And so did Kean, so I'm not sure the comparison. Kean didn't throw a pass over 10 yards, except the guy he missed wide open in the middle of the field. O clearly has a much stronger arm and throws a much tighter spiral. I was talking about ability, not decision making.
If Kean were making better decisions then maybe it would be close, but he was also making bad decisions and neither does he have the ability to run. In a game you are losing, O has a chance to make plays happen, Kean doesn't. Shouldn't be much of a decision. If you want to have a chance to win that game Kean shouldn't be anywhere near it.
All in all O was trying to fit some passes in tight spaces, but his passes were far more accurate. If you have the lead and think Kean is less likely to make a mistake I can buy that. In the situation last night when you are trying to come from behind, I have no idea why Kean was in the game for as long as he was.
It is also clear why Barnett is #1.