Based on what we've seen thus far, there are two sides to Joe Ganz. On one hand you have a quarterback who compiled a 163.38 QB rating in three games as a starter.
If he had compiled the same rating over the entire 2007 season, it would've ranked third in the country, trailing only Sam Bradford and Tim Tebow.
On the other hand, you have a quarterback who threw seven interceptions in three games as a starter. That's one fewer interception than Bradford threw all season and one more than Tebow did.
Statistically speaking, if you want to do the simple math and extrapolate Ganz' 7:3 INTs to Games ratio over a 12-game season you get 28 total picks, but we all know that's not going to happen, right?
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