One year removed from his days with the Chicago Bears, where he was seen as worse than the infamous Rex Grossman, Kyle Orton has begun this season with a start that he may have never thought he had in him.
I realize it is only six games into the season, but the change Orton has had is not just improvement, it is a complete and utter turn around.
Last season, Orton appeared in 15 games and threw 12 interceptions, the season prior he only appeared in three games, and still threw for two interceptions. Then, in his worst season of all, four years ago, Orton threw 13 interceptions in 15 games and had a measly 59.7 passer rating in those appearances.
Now in his first six games, Orton has thrown for nine touchdowns and just one interception. His passer rating is over ...
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