Aaron Murray’s third-quarter numbers last season were astounding: 76-117 (65% completion rate), 1233 yards (10.54 ypa), 14 TDs, 1 INT. All of which adds up to a 191.26 passer rating. It’s pretty obvious that once he gets in a groove, he’s tough to stop. He’s just got to find that point earlier on this year.
By the way, if you’re impressed with those numbers, have a look at what Murray did inside the Georgia 20. I wonder if there was another quarterback in the country who completed more than 84% (!) of his pass attempts and put up a 214+ passer rating in that part of the field. (McCarron didn’t, in case you’re wondering.) I don’t know if that level of success was due to playcalling, increased focus, or what. But it sure would be nice if they could figure that out and clone it.