Winner percentages are more subjective to debate. If you want to look at a quarterback winning percentage, you are attempting to correlate how the ENTIRE TEAM did to who was a quarterback. Proof-in-point, Russell Wilson in 2009. We had a 5-win season, but I don’t know of anyone who would say Russell Wilson was “only a 5-win quarterback”.
What I’m interested in seeing is how Bible changes the way he has been doing things to the way it works for Glennon. Obviously at the beginning of the game Saturday, he wanted to run of the offense the same way he did for Wilson. It has nothing to do with who Wilson is or who Glennon is… the fact is that they are two different players and you have to change the offense to match their strengths.