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  1. Yeah, I mean, why bother with facts on video when we can believe our pre-conceived notions.
  2. OH MY GOODNESS Look at this video I just found. Maybe THIS is why his completion % is so low. Thats WAY more than the 10 or 14 completions he would need to catch up to Darnolds completion percentage haha. This is insane.
  3. I don’t think he has only 1 speed. He just doesn’t use the other speeds too often 😂 I found this nice touch pass of his.
  4. Definitely agree with the O-line comment. The Bills O-line is better and it would probably make a few Jets fans sick to see how long Allen has in the pocket sometimes. Like look at this crap...
  5. Same here. I also miss the reporters being at TC and giving us updates.
  6. Someone else made the same mistake as you. It's already been talked about. No one is saying if Josh threw 10 more passes, he would reach Darnold's %. We are saying the difference between Allen and Darnold's completion % is 10 completions (not 10 more passes). *or 14 if you want to get to the exact tenths. Its like if Sam had 3,000 yards and Allen had 2,950. I would say the difference between them in yards is 50 yards. Thats not me saying that Allen would have gotten those extra 50 yards. Or should have. Or could have. Im simply saying 50 yards IS the difference. Similary, 10 (or 14) completions is the difference between Sam and Allen.
  7. It's OK to agree to disagree. I really liked Pennington. I personally do not agree that Sam is better than Pennington right now. He is 14 completions more accurate than Josh Allen. Just so you know, they tested this. The results were: Josh Allen: 0.38 second release Sam Darnold: 0.44 second release Sam's release is actually a bit slower than Allen's.
  8. I agree. Were talking 0.9% difference. Oh well.
  9. What ever happened to nyjunc? That guy was great. Brilliant poster.
  10. You're right in that I didn't inadvertently forget it. I just think it's trivial. It's 1/4th of 1 pass per game. 4 over a full season. It would fall within the margin of error in any study ever conducted. To me, whether it's 14 or 10, the difference is so trivial that the point remains exactly the same. When someone calls Allen trash, that doesn't say much for Sam who is only 14 completions better over the course of an entire season. When analysts talk about a QB's skill at the current moment - any QB - they don't talk about what they did 2 years ago. Especially if the season 2 years ago, was their rookie year. When the graphic pops up on the screen during the game, it doesn't say "2 years ago, this player suckd". It shows last years stats. The reason is simple. What have you done for me lately? Flacco won a Super Bowl. Several years later he was cut. The team, and fans, don't stick with - But he won a Super Bowl! Were stuck on that year! It's about the most recent accomplishments. ESPECIALLY when the player you are evaluating significantly approved from one year to the next, to the point where averaging their rookie year mischaracterizes what they are currently doing. This is an extreme example, but i'm simply using it to make a point. If a running back has 200 yards in his rookie season, and 1,700 yards in his second season, most people aren't going to average the seasons out and call them a 950 yard average rusher. Why? Because their rookie season does not properly characterize the player at this point in time. Allen didn't make that huge of a jump, but his 52% (?) throwing in his rookie season does not properly characterize the player that threw 59% in his second season. The only reason one would average the two is to intentionally bring the average down to attempt to make the player look bad. I appreciate that, because sometimes I'm not sure people understand me
  11. Maybe true. Guess we’ll see. Season is only a month away. I’m excited!
  12. Baker is Fools gold. Which is sad because I really thought he had something.
  13. You’re misunderstanding. Im not saying Allen would have or should have or could have gotten those 10 more completions. Im simply saying the difference that separates their completion % is 10 passes. Or 14 if you go to the tenth of a percent. Its like if Sam had 3,000 yards and Allen had 2,950. I would say the difference between them in yards is 50 yards. Thats not me saying that Allen would have gotten those extra 50 yards. Or should have. Or could have. Im simply saying 50 yards IS the difference. Similary, 10 (or 14) completions is the difference between Sam and Allen. Less than 1 per game. So I find it silly for someone to say Allen is trash, because then what does that Say about Sam who is only 10 completions ahead of him? PS, you also have said you haven’t watched much of Allen. So how can you say you trust your eyes? If you sign up under game pass, you can watch every game. I’m up to game 12.

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