birddog wrote:If anyone cares to assess it, I'd read it and respond. Throwing crap on the wall and walking away isn't anyway to conclude anything.jamcutpost wrote:birddog wrote:Correct.
This comparison isn't the subject, however.
If youre talking about the competitiveness of 2 other leagues (NFC South & North) as being relevant tho?
It kinda is, a little bit - right?
I'll toss a nugget out there for someone to go with. Bill & Brady have seen what? 4-5 since '07? hung 2-3 banners w/a TE & a college QB as #1wr? Playing against the NFC South a few times?
The one statement does not jibe well the other there, BD. Dont shoot me - Just saying.
Cant demand detailed stats data from ppl when youre not prepared to do the same.
Would also suggest that if your point about divisional strength was/is true, then burden more on you to provide it - what "nugget" youve thrown out there? Thats not really much of anything.
Next W for NEP will mark the 15th time - in consecutive years - the Pats have a 10+ Win season.
Take a second to think about that.
Now you can diminish that, or put caveats on it, but not sure youll get very far with it. Its too long a sustained period of success.
Personally still believe that weighting divisions for grading QBs/ Results doesnt seem either v.efficient (or helpful) metric though, so ill probably bow out of this one.