Sorgi gaining the lead in QB rating over Lorenzen who fell to last was the only change in the leaders. Sorgi and Gray both improved their numbers and both closed on the other in the overall metrics. Gray closing the gap in QB rating and Sorgi in adjusted net yards per attempt. Yards per attempt remained about the same with Sorgi at 9.9, Gray with 12.7, and Lorenzen trailing with 9.4. The big difference was Lorenzen dropping way off. 4 for 10 with a pick is very bad, and he netted only 47 yards on 11 dropbacks.
UPDATE (from bbs): Sorgi's stats from 2007, when he played with mostly the second and thrid stringers, after three games:
33 completions, 54 attempts, 61% completion, 330 yards, 3 TDs, 2 INTs, 5 sacks, 1 fumble.
Much of these stats are padded by Sorgi having a stellar third pre-season game against the Lions, where his QB rating was 120. I'ts amazing how, with better talent around him, Sorgi has managed to look worse than better.