Dan LeFuture, 100%.
Even when Zac was healthy and had the almighty approval of Kent Austin, he was unable to make the reads he needed to release the ball and to lead the offense to sustained drives and scoring opportunities. In week 1 no less than half of those 10 sacks we surrendered were on Zac's shoulders because he failed to make a read and get the ball away, or tried to scramble and walked into his own blockers instead of finding an open lane. It was the same story against Edmonton, and part of the reason he is injured is because he kept the ball to long and exposed himself to the hit. He has shown a tendancy to lock in on a single reciever, and lack of composure when the play breaks down.
23 of 41 56.1% Comp 212 yd 24 longest 1 td 2 int 58.2 rating
3rush attempts for 18 yrds 6 avg 11 longest 0 td
Whereas Dan has, over the course of the season been the ONLY Hamilton Quarterback to consistently give our team the chance to win, and to generate offense in general. With stronger reads, and the vision to spread the ball around, plus ability to find running lanes when needed and ability to use his blockers. Despite some commenters stating Dan has "a weak arm" he not only gets the ball delivered deep, but has done it while on the run or moving lateral. and in only three games as the starter has passed for nearly 1000 yards of offense. I've stated in another thread "the proof is in the pudding", and here it is:
80 of 119 67.2% 994yd 82 longest 2 td 3 int 88 rating
42rush attempts for 272 yrd 6.5 avg 63 longest 4 td's