drew Brees 75.8
3. Aaron Rodgers 74.7
4. Tom Brady 71.3
5. Vince Young 69.2
6. Philip Rivers 66.5
7. Tony Romo 65.7
8. Matt Ryan 65.4
9. Matt Schaub 65.4
10. Michael Vick 64.9


Winning percentage since 2006 (minimum 20 starts)


Tom Brady – 66-15 (.815)
Peyton Manning – 61-19 (.763)
Matt Ryan – 43-19 (.694)
Joe Flacco – 44-20 (.688)
Aaron Rodgers – 41-21 (.661)
Ben Roethlisberger – 58-30 (.659)
Philip Rivers – 63-33 (.656)
Drew Brees – 62-33 (.653)
Vince Young – 31-19 (.620)
Tony Romo – 47-30 (.610)
Eli Manning – 57-39 (.594)
Mark Sanchez – 27-20 (.574)
Jake Delhomme – 27-20 (.574)
Mike Vick – 22-18 (.550)
Donovan McNabb – 38-34-1 (.527)
Rex Grossman – 21-19 (.525)
Jay Cutler – 41-37 (.523)
Matt Cassel – 28-26 (.519)
Alex Smith – 30-29 (.508)
David Garrard – 34-34 (.500)
Tavaris Jackson – 17-17 (.500)
Shaun Hill – 13-13 (.500)
Matt Schaub – 32-34 (.485)
Matt Hasselbeck – 36-41 (.468)
Kyle Orton – 25-29 (.463)
Matt Stafford – 13-16 (.448)
Jason Campbell – 31-39 (.443)
Carson Palmer – 44-77 (.429)
Josh Freeman – 17-23 (.425)
Trent Edwards – 14-24 (.424)
Chad Henne – 13-18 (.419)
Derek Anderson – 18-25 (.419)
Ryan Fitzpatrick – 17-28 (.378)
J.P. Losman – 9-16 (.360)
Sam Bradford – 8-18 (.308)
Bruce Gradkowski – 6-14 (.300)
Colt McCoy – 6-15 (.286)
Seneca Wallace – 6-15 (.286)


Yards Per Attempt, 2009-11 (minimum 20 starts)



Aaron Rodgers – 8.5632
Philip Rivers – 8.4450
Ben Roethlisberger – 8.2429
Tom Brady – 8.1133
Matt Schaub – 8.0408
Tony Romo – 7.9938
Mike Vick – 7.9295
Drew Brees – 7.9191
Eli Manning – 7.9145
Vince Young – 7.5614
Donovan McNabb – 7.4286
Peyton Manning – 7.3141
Jason Campbell – 7.1678
Kyle Orton – 7.1363
Jay Cutler – 7.1168
Carson Palmer – 7.1138
Joe Flacco – 7.0882
David Garrard – 7.0226
Matt Stafford – 6.9014
Matt Ryan – 6.7997
Alex Smith – 6.7852
Josh Freeman – 6.7665
Chad Henne – 6.6923
Ryan Fitzpatrick – 6.6726
Matt Hasselbeck – 6.6214
Mark Sanchez – 6.5127
Matt Cassel – 6.3969
Colt McCoy – 6.2905
Sam Bradford – 5.9937



Vince Young was cut by Buffalo because Fitzpatrick is struggling and they are worried about a QB controversy. Young would be a steal for the Dophins at this stage of the game.

JCane
09-14-2012, 03:24 PM
This is definitely going into SPAM

67Stang
09-14-2012, 03:27 PM
The human head weighs 8 pounds

tylerdolphin
09-14-2012, 03:33 PM
The human head weighs 8 pounds

I believe thats more than 1 pound for every point Young scored on the Wonderlic. Poor ratio IMO.

JCane
09-14-2012, 03:37 PM
I believe thats more than 1 pound for every point Young scored on the Wonderlic. Poor ratio IMO.

And probably about 7.5 pounds greater than the weight of the OP's head.

Wildbill3
09-14-2012, 05:53 PM
Did we start a finheaven "troll of the day" contest?

WVDolphan
09-15-2012, 04:16 PM
Heres a number for you relating to Vince Young...............

6

JCane
09-18-2012, 07:48 PM
Here's a number on Vince Young.

0

That's what's in his bank account these days. That dude is B R O K E.

Imagine that. Vince Young...broke. Who would have ever guessed?

How could this have happened. Wonder if it had anything at all to do with the fact that he's a DUMBASS.

Dude hired his own Uncle as a financial advisor. Another smart move by Vincent. Maybe Vince can get a job at Jack in the Box with the OP.

http://www.sfgate.com/sports/article/QB-Vince-Young-out-of-the-game-and-out-of-money-3874936.php


In an increasingly caustic war of words, attorneys have been arguing for months over whether Young is an out-of-control spender who put himself deeply in the hole or simply a victim of inexperienced advisers, one of whom was his own uncle.
Either way, the quarterback whose future seemed unlimited after he led Texas to a Rose Bowl victory in 2006 is now back home in Houston and in a tenuous financial condition.
"I would just say that Vince needs a job," said Trey Dolezal (http://www.sfgate.com/?controllerName=search&action=search&channel=sports&search=1&inlineLink=1&query=%22Trey+Dolezal%22), Young's attorney, when asked to give a general assessment of his client's finances.


Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/sports/article/QB-Vince-Young-out-of-the-game-and-out-of-money-3874936.php#ixzz26rtLZ5TI