Does any General Manger use QBR when rating or evaluating QB's? I thought that was a stat created by espn to summarize QB performance for television/media purposes. I'm actually not trying to be a dick, I honestly don't know and I'm curious if it's a stat taken seriously by coaches and GM's.
And what QB doesn't need to stay healthy to get improved stats? Extra digs like that make you seem petty and incapable of letting your bias cloud every comment.
I am not sure why being concerned with the health of a running QB who exposes himself to far more hits than the average QB is a "dig". Especially when the injury bug starts to bite.
It is not a "dig". It is sanity. It is the fundamental reason why pro football offenses evolved in a different direction than college offenses.