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Heisman Finalists Stats Compared to Previous Winners

It seems like Joe Burrow has the Heisman in the bag. His stats are ridiculous having set the SEC record for touchdown passes in a season. But Justin Fields, Jalen Hurts, and Chase Young have pretty wild stats. You don’t get invited to New York without them. Let’s take a look at how they compare with previous winners.

2019:

Joe Burrow: 342-439, 77.5% completion percentage, 4,715 passing yards, 48 touchdowns, 6 INTS, 96 rushing attempts, 289 yards, 3 touchdowns

Jalen Hurts: 229-309, 71.8% completion percentage, 3,634 passing yards, 32 touchdowns, 7 INTS, 219 rushing attempts, 1,255 yards, 18 touchdowns

Justin Fields: 208-308, 67.5% completion percentage, 2,953 passing yards, 40 touchdowns, 1 INT, 123 rushing attempts, 471 yards, 10 touchdowns Chase Young: 44 tackles, 16.5 sacks, 6 forced fumbles

2018: Kyler Murray: 260-377, 69% completion percentage, 4361 passing yards, 42 touchdowns, 7 INTS, 140 rushing attempts, 1,001 yards, 12 touchdowns

2017: Baker Mayfield: 285-404, 70.5% completion percentage, 4,627 passing yards, 43 touchdowns, 6 INTS, 97 rushing attempts, 311 yards, 5 touchdowns

2016: Lamar Jackson: 254-430, 56.2% completion percentage, 3,543 passing yards, 30 touchdowns, 9 INTS, 260 rushing attempts, 1,571 yards, 21 touchdowns

2015: Derrick Henry: 395 rushing attempts, 2,219 yards, 28 touchdowns, 11 receptions, 91 yards

2014: Marcus Mariota: 340-445, 68.3% percentage, 4,454 passing yards, 42 touchdowns, 4 INTS, 135 rushing attempts, 15 touchdowns

2013: Jameis Winston: 257-384, 66.9% completion percentage, 4,057 passing yards, 40 touchdowns, 10 INTS, 88 rushing attempts, 219 yards, 4 touchdowns

2012: Johnny Manziel: 295-434, 68% completion percentage, 3,706 passing yards, 26 touchdowns, 9 INTS, 201 rushing attempts, 1,410 yards, 21 touchdowns

2011: Robert Griffin III: 291-402, 72.4% completion percentage, 4,293 passing yards, 37 touchdowns, 6 INTS, 179 rushing attempts, 699 yards, 10 touchdowns

2010: Cam Newton: 185-280, 66.1% completion percentage, 2,854 passing yards, 30 touchdowns, 7 INTS, 264 rushing attempts, 1473 yards, 20 touchdowns

2009: Mark Ingram: 271 rushing attempts, 1658 yards, 17 touchdowns, 32 receptions, 334 receiving yards, 3 touchdowns

2008: Sam Bradford: 328-483, 67.9% completion percentage, 4,720 passing yards, 50 touchdowns, 8 INTS, 42 rushing attempts, 47 yards, 7 touchdowns

2007: Tim Tebow: 234-350, 66.9% completion percentage, 3286 passing yards, 32 touchdowns, 6 INTS, 210 rushing attempts, 895 yards, 23 touchdowns

2006: Troy Smith: 203-311, 65.3% completion percentage, 2,542 passing yards, 30 touchdowns, 6 INTS, 72 rushing attempts, 204 yards, 1 touchdown

2005: Reggie Bush: 200 rushing attempts, 1740 yards, 16 touchdowns, 37 receptions, 478 yards, 2 touchdowns

2004: Matt Leinart: 283-431, 65.7% completion percentage, 3322 passing yards, 33 touchdowns, 6 INTS, 44 rushing attempts, 3 touchdowns

2003: Jason White: 278-451, 61.6% completion percentage, 40 touchdowns, 10 INTS, 42 rushes, 1 touchdown

2002: Carson Palmer: 309-489, 63.2% completion percentage, 33 touchdowns, 10 INTS, 50 rushes, 4 touchdowns:

2001: Eric Crouch: 105-189, 55.6% completion percentage, 7 touchdowns, 10 INTs, 203 rushing attempts, 1115 rushing yards, 18 touchdowns

2000: Chris Weinke: 266-431, 61.7% completion percentage, 33 touchdowns, 11 INTs, 30 rushing attempts, 1 touchdown

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