Here are the rules for the system:
|J. Manziel||C. Klein||M. Te'o||M. Lee||J. Lynch|
|Pass Comp. %||68.3%||66.2%||62.9%|
|Punts (Avg. Yds)||1 (63)|
|Returns (Yds)||28 (802)|
When it's all said and done, the two players I added ended up finishing one and two. Jordan Lynch ends up taking it down as he edged out Lee with the lone punt he had, which shows his versatility. If you go back to my stats last year, it was RGIII who had three punts of his own on the year, and gave him the boost in points he needed to win.
Overall I think it's a weak Heisman class, especially by only bringing three players to NYC. If we take the extra guys out, Manziel looks to be the first Freshman to win the award based on my numbers. He has strong stats passing and running and it always helps to have the SEC standing behind you. Klein has pretty moderate numbers, especially when you consider his passing stats. I mean he has a less than 2 to 1 TD to INT ratio, and it's only 15TDs. For T'eo, I get the story he brings to the table and that he put the Irish on his back all the way to number 1. However, Mathieu was a much more impressive defensive player and was literally a game changer on multiple occasions. Maybe given the soft competition, T'eo might have the best shot ever for a defensemen to come out on top for a Heisman.