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Rex Grossman had 3,151 passing yards with 16 touchdowns and 20 interceptions last year. Not a lot of fun to watch.
For Griffin to get into the top half of the quarterback echelon within his first year (which is what is expected out of a player that carried such a hefty trading price), he is expected to have about 3,600 yards with 22 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.
That doesn't even include the rushing totals that could be comparable to most teams' running backs.
We're not looking at expected scenarios here, though. We are looking for best-case scenarios.
The best case here is a season that would be about identical to Cam Newton's rookie campaign which would call for an estimated 4,000 yards along with 25 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
Then the rushing fun begins with 600 more yards and 10 to 15 more touchdowns on the ground.
Even though it is the best possible thing that could happen, it is not outlandish to think it could happen.
Alternate best-case scenario: Rex Grossman gets lost on the way to the stadium each week.