Pro Football Focus: Virginia Football’s Brennan Armstrong Vs. Other ACC Star QBs

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Pro Football Focus provides comprehensive analysis grades for NCAA Division 1 football teams. Following Virginia football’s 59-39 road loss to UNC, here are the latest highlights and trends from the 2021 season and beyond.

(Note: A Pro Football Focus grade of around 65 is average. The higher the better. A grade in the 70s is above average, while a grade in the 80s and above is very good.)

Armstrong surveys the field in a 59-39 loss to UNC. ~ Photo courtesy of Virginia Athletics Media Relations

How Does Armstrong Stack Up?

Another week, another big-time performance from redshirt junior quarterback Brennan Armstrong, who set a school record for passing yards in a single game with 554 in UVA’s first road game of 2021. Armstrong completed 39-of-54 passes and had four touchdowns and one interception last Saturday in Chapel Hill.

Armstrong’s overall Pro Football Focus offense grade against UNC was 84.2, down from the 94.7 overall offense grade he received versus Illinois and the 90.8 mark he received in the season opener against William & Mary. His passing grade was in the 90s