If the point were to ask "which one is better," then I would agree with you. But that's both a stupid question and not the point.No it's really not. Comparing the best pocket QB in the history of the league in his 18th year to a rookie while behind completely different lines with almost no teammates in common, has no value and even Bedard as clueless as he is knows that. Like the rest of the article, it's cheap and playing to the crowd while having less than zero actual value, it would be a shitty use of data as a tweet, in what is allegedly an article of analysis it's even worse. There are a lot of people writing positive articles about Mac that have substance (see Lazar's actual useful analysis, which has been pretty pro-Mac throughout). This is not one of them.