8. Jahmal Sreet
Street didn’t throw a single touchdown and his longest pass went for just eight yards. He also only completed one other pass than the eight-yarder.
7. Gary Chouloute
In five games played with the Predators, Chouloute threw just one touchdown pass. He was third on the team in rushing with 37 yards, 28 yards less than the leading rusher, but when it came to being a quarterback, it didn’t pan out.
6. Matt Parsons
Parsons completed twice as mant passes than Baylin Trujilo in his two games in Orlando, and still threw for less yards. He also had a lesser passing average per game.
5. Baylin Trujillo
Trujilo may have done better statistically in most categories than Parsons, but he only completed a total of nine passes in his two games played.
4. BJ Hall
Hall started one game and looked decent. He completed 15 passes for 153 yards and a touchdown. He also has the highest passer rating on the team as of now [102.24]. Still, it was just one game in which the Predators fell.
3. Bryan Smith
The one thing that seperates Smith from Hall is the fact that when Smith played, he threw seven touchdowns as to where Hall only threw one. Other than that, both quarterbacks are very evenly matched.
2. Kyle Isreal
The Week 1 starter started the team’s first three games for the team. He did throw for nine touchdowns, but he also only completed 51 percent of his passes and he was even benched for Chouloute in their Week 2 game against the New York Streets.
1. Bryan Hicks
Hicks started six games coming from the Streets and was the clear cut best quarterback of all Orlando Predators quarterbacks this season. He’s the only one to throw over 1,000 yards and more than 10 touchdowns. Unfortunately, he couldn’t help the Predators win a game, although he came very close.