The way you look at stats is creative. If JT goes 15-0, thus winning the NC, and pushing his win total to 41 games do you know what else he becomes-The greatest OSU QB ever. That is hands down the weakest argument you've made to date.A guy with a proposed 91% winning percentage would be looked at negatively? No.
"Not being effective against decent defenses". That's a good, subjective word. Do the #6 and #8 defenses in the nation do anything for you? Because that year he went 29\47 for 476 and 4 TDs. Then Ran for 175 and 4 TDS. Beat the mitten state into submission and missed the end of the Michigan game-that beating would have continued. He also beat the number 1 defense in the nation that year on the road with a bad leg through sheer force of will and was the reason (along with Big Bear) they walked out of Happy Valley with a W. then in 2015 shredded the number 3 defense in nation in their backyard too to the tune of 9\15 for 113 and 139 yards and 3 scores on the ground. Has he had some bad games? Sure. But are those bad ones entirely on him? Because I don't recall Cardale Jones hoisting a Heisman.
You are now using Joe Burrow in High School to prove your point. I'd say you are grasping at straws but even straws aren't falling your way. High school man? HIGH SCHOOL? seriously, just stop.
JT and JB have been in no comparable situations. NONE. JB has not taken a single meaningful snap of college footall and thus his experience can not be compared to Barrett's who has done and seen everything. Now I know there are plenty of cases of the backup exceeding the production of the guy that came before him-hell USC did that seemingly every year-but to say Burrow has any advantage over Barrett based on what he's done against no ones in blowouts, combining that with his performance in the Ray Small Bowl, and topping it off with high school stats? Just come out and say it, you don't like the guy who is going to win 40 games in his career by the time its all said and done.