"Projected" stats are no more worthless than any other, such as "career average completion percentage." You are only saying that because it does not fit your narrative. It is just another example of cherry picking. You are OK with "career average" but a season projection is no good because it makes your boy toy look bad.The discussion was whether he was hitting his receivers. None of the stats you posted (many with worthless projected stats) measure whether or not he's hitting his receivers like simple completion percentage. Once again, since you've been schooled like the fool you are, his CURRENT COMPLETION PERCENTAGE IS OVER 66 PERCENT. HE'S AT HIS CAREER AVERAGE.
No, it is not a "constant." In general, QB stats are pumped up by playing from behind late in the game (which the Steelers have done a lot of this season) while RB stats are pumped up by playing from ahead. This has been true since the leather helmet days and just shows how much denial you are in. Manning is a beast because he plays well in ALL FOUR QUARTERS, something Ben has struggled with in his career.Claiming it's due to the circumstances of the game is a nonsensical argument. Those circumstances must be consisdered a constant for all players at all times. It's part of the game and the numbers. Half of Mannings stats are stat padding garbage time stats, but it's part of his overall numbers.
Ben is in his prime years. He is not an "old" QB yet.If Roetglisberger wasn't missing the receivers he's been missing, then he would be playing better than ever before, whiich makes no sense since he should be getting worse given his age.
You are the one obviously mesmerized by watching number 7. Do you have "I <3 Ben" on your spiral notebook?Stop staring at the QBs *** for 60 minutes. 10 other guys on the field.