drsteuss wrote:Using records is wrong? So I'm supposed to assume that Favre has nothing to do with the Pack being 1-7? And am I supposed to throw out Super Bowls when we discuss Peyton Manning vs. Tom Brady? You really think winning and losing goes against everything involved with evaluating players? That's a load.
And Favre is smarter than McNabb? How can you possibly know that? What kind of BS is that? McNabb isn't the one who'll blindly throw into triple coverage during a playoff game because he thinks he can get away with it. Tell me again what makes Favre such an Einstein?
But please, slurp away on precious Brett all you want. I'm sure John Madden will happily join you.
Yup using records to judge the talent of a QB or any other individual player is very very wrong. It is one of the most short sighted things I can think of when discussing the talent level of players in team sports in general.
Is Favre smarter than McNabb - yup - well, at least according to Wonderlick scores. I guess its wrong to say he's smarter - how about he has a greater ability to learn - is that better?