JT was a winner. The Big 10 is full of good QBs with much better arms than JT who could not match him in terms of poise, intelligence, and simply getting the job done. He rarely made mistakes. He never lost his cool. You never saw him shaking his head or pointing a finger. He handled every situation with class--I cannot think of one thing he ever said that was negative (about his teammates, the fan base, anything). It always felt like we had an adult at QB and the other teams had some overly-amped up high school kid.
It is very common for QBs to lose games with bad throws and decisions--e.g. Darnold last night. JT almost never did so (6 losses total: two are on him: Iowa this year and Virginia Tech his first year; other four were team losses).
I worry that Haskins/Burrow will remind us of how good we had it with JT. Haskins/Burrow will make some awesome throws but then there will be some 3rd and 3 with an empty backfield where we will wish we had JT or some play where Haskins/Burrow try to force the ball rather than throw it away.
All hail JT! He can't throw but he can win!