Well, wins and losses shouldn't be tagged to a QB if you want to go down that road in terms of comparison.
Bc a QB can let a run game and defense win games.....and do little to nothing outside of not getting in the way. Mark Sanchez went 17-9. Team often was winning inspite of him.
even vets, Rex Grossman went 13-3 and to a NFCCG.....I guess he gets to pimp those wins. He won them since he was the QB
pinning "wins and losses" on the quarterback or even acting like they're particularly meaningful when judging one when it comes to skill at the position always struck me as an extraordinarily weak argument. there are a lot of quarterbacks in this league right now that are considered very good if not great that didn't "win" a ton of games for several seasons. guys like matt schaub and drew brees weren't "winners" at least as we know them now until later in their careers.
and yeah it's true, sanchez should be one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time at this point if that metric held up because his jets teams made it to the conference title game twice in his first two seasons. do you see anybody lining up to make that claim, though?
really why should we even bother keeping statistics or arguing about things like touchdowns, yards, YPA, passer rating, etc. why should sites like pro football focus even exist?
after all, all that matters are "wins and losses", right?