quote:Well, Super Bowl wins is a team stat so I wouldn't even consider it really a "stat" for individuals.
I think you are trying to put words in my mouth. I was specifically referring to Super Bowls
quote:Again, team stats.
So you want to look up Aikmen's playoff record and Hebert's and get back to me?
Still don't believe you.
quote:That isn't going further, that is repeating your same point you are trying to make. And I'm not trying to compare Aikman's and Hebert's passing stats. It has nothing to do with winning Super Bowls.
To go a step further, Aikman had a better running back, better Oline, better WR, and he STILL put up numbers that weren't all that much better than Hbert. Why?
quote:Well that'll happen when you don't address it the first time lol.
That isn't going further, that is repeating your same point you are trying to make
quote:Why not, stats don't lie.
And I'm not trying to compare Aikman's and Hebert's passing stats
Not every basketball player is dribbling between the legs and doing all of the normal required stuff. Shaq didn't need great coordination, he could have still been a good player without it.
Joel Anthony has zero coordination whatsoever, he's an NBA player. That can't happen in tennis.
In the absence of proper context, stats will lie more than your whore ex-girlfriend.
You seem to know a lot about tennis. Aren't the Tennis serve and the baseball pitching motion very similar?