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‘Six Stats’ you might not know about… Scott Tolzien’s debut as Packers starting QB

‘Six Stats’ you might not know about… Scott Tolzien’s debut as Packers starting QB

Hyped by on November 20, 2013 Website: www.statsontapp.com

When former University of Wisconsin quarterback Scott Tolzien started at QB for the Packers last Sunday against the New York Giants, he became the 25th different QB to make his debut as starting QB for the Packers since 1960. Tolzien was only the fifth QB to make his debut as the Pack’s starting signal-called since 1992 (Seneca Wallace, Aaron Rodgers, Matt Flynn and Brett Favre). From 1960 to 1991, 20 different QBs made their debut as the starting QB for the Packers. This was the first year since 1990 that two or more players made their debut as a starting QB for the Packers. In 1990, Anthony Dilweg and Blair Kiel both made their first starts at QB for Green Bay.

Here’s a look at six stats from Tolzien’s debut and how it matches up against the other 24 starters.

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