It makes PERFECT
sense, but maybe not to you. I'll accommodate your lack of understanding.
A wide receiver needs the offense to succeed and the quarterback to get him the ball to be effective.
One of the arguments in support of Aaron Rodgers against the Packers organization is that he has never had a true No. 1 receiver, and yet, he is making lower drafted receivers look like stars.
And Jaylen Hurts had the same set of receivers as Tua had, but those receivers were basically invisible. Tua steps on the scene and, suddenly, Jeudy, Ruggs, Smith, Waddle are becoming household names. They LOVED
Tua in practice, but Saban was wedded to hierarchy until he absolutely had to pull Hurts. In steps Tua, and he throws a dart to Devonta Smith, and Bama wins the National Championship.