Yep, rookie qb's tend to run more than vets. 1) because they can (bodies are in the best shape they are going to be), 2) because they are not comfortable in reading defenses yet, 3) because they are not comfortable running the offense and in our case, 4) because they have poor pass protection and are forced out of the pocket early and often.
Originally Posted by bleedpurple
The only meaningful metric to measure success, especially with a QB is by wins and losses. That is the way I interpreted the question, and the way I answered it. If you want to have a meaningless discussion on the stats recorded by a QB, regardless if it helped his team win, then the only thing even close to relevant is the QB rating.
Originally Posted by singersp
If Ponder goes 6-10 with a 78 QB rating and Luck goes 4-12 with an 85 QB rating, who had more success. I say Ponder.