You can repeat that stat as many times as you want and it still won't say what you want it to say. The number of times each QB throws it short(under 10 yards) compared to total number of passes he attempts tells you more about scheme and philosophy than the number of completions. The completions tell you more about how good they and their receivers are at executing those schemes. I don't recall you ever saying that was the point before. Although those are good things that any QB and offense should strive for, the discussion was always about the particular schemes the Redskins were running this season with RGIII. I wouldn't call it a college scheme, but it is a limited scheme. He attempts a lot of short passes. He does so at a higher rate than most other QBs in the league. He does so more than Brady. Just because Brady is better at executing those shorter passes means Brady is running a similar scheme. I do expect over the years as Griffin fully adapts to the NFL they will open up more of the passing game, but it isn't abnormal for rookies to run an abridged version of the playbook that includes a lot of short, safe passes.