maddog60 wrote:Harrison, Stokley, Wayne > (far greater) TO, Pinkston, MItchell
Harrison < TO (he proved the injury wasn't a factor so it can't be used as an excuse)
Wayne > Mitchell
Stokley > Pinkston
Wayne and Stokley probably would not be considered as good as they are if it wasn't Manning throwing them the ball.
maddog60 wrote:Also, Pollard and Clark > Chad Lewis and LJ Smith
Not by much if at all. Pollard is an old man and Clark hasn't emerged yet. Again, I say these players are considered "better" because Manning is better so he ups their stats.
Just a guess, but if Manning were on the Eagles, I think it would be:
TO >> Harrison
Mitchell = Wayne
Pinkston > Stokley
Lewis, Smith >> Pollard, Clark
Again though, this is simply my opinion and it could never be proven.
maddog60 wrote:The More part:
Partriots 24 Eagles 21
Patriots 20 Colts 3
Let's see can you compare 15-20 degrees (windchill in the negatives) and snow to 50-60 degrees and clear skies?
maddog60 wrote:McNabb's leadership was being compared to Manning. This one point does not make the entire debate, but the point is that in the playoffs McNabb did more with less than Manning did. As shown by their common opponent.
A loss is a loss. Manning also didn't waste valuable time off the clock (leadership skill) on the last drive when he was only down by three points. Again, I won't say (and never will) that McNabb is a bad leader, but I'll take Manning over McNabb in any category except being mobile any day.