Discussion in 'Raiders Discussion' started by Winston Smith, Oct 4, 2020.
That’s gonna backfire for the Carr ballwashers...... If we remove all the QBs playing for shitty OCs, then we’re down to about 7 QBs including Carr..... Every one of the remaining QBs has at least made it to a Super Bowl with an elite OC..... except Carr of course...... Carr hasn’t even scratched a winning record with Gruden.....
Common sense > Sleetmath
I always get a kick out of people arbitrarily remove information. It is as if ignoring facts makes their point stronger.
Yet, many confuse “removing information” with looking at relevant information, which one would want to do to compare apples to apples. Normalizing and split stats are information too, and often more informative.
Sleet put in the work. Glad to see him get his due.
Then remove the same information from the QBs you are comparing him to...or if you remove the worst 2 years, then remove the best 2 as well.
Agreed. That's why the post was funny. (BTW, I've done that; you weren't here at the time)
I loved Josh's post. He is great at what he does. So many Raider fans are so irrational...but so are the fans of all sports teams.
Agreed. My job at work is to often look at data that has been normalized to draw conclusions.
And @Sleet ’s job at work is to bend the perception of the truth to a position favorable to him...
All my clients are righteous!
I’d want you as my attorney.
After listening to you for two/three hours the judge would do anything as long as you went away.
Your honor, if you take away the fact that my client was found holding the weapon, standing over the body yelling "I killed you!" over and over, and the 30 eyewitnesses that saw the whole thing, you will see via his PFFSISPDQ over the last 3 days, that he has been completely non-violent and therefore, could not be found guilty. Also, when you look at the DPOY against QBR2012, you'll see that he wasn't even at the scene of the crime on this day 42 years ago. By rule of Kramer vs Kramer, he must be found innocent of all charges.
I been on a few jury's... one was a really boring @ fault case for a wreck and one a the attorneys was a big black dude with a really deep baritone voice like Barry White... he spoke really deliberately too, all that repetitious lawyer-speak just lulled you to sleep... I literally saw the judge like this rubbing his face for several minutes at one point..
he was sleeping sitting there with his eyes closed at a point too..
all the clerks in front of him looked like this.
one a the clerks came up and his face was all red and his hair was all crazy he'd been in that position so long..