QB1: 65%, 3462 yards, 7.9 yds/att, 29 TD, 9 int QB2: 65%, 3292 yards, 7.7 yds/att, 25 TD, 5 int QB3: 71%, 3521 yards, 8.1 yds/att, 27 TD, 12 int QB4: 58%, 3357 yards, 7.2 yds/att, 21 TD, 9 int QB5: 65%, 3036 yards, 9.3 yds/att, 26 TD, 10 int ... ... ... Just in case you want to try and guess at where I'm going with this.... ... ... ... QB1: Sam Ehlinger 2019 QB2: Sam Ehlinger 2018 QB3: Colt McCoy 2009 QB4: Major Applewhite 1999 QB5: Vince Young 2005 Some context for the stats matters. It's easier to pass now than it was 10 or 20 years ago. Vince Young's TD count was a little low because our running game was so good (55 TDs on the ground that year, 5 players scored at least 8 rushing TDs) but then that also helped his yds/att get so high. And then of course this is leaving out Colt's 2008 year, which blows all 5 of these others away. But let's not forget he still finished 3rd in the Heisman in 2009 and many here were saying and still say that he should have won it. And Ehlinger is still comparing reasonably well with that. And for all the bemoaning of Ehlinger's regression, his stats didn't really get worse. Basically the difference between this year and last year was that the single truly awful game he had between the two seasons came in 2019 and not 2018. It's not like he's declined consistently on a game-by-game basis. Really the worst you can say is that he plateaued rather than improving much and had 1 really bad game.