When evaluating QBs, the conversations tend to revolve around production vs wins. However, both production & wins are statistics...and stats don't always tell an accurate story about a player.
IMO, the most important factors when evaluating a QB are the things can't be put into statistical categories. These 2 factors are:
1. Intangibles (clutch, physical/mental toughness, leadership, etc)
2. Ability (accuracy, field vision, mobility, etc)
I understand that its a player's job to produce and the ultimate goal is to win, but stats & wins can be misleading when judging an individual performance
. Production and winning involves outside factors
such as scheme, play-calling, teammates, and coaching. On the other hand, intangibles & ability are based solely on the individual and don't include outside factors.
[ Edited by candlestick49er on Jun 3, 2012 at 9:26 PM ]