Here are two unnamed QB's. One of them is a current player, the other is retired. I won't say which is which.
Career QB Rating: 84.1
Touchdown to Interception Differential: +33
Number of Seasons with 20+ TD's: 4
Career Completion Percentage: 61.0%
Career YPA: 7.24
Passing Attemps per game for career: 31.9
Career QB Rating: 81.6
Touchdown to Interception Differential: +24
Number of Seasons with 20+ TD's: 1
Career Completion Percentage: 61.5%
Career YPA: 6.99
Passing Attempts per game for career: 30.6
If you guessed Player A was Jay Cutler and Player B was Troy Aikman, you'd be correct. What's interesting is Troy Aikman has gone down as one of the greatest QB's of all-time, especially thanks to his 3 Super Bowl rings. Jay Cutler will never sniff the HOF like Troy.
Now, some will argue that since Jay is playing in the passing era, his stats are less meaningful than Troy's. That may be true, but for an "all-time great" QB like Troy, his stats are pretty brutal, even for the 1990s, and especially for having the best offensive line in football, the most underrated receiver ever in Michael Irvin, and the legendary Emmitt Smith in the backfield to open up the passing game.
I'm not a fan of either player, but I found the stats to be pretty interesting. It really shows how much credit a QB can get for having a stellar team around him, and vice versa if the rest of his team isn't as great.