TheHeat24 wrote:I hardly call that scoring system skewed towards vick... thats pretty much the same scoring system we use in our league... You gtta remeber mcnabb is also a runnign qb and gets his tds on the ground... You also need to remeber that in Vick's first year of starting his #1 was Brian Finerran aka White Lightning(dont ask) and I dont think he would be a number one on any team in the league other than mayb th ravens and we know how bad they are at wr...... Fast Forward to 2004 and hes got peerless price to throw to for an entire season as well as alge crumpler and they drafted the talented Michael Jenkins as well.
I know there is the whole TO thing but philly's system is based mostly on the short passing game and they will throw just as much as last year just TO will get the majority of the receptions as opposed to the ball going to 12 different receivers.
While Finneran is no #1, you can hardly say that McNabb had a huge advantage with his WR's.
You can't just play off the TO thing. He is much more likely than any WR McNabb had before to break a few tackles and take it to the house, AND he is much more likely than Price or Jenkins to do that as well.
You saying that the setup is hardly skewed for Vick, just goes to show that McNabb is the better QB. The reason being is that there is no way to skew the stats to favor Vick unless somehow rushing yds for a QB are with TONS of points and Vick out rushes McNabb
That being said, Vick by far has the most potential to put up disgusting numbers in passing, rushing, and TDs. But i am not sold on him, especially since he has been injured more seasons than not. I certainly wont be the guy in the draft to use a 2nd rd pick on him, but to each his own.