Yes, Bradford is on pace to rewrite many of the current rookie passer season records. After todays very nicely orchestrated game by our own Bradford, I wanted to see how he compared to many of the great rookie passers such as Manning, Roethlisberger, and Dan Marino.
After comparing to the all mighty record book, it turns out that he is currently on pace to take over three of the ten records (he already owns one of the records). He is on pace to break most pass attempts, and most completions, while already owning most consecutive passes without an interception.
However if he continues to play the way he has been recently he could possibly take over three more records to make him own six of the ten rookie passer records. He is not very far off pace to take over passing yards, touchdown passes and touchdown-interception differential.
Just to note on the records below: If he takes over the six records posted, he will completely erase Peyton Manning from the records books... You know, just a 10 time pro-bowler... No big deal!!
He Truly is King Sam
|Rookie Record||Bradford Year(Prorated)||Current Record||Current Record holder|
|avg gain||5.9||9.4||Greg Cook|
|*Consecutive Passes, No INT||170||170||Bradford|
|*Touchdown-Interception Differential||11 [24TD-13INT]||14 [20TD-6INT]||Dan Marino|
|Lowest % Passes Intercepted||2.15||1.98||Charlie Batch|