You suggested I was being condescending, and not only did I try to explain, but also apologized if I came off that way. The above, is full of condescension. Since you lack sincerity, I'll just be real and less cordial in my reply.
I agree it's not all about stats. Whatever Frank thought, or planned yesterday, he stunk, and he lost. Regardless of the stats about Houston's passing D is the worst, you don't need stats to see they are very bad. He didn't need stats to know what worked in game one. You don't need stats either to see all the open receivers that were missed.
You don't need stats to know we lost, to know the game plan didn't work, and to know JB played bad. Those are all obvious, and non stats based.
I think when you trade up in the 1st rd to get a QB you are telling your team and QB you intend to make a change ASAP. Like the upcoming year. Players can see that coming for QBs like Manning and Rivers for example. But JB is in a different category. Now drafting one in the later rounds to develop for the future is different. That is what BB has been doing for years.