While too many people focus on DeAngelo Williams' one good season, too many people focus on Young's win-loss record.
Yes I get it, he was 30-18 as a starter and just knows how to win. Yes I get it, when he was inserted as a starter in 2009 he went 8-2 down the stretch.
However, let me bring you down from that 8-2 cloud nine that you are on.
During that 10-game stretch the Titans only played three playoff teams. In those games, Young was 1-2, and that one win took a miracle last second pass against Arizona (an Arizona team that was playing without Kurt Warner as its QB).
Even Young's supporters will admit he is not the greatest passer in the World and his 42 TDs to 42 INTs is evidence of that.
However, then they will argue that he brings the running aspect that separates him from other QBs. Yet, he went from 552 rushing yards in 2006 to just 395 the next season in more starts. His rushing production has gone down every year since then as well.
You might think that is a good thing because it means he is looking to pass first. However, 2007 was his best passing season and that was only 2,546 yards.
Then you factor in that Young will probably want $8-10 million per year. Unless the Dolphins cut some players, that would take up almost all the cap space the Dolphins have.
Would one player really be worth that?