[Ed.-Hopefully this re-post fixes the problem with the earlier post. Sorry for the inconvenience.]
I'll have another draft post coming this weekend, but in the meantime I thought I'd get back to my continuing series of how much the Titans' offense changed when VY replaced Kerry Collins as the starting quarterback after the bye week.
In part one of this little series, I wrote about how Kerry Collins and Vince Young compared statistically, and how Vince Young compared to quarterbacks of other teams who changed signal-callers at midseason. Part two covered how starting field position affected drives. For this third part, I thought I'd take a break from statwork and look at some actual plays.
Going back to part one, Young improved over Collins in a couple areas, and the biggest was probably interceptions. As a starter last year, Kerry threw 19% fewer interceptions per attempt than an average quarterback. This year, overall, he threw 10% more than an average QB. Back in 2007, Vince as a starter threw 22% more interceptions than an average quarterback, while this year he threw 3% fewer, and did better than that as a starter. So, given these stats, I thought it'd be a useful task to see how they each QB threw their 2009 interceptions.