Here is one of your original points.
Playing against different teams with different personnel is going to cause different points scored, points given up, game planning, etc.........etc..........
Here is where you contradict yourself.
first you say you cant compare success by looking at how players play against different teams, and then you talk about 2 different super bowls with 4 different teams. And then you mention Eli being more successful in the post season. The majority of his success came from playing against different teams. You're not making any sense so you could throw this logic out the window.No matter how many times you want to claim it and how many times you quote stats, Eli Manning is a more successful post season QB than Aaron Rodgers is
Buffy, forget about me trying to make a point. Forget about all of that. Im not trying to make a point right now. What im doing is telling you a couple facts. Rodgers averaged more passing yards, more touchdowns, fewer interceptions, and more points in the post season than eli. His defense has also given up more points than Eli's defense.Your main point is invalid and you know it.
This is a fact, so it cant be debated. And you cant deny it because it is true. There is no way around it. You have to look at it face to face and accept it.
If your counter argument is that the numbers dont tell the whole story then thats cool. i won't discuss it further. But don't contradict yourself or stray off of the facts. Address the facts first.
Last edited by Marvelousmik; 02-18-2013 at 01:36 PM.
Don't take it personal, we're just debating.
And in the second game we scored 16 points including several stalls in the red zone.
The defense struggled in both games to an extent, but the offense didn't get it done either.
"Phil Simms is the greatest QB in Giants history" ........Mahatma Gandhi