Kevin Hogan was tasked with trying to replace Andrew Luck at Stanford, not an easy pair of shoes to be in at all, but he did alright. Going 36-10 as a starter is no easy task, but Hogan has been able to manage the game which is all that was asked of him.
Hogan completed 65 percent of his throws for over 9,000 yards with 75 touchdowns and 29 interceptions. Our very own Arrowhead Addict staff writer Tarek Mavani had a great piece showcasing all that Hogan brings to the table. So while we don’t yet know how he will develop with Andy Reid and the upcoming preseason, Hogan is yet another interesting option for the possibly number two spot.
Predicting the backup QB:
With so many options at backups, picking one that will be directly behind Alex Smith will be hard, but it has to be done. And the winner is….
Simply stated Murray has the experience in that Georgia offense that Bray did not. Although both suffer from the occasional injury bug, Murray has the slight edge because of his experience. Bray has the size that coaches loves for a QB, but with the evolution of the modern NFL quarterback, size is no longer a factor in those decisions. With another year under his belt with head coach Andy Reid it can only help the Georgia record breaker in the long run.
There you have it, Addicts. Do you agree with the prediction of Murray being the number two at the start of the 2016 NFL regular season? Let us know in the comments below.
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