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1: Who would present more challenges: Braxton Miller or Jameis Winston?
Chris Coleman: I think my head just exploded. Who would I rather face in a boxing match? Muhammad Ali or Joe Louis? I’ll say neither!
In all seriousness, let’s compare their size and their stats from last year.
Miller: 6-2, 215. 63.5% completion percentage, 2094 yards, 24 touchdowns, 7 INTs, 158.1 QB rating, 1068 rushing yards, 6.2 ypc, 12 touchdowns.
Winston: 6-4, 235. 66.9% completion percentage, 4057 yards, 40 touchdowns, 10 interceptions, 184.8 QB rating, 219 rushing yards, 2.5 ypc, 4 TDs.
Winston is a big guy who throws the ball more than Braxton Miller. Though he can most certainly run, he doesn’t possess the big play scrambling ability of Miller. Though they are similar in some ways, they are certainly different in some ways as well.
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