Originally Posted by 76Texan
If I have time, I'll look into this further.
For now, here's a quick comparison.
Keenum 19,217 passing yards on 2,229 attempts.
Chang 17,027 on 2,436.
Keenum 69.36 completion percentage.
Chang 57 per cent.
Another big difference.
Keenum's TD-INT ratio 155/46
Keenum was a heck more accurate and efficient than Chang.
There's no comparison, really.
And the Tom Brady comparison was some how closer than the comparison to guy that was the previous record holder?
4982 yards on 665 attempts. 61.5% comp. 31 TD 19 INT
95 rush attempts for -153 yards.
Obviously someone saw something in those 665 attempts for Brady that was not seen in the combined 4665 attempts for the top two all time passing yard leaders.