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Despite still being one of the main front-runners for the Heisman Trophy, Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones saw his stock drop a little over the past two weeks.
After a physical slug-fest against Florida State, Oklahoma faced Missouri in Week 4. Jones performed well, but tossed two interceptions to go along with his three touchdowns. He did manage, however, to achieve 448 yards passing, completing 35-of-48 passes.
Jones still boasted a passer rating of 163.6 and a completion percentage of 72.9. Jones added a rushing touchdown as well. Four weeks into the season, Jones has 1,022 passing yards, five touchdowns, four interceptions and an average passer rating of 149.5.
Due to his performances over the past two weeks, Jones is gradually losing ground in the Heisman race. While it's still very early to tell, Jones needs to start making statements against these teams and performing better in big games.
With four interceptions to five touchdowns, Jones is starting to have one interception for every touchdown he tosses. He still has plenty of time to catch up to the main front-runners, Kellen Moore and Andrew Luck, but he must start producing soon.