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Let's just say Orton leads the league in what?

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  • #31
    Yards passing.

    Last year in the 7 games before he was injured, Kyle was among the top 10 passer in 4 of those weeks - #1 in week 5. With Bears OC Ron Turner admitting that he had "handcuffed" Orton in weeks 1 & 2. And that was on a Bears team with a run-first, ball-control philosophy. Behind a garbage o-line. With one of the absolute worst WR corps in the NFL. Just imagine what KO will be able to do protected by one of the NFL's best lines throwing to WRs who can actually get Yards After the Catch...
    Last edited by neckbeard; 08-03-2009, 06:41 AM.
    "That's a crap question."
    - Kyle Orton


    • #32
      fewest Sacks .... Orton Sucks
      Proud Member of: Mile High Manning Fivehead Bandwagon #35


      • #33
        It is hard to definitively predict how Orton or Simms will do in the new scheme. So any of the stats relating to his ability are hard to predict as well. Since the OL is the only known and dependable group on the offense (since we have the same players playing in more or less the same blocking scheme), my guess would be that whoever our QB ends up being, he will be most likely to lead the league in the least number of times sacked.
        Hoping for a defensive-minded head coach and a return to the ZBS on offense. At the very least, no more cheaters for head coach.