Why use a hypothetical situation when you can use the real thing? I'm in a pretty vanilla scoring league. Here's Vick's production on my fantasy team this year alongside Peyton Mannings productions:
Vick - Manning
16 - 13
24 - 25
11 - 18
15 - 18
bye - 12
17 - bye
23 - 26
26 - 23
14 - 18
15 - 12
13 - 14
20 - 9
Obviously, it depends on your scoring system, but I think in most leagues, Vick has been extremely consistent THIS YEAR. Certainly, in years past that hasn't been the case but it is impossible to argue against his numbers this year. People are just hating on him because they are bias against him being an NFL QB. Plain and simple.
Your argument is correct, but Vick does not fit the hypothetical situation you're giving.
Thanks for the counterpoint. Here are the stats in my league, where the settings are as follows:
Incomplete Passes (-0.2)
Passing Yards (30 yards per point; 3 points at 325 yards)
Passing Touchdowns (6)
Rushing Yards (15 yards per point; 3 points at 150 yards)
Rushing Touchdowns (6)
Vick's stats are a lot more variable under these conditions.
As you can see, his numbers jump back and forth from 10-15 to 30-35, especially after week 2.
But you do bring up a good point, that Vick is a little more consistant this year than in years past. Perhaps using Grossman is a better example.
However, regarding your statement, "People are just hating on him because they are bias against him being an NFL QB. Plain and simple.", I think it has a lot more to do with his performance in years past. Points systems also have a lot to do with it, as you stated.