Don't get too caught up in raw stats. Webber was a legit MVP candidate, All-NBA 1st/2nd teamer, and a #1 option on a title contender. Basically right smack in the middle of the "franchise player" category. Can you really see a team being a legit title contender with Love as the #1 guy?
You very much overrate Webber. Dude only rose to that kind of prominence when the Kings got good, and while he was on the Kings he was jacking up shots inefficiently with all kinds of ball dominance that wasn't missed much at all when he went down.
Webber should never have been an MVP candidate, and I think Love has an excellent shot to be at least on Webber's level.
Last note: Webber does deserve major praise for his passing ability - which was why he was allowed to be so ball dominant as a big. People do need to remember though that Love himself is an excellent passer. I don't expect him to ever be used as a point forward now because he wasn't used like that before, and now the team has Rubio who is drastically superior on this front to Webber or Love, but I think Love could have done work along these lines.