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Old 06-21-2008, 01:13 AM   #193
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Originally Posted by Rausch 2.0 View Post
And yet so much more productive than Sharpe.

Gonzo will break all of Sharpe's records and career stats while playing with inferior talent to what Sharpe had.

Gonzo's never had a decent QB other than 2 years with Green. Gonzo's never had a legit WR to take the attention away from him. Gonzo never even had a legit HB to make teams defend the run until Priest got here.

Yet, Gonzo still managed to bust Sharpes records. And it's even more impressive when you consider he didn't get all those playoff games and super bowls Sharpe had.

So, he's done it with less talent and fewer games.

Clearly, Sharpe is the better player...
The fact he played with LESS talent around him, and with MEDIOCRE quarterbacks means he was thrown to far, FAR more times than he would have been on another team, say Denver. So your argument is pro-Sharpe.

THIS would be an interesting stat: Total number of balls thrown to each - divide into that number of chances the yards and TDs. Sharpe would almost certainly come out on top.
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