Reactions are always so extreme when it comes to quarterbacks.
Two years ago, Matthew Stafford was a so-called "china doll," unable to stay on the field because he was so injury prone.
A year ago, the perception totally changed when he joined Dan Marino, Drew Brees and Tom Brady as the only players to pass for 5,000 yards in a season while leading the Detroit Lions to the playoffs for the first time in over a decade and playing all 17 games.
Now, things have flipped again just as quickly. After an up-and-down season personally that included his team taking a plunge to 4-12, questions and concerns have returned.
Is Stafford really the franchise quarterback as many were starting to view him?
Former NFL quarterback Ron Jaworski's recent rankings would suggest Stafford is not that man, at least not based on what he showed in 2012.
Jaworski, an analyst for ESPN, ranked Stafford as the No. 20 quarterback in the NFL.
"Stafford was a big faller this season, dropping from No. 6 to No....