Not entirely sure on that one. Total offense of 544 yards could also be in longer field position as well. Also, the Rushing Offense did step it up a notch, and fed the beast that is Zeek more often. So I think that helped that out. Eliot did have his best games in those final three games. I wouldn't put that on Jones. Maybe because Urban realized they need to run a more complex running scheme to make up that lost rushing yardage. In the end they found something that worked out really really well. My only question is, how does that new rushing scheme fit with Barrett as well as Jones.
I would put the offense as a wash out there between the two. Wait and see how they look in the fall.
Still if Jones can get those reps and get his accuracy up and learn to go through his progressions more like Barrett, then I can see him competing well with Barrett because of his arm strength.
I would say Jones had the advantage just because of the reps in the spring. I put it at 60/40 Jones over Barrett.