he'd likely have a title by now. If not, he'd be actually "in the conversation." He certainly would have drastically reduced his total number of losses from 20, probably at least in half, if not better. If he had committed to this type of game plan for his entire time here, instead of in spurts, he could easily be 55-10 and we'd be having very different conversations about his prospects going forward.
Instead, we get to have conversations all offseason about how likely it is that he'll recognize success running the damn ball as a good thing instead of trying to make sure we get used to it.