First, you've conveniently taken out all statistics relating to total offensive production.
I'm assuming these are already well known.
Second, you cite defensive statistics without considering SOS.
What relevance does a subjective S.O.S. ranking have to do with statistical on field performance?
Third, you make no mention of the injuries to LSU's 3 most hyped players for 2007: Will Arnold, Early Doucet, and Flynn himself.
Fourth, you act as if Flynn was just some lucky beneficiary of a better running game
I can give you that a QB has the responsibility of checking into better plays and yatta yatta...but the fact is, no QB is going to turn a 3,000 yd. rushing attack into a 1,500 yard rushing attack.
The failure of the run game had a lot more to do than a "QB operating" it.
I mean, obviously, JJ in 2009 wasn't operating anywhere near Flynn's level in 2007.
Which is entirely your subjective opinion supported by zero statistical data. All of the stats provided prove that JJ "operates" as well as Flynn. And your only argument will be, "well it's obvious cause Flynn is just better at operating."
He gets more yard per attempt, he completes at a higher rate, he turns it over at a lesser rate.
The glaring difference between the 2007 offense and 2009 offense is the rushing attack, which is exactly what the analysis set out to prove.