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  1. Whatever, I'm saying that I can't say that formula is right because I honestly have no idea how they come with those numbers. I do know that Marshall is better than Holmes in some of the most important numbers, receptions, receiving yards, TD's, and % of catches made when thrown to. Those numbers are what wins games. And you're calling me immature? Your first sentence paints a sentence that I never said. All I ever said was I didn't understand the formula for the number, so I can't say it justifies Holmes being better than Marshall. Nice of you to twist my words around. I really don'
  2. I'll be honest, I have no idea what those numbers mean. With guys like Kelley Washington, Robert Meachem, Devin Aromashodu, Davone Bess, Jericho Cotchery, and a few other guys on that list ahead of Brandon Marshall, I really don't care to know. Sorry. And yes, production favors Marshall over Holmes throughout their careers, but I shouldn't have put it past a Steelers fan to try and find a reason to say Holmes is a better receiver. Hilarious. "I see numbers in front of me that prove me wrong, but because I don't like what they say, I will just put them aside." Again, as simply as I
  3. Marshall is way better than Holmes, it's that plain and simple. This is hilariously wrong... http://www.profootballfocus.com/by_position.php?tab=by_position&season=2009&pos=WR&stype=r&runpass=&teamid=-1&numsnaps=25&numgames=1 Where is Holmes on that list and where is Marshall... I did this before last season started, too. Marshall's obviously talented, but very much the product of being targeted more than any other receiver in the league. Given the choice, I'd take Holmes over Marshall 7 days a week and twice on Sundays, 'cause even if Holmes smokes too
  4. You're against contraction, you've admitted expansion's a bad idea, yet you want to realign divisions... albeit this would require expansion in the AL... alrighty.
  5. Listen guys: this thread is about how the New York Jets are going to 19-0. They are the greatest team ever. The Dolphins, Steelers, Bears, Bucs, and everyone else sucks. So, shut up already. :whistle Don't make me shun you again >_>
  6. "Im going to ignore the fact that I accosted you for doing the same thing I did but attack you with ad hominems!" weeeeeee
  7. What does "equal odds" in that regard even matter then? The only things that actually matter in baseball regarding playoffs are: winning the division, and THEN winning percentage. You play your division the most, so like I said, you control your own destiny... and if you find yourself in a division that's particularly stacked at the top, but you still put up a great record, you can be rewarded with a wildcard berth. So who cares if your league is 14 teams or 16 teams, so long as you play your division the most? Losing divisions is a terrible idea, and adding teams would significantly l
  8. Lol except Cedric Benson wasnt the #7 RB in the league. The point is you are arrogant and offensive when you claim that I am crying about a situation when if you didnt know I was a Dolphins fan you couldnt have even made that statement. You fail to acknowledge several points. You assume that was the best the Steelers could have gotten... but you dont know that. And if you dont know that and we all understand that Holmes talent is that of a champion (funny you point out Burress because I note both of these WRs being Superbowl heroes on different occasions). I never once said trading Holmes
  9. What does "equal odds" in that regard even matter then? The only things that actually matter in baseball regarding playoffs are: winning the division, and THEN winning percentage. You play your division the most, so like I said, you control your own destiny... and if you find yourself in a division that's particularly stacked at the top, but you still put up a great record, you can be rewarded with a wildcard berth. So who cares if your league is 14 teams or 16 teams, so long as you play your division the most? Losing divisions is a terrible idea, and adding teams would significantly l
  10. Lito may have been bad, but Cromartie is worse. It's not even that hard to see. He's afraid of contact and constantly gets burned. So you play Cover 3 and have him be the 3rd deep cover guy, rather can cover man to man, he's fast enough to cover a deep zone, because that would keep him from being burned by moves and negates the need for contact. Rex Ryan is smart enough as a defensive coach to use him in a way to exploit his skill set.
  11. Boo!!!! Stop the fighting. While I know you're an exception... I can't wrap my mind around a Philadelphian actually calling for a fight to end.
  12. *Note, I think Mystikol intended his post to be above mine :mischief
  13. If you arent addressing me dont quote me, how bout that? Of course you were addressing me because you were upset that I called Steelers management stupid for only getting a 5th round pick. All of those players you mentioned were Steelers. Just like Holmes. You guys obviously didnt miss out on anything to do with them, because you already had them. but the next time you guys are in search of... oh say... an RB for example... and for the sake of an argument and being stupid... Adrian Peterson gets traded for a 5th round pick due to drug issues... to the... hmm... Cincinnati Bengals... I'll te
  14. League expansion, and to some degree league contraction, is a poor idea. There are no teams that can't succeed in MLB, and Pittsburgh is currently in the process of proving that any team can rebuild if they do it right... and the Marlins have done it numerous times in the past. Each team should have equal odds and equal opponents. Every other sport has achieved that... I think that's a priority. Yeah, the NHL/NBA did it by having sub .500 teams make the playoffs (Hello Raptors/Bulls) and the NFL isn't entirely fair, but that's a separate discussion. If anything, I'd argue that the ML
  15. So claiming that all Dolphins' fans are "crying about it" isnt being critical? For your information my post was not even from the perspective of a Dolphins fan. I said nothing referencing to the Dolphins. Had I been any team in need of a WR I would have put up more. There is stupidity on any GM who needed a WR in this situation, and stupidity for the Steelers as well. Who are you to say that they did a good job shopping him? Who am I to say that there could have been other offers? We dont know anything, but common sense tells you that a 5th round pick is not the value of the #7 WR, regardle
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