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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