Via David Lake, 247 Sports
It is safe to say quarterback Tyler Van Dyke is much more comfortable in the 2023 offense implemented by Shannon Dawson compared to the 2022 attack.
Through the first three games of the 2023 season, the stats show a higher level of production compared to the first three games of the 2022 season.
Miami has played host to Miami of Ohio, Texas A&M, and Bethune-Cookman in the first three games of the 2023 season and Van Dyke has thrown for 822 yards with eight touchdowns and one interception while completing 76 percent of his attempts. Van Dyke averaged 10.9 yards per attempt.
Through the first three games of the 2023 season, the folks at Pro Football Focus have graded Van Dyke with a 92.2 passing grade, which ranks No.3 in the country amongst quarterbacks with at least 65 drop-backs, trailing only Washington's Michael Penix and Colorado's Shedeur Sanders.
With Josh Gattis as the offensive coordinator in 2022, Van Dyke got off to a slow start in the first three games of that season while playing against Bethune-Cookman, Southern Miss, and Texas A&M. In those three games, Van Dyke totaled 671 yards with three touchdowns and one interception while completing 63 percent of his attempts. Van Dyke averaged 7.9 yards per attempt.
The biggest differences with Van Dyke comparing the first three games this year compared to the 2022 season? Getting the ball out quickly while also dialing up play designs that will work the deep passing game.
In this 2023 season, Van Dyke is getting the ball out of his hand in a quick manner, averaging 2.35 seconds per throwing attempt. When he is releasing the ball in under 2.5 seconds, Van Dyke is getting it out in an average time of 1.76 seconds with an average depth of target of 5.4 yards past the line of scrimmage.
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