I probably shouldn't even respond to this, but your point here is out of context in 2 ways. First, no one is arguing who is the better player. I haven't stated my opinion on it, but that isn't the discussion we are having. It was about Frosts decision making and player management. So this is out of context. Second, a QB's personal statistics are not relevant, at all. Any QB worth his salt will tell you that the team stats or winning games, is way more important than his own personal statistics. Probably the only personal stat that has some value is the TD to INT ratio. Besides, just because he had a lot of offensive yards in this scheme doesn't really tell the story of what happened this year does it? So the comment is again out of context in my opinion.