Originally Posted by ytfootballfan
I didn't magically add anything. I'm simply putting it into context which you should certainly do when using stats.
Which stats show he is bad? 1? I showed you plenty of others that shows he isn't just good, but GREAT! You can ignore them all you want. I didn't. I simply presented plenty of other MORE IMPORTANT stats that carry more direct weight on winning and losing than 2 freaking completions a game.
Top 5 in int%
Top 5 in TD/Int ratio.
Top 5 in rushing efficiency.
#1 in air yardage efficient.
Bottom in completion %.
So he's 2 completions short of a 55% completion percentage and that negates everything else? That 1 stat means he is bad? That's all there is to being an NFL quarterback? Interesting...how many other quarterbacks do you use this excellent logic on?
Because if completion % is everything to you, certainly Mark is the worst quarterback in the NFL.
As long as we're adding completions to improve his completion percentage, let's add more INTs to skew his TD/INT ratio and INT% stats.
And again, you're dragging Mark into this when I never even brought him up in the first place. What barring does Mark's stats have on this discussion? We're discussing TEBOW being bad, breh. Try to keep up.