2. A three-time team captain (2010-2012) with Tampa Bay, Freeman has 10 career fourth-quarter/overtime comeback victories. In one of his best statistical years, he finished the 2010 season third in the NFC and eighth in the NFL in fourth- quarter passer rating (97.4), second in the NFC and tied for fifth in the NFL for fewest interceptions thrown (6), and sixth in the NFC in third-down passer rating (91.9).
3. At the time, his performance in 2010 ranked him as only the second quarterback under the age of 23 in NFL history to throw six or fewer interceptions in a season with 200+ attempts (last Dan Marino, 1983) and the first quarterback under the age of 23 to lead his team to a 10-win season since Ben Roethlisberger in 2004.
5. Freeman was the first-ever quarterback drafted in the first round out of Kansas State and just the fifth Wildcat overall to be selected in the first round. He started 32-of-35 games during collegiate career, setting school records in nearly all major quarterback categories, including passing yards (8,078), completions (680), attempts (1,151), and touchdowns (44).