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McNair is 261 yards short of career high in passing

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by danny, Dec 22, 2005.

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  2. KamikaZ Ex-Hall of Famer

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    Mean either. Really surprised at that. His passer rating is better then I thought.
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    its funny that people are complaining and he has almost had his best year (stats wise).
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    People are complaining because his stats haven't equated to performance in games. Put simpily, he hasn't really performed like his stats have shown.
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    Did the 'Stats Are Worthless!' flags just pop up again?
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    all those dumps to the TE underneath the LB's pump up the passer rating some, but is really just glorified running game.
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    i tried telling Mr. E that
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    you cant tell him anything.

    remember Bob Sanders will never be a pro bowler.
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    who the puck is Bob Sanders ? :winker:
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    Anyone who says what you got quoted is an idiot. The arguement is that stats are the reason why liars and morons can convince other people they're right. Statistics tell a story, just never the whole story (as my AP Statistics teacher taught me this year).
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