You don't have a clue what a scramble is. They aren't talking about moving around to avoid pressure. They are talking about when he drops back, decides not to pass, tucks the ball and runs. That is a scramble. Read options are designed run plays so they don't count.
And stats do tell the whole story, because they are based on fact. The content of them isn't apparent at all times but in terms of how long Cam is holding onto the ball there is no way you can argue that.
That is not what a scramble is. A scramble is moving around to avoid pressure. That's what it always has been. Sorry, but you are dead wrong.
What does Quarterback Scramble Mean?
A tactic a quarterback uses to evade a defense's pass rush. A quarterback scramble occurs when the quarterback leaves the area protected by the offensive line and runs into the other areas of the field. A quarterback can scramble to avoid a sack, extend a play to give the downfield receivers more time to get open, or to attempt to gain yardages. Quarterback scrambles are unpredictable plays, because they tend to be unplanned and have a high risk to the quarterback, since the offensive line is not prepared to block in the new area the quarterback has entered.
Quarterback Scramble: On a called passing play, when the quarterback runs from the pocket in an attempt to avoid being sacked, giving the receivers more time to get open or attempting to gain positive yards by running himself
Like I said, stats don't tell the whole story.