My point, which you seem to be missing, is that I could give less than 2 fricks about Ben's individual accomplishments. Who cares. He had a good season...for himself...but the TEAM didnt get in the tournament.
And yet, you blame HIM for us not getting to the tournament. You blame the guy who was clearly the best player on the team by a mile. The guy who in repeated losses put up double doubles, in some losses going for 28 points, 17 rebounds and 21 points, 20 rebounds. You're blaming THAT GUY for the team not accomplishing it's goals. Let that sink in.
For the record, you and your idiot friends threw these names out there....not me. I'll state again, I'll take whichever QB can get me to the SB that year.
You wanna put a premium on his lofty stats for the season...knock yourself out man. But looking at it from a team standpoint, it means nothing.
Again, INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE doesnt directly translate into TEAM PERFORMANCE. Case in point, Ben Simmons has a ridiculous season, yet in spite of the way he played
the team could not get to the tournament.
Case in point, Ben Voogd was fricking terrible, but his freshman year, the team, in spite of the way he played
, the team went to the final four.
Do you not get it still? How 1 player performs doesn't necessarily translate 1 way or another on how the entire TEAM performs. This is why we made fun of you repeatedly, because you STILL don't understand this concept. You very openly said "I want guys who have had success from A TEAM standpoint"...that's why we're throwing the comparisons out there we are because your statement is ridiculous. Hopefully now you see why wanting a Trent Dilfer over a Dan Marino or a Jordan Jefferson over a Zach Mettenberger makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.
Great players can exist on teams that have a bad or mediocre season. Likewise, terrible players can exist on teams that win it all.
This post was edited on 4/20 at 1:11 pm