You know the saying, "You can use numbers and statistics to manipulate people and warp any truth?"
Okay. Use statistics to tell me that Cassel is a good QB.
It's an interesting critical thinking problem. One you would see at a gifted student classroom. There is no wrong or right answer.
I'm thinking. I'm really trying to attack this problem, and I don't think it has a solution. I don't think you can use numbers to tell that Cassel isn't a shitty QB. It's impossible. The only thing I've got is 27-7, and that's been attacked approximately 73 different ways by various posters.
If there exists no bright light in ANY of Cassel's numbers, is it possible for him to not suck?
I don't know, I'm genuinely asking.
Originally Posted by Reaper16
I would read an entire blog of SNR breaking down athletes' musical capabilities like draft scouting reports.