Vince Young and the Circumstantial Nature of Winning in the NFL

Posted: 24th November 2009 by Ryan Michael in NFL
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He's a winner, plain and simple. Have you ever heard someone say that "you can put up all the flashy numbers you want but at the end of the say, it is the W that is most important"? Well if that is true, feast your eyes upon one of the league's most valuable players. And if the small sample size we've had to work with is any indication of the future that is to come, feast your eyes upon a future Hall of Famer. 22-11, that's Vince Young's record as a starting quarterback in the NFL. That's an astounding 0.666 winning percentage. Higher than a number of active quarterbacks whom you might have heard of,áKurt Warnerá(0.577),áDrew Breesá(0.560), and Aaron Rodgers (0.462) just to name a few. As a matter of fact, it isn't even close. Do you think that Drew Brees is a good quarterback, one of ...

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