Fantasy Football - Footballguys Forums

dgreen

Members
  • Content Count

    24,250
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by dgreen

  1. Actually, Campbell does have a longer career and peak. Not a lot longer, but it is longer.Campbell: +--------------------------+-------------------------+ | Rushing | Receiving |+----------+-----+--------------------------+-------------------------+| Year TM | G | Att Yards Y/A TD | Rec Yards Y/R TD |+----------+-----+--------------------------+-------------------------+| 1978 hou | 15 | 302 1450 4.8 13 | 12 48 4.0 0 || 1979 hou | 16 | 368 1697 4.6 19 | 16 94 5.9 0 || 1980 hou | 15 | 373 1934 5.2 13 | 11 47 4.3 0 || 1981 hou | 16 | 361 1376 3.8 10 | 36 156 4.3 0 || 1982 hou | 9 | 157 538 3.4 2 | 18 130 7.2 0 || 1983 hou | 14 | 322 1301 4.0 12 | 19 216 11.4 0 || 1984 nor | 8 | 50 190 3.8 0 | 0 0 0.0 0 || 1984 hou | 6 | 96 278 2.9 4 | 3 27 9.0 0 || 1985 nor | 16 | 158 643 4.1 1 | 6 88 14.7 0 |+----------+-----+--------------------------+-------------------------+| TOTAL | 115 | 2187 9407 4.3 74 | 121 806 6.7 0 |+----------+-----+--------------------------+-------------------------+Davis: +--------------------------+-------------------------+ | Rushing | Receiving |+----------+-----+--------------------------+-------------------------+| Year TM | G | Att Yards Y/A TD | Rec Yards Y/R TD |+----------+-----+--------------------------+-------------------------+| 1995 den | 14 | 237 1117 4.7 7 | 49 367 7.5 1 || 1996 den | 16 | 345 1538 4.5 13 | 36 310 8.6 2 || 1997 den | 15 | 369 1750 4.7 15 | 42 287 6.8 0 || 1998 den | 16 | 392 2008 5.1 21 | 25 217 8.7 2 || 1999 den | 4 | 67 211 3.1 2 | 3 26 8.7 0 || 2000 den | 5 | 78 282 3.6 2 | 2 4 2.0 0 || 2001 den | 11 | 167 701 4.2 0 | 12 69 5.8 0 |+----------+-----+--------------------------+-------------------------+| TOTAL | 81 | 1655 7607 4.6 60 | 169 1280 7.6 5 |+----------+-----+--------------------------+-------------------------+Campbell's peak was six years, with a down year in '82, while Davis' was four years, without an overly impressive first year ('95) in that peak.Look how similar their last three years were. Pretty weird.
  2. I would just like to say the following are completely obvious: Ben Roethlisberger is the greatest QB of all time. Jerome Bettis is the greatest RB of all time. Hines Ward is the greatest WR of all time. Troy Polomalu is the greatest S of all time. Bill Cower is the greatest coahc of all time. The Pittsburg Steelers are the greatest franchise of all time. That is, until next season and somebody else wins the SB. Then they'll be the greatest of all time.
  3. Why would the first thing Locke says to Jack, "I wouldn't touch that if I were you," referring to the computer? Kind of a weird thing to say with a guy holding you hostage.
  4. After watching The Terminal last night, I'm picturing your janitor being the janitor in that movie.
  5. What, you don't think he'll come back after his one week suspension?
  6. 141 User(s) are reading this topic (24 Guests and 12 Anonymous Users)
  7. I can see it now:The kid makes one last dash towards the bathroom. EvilGrin72 chases him down and tackles him from behind. They struggle. The kid makes in his pants.
  8. Nobody's saying general actions, like killing, can't be justified. It's the more specific actions that we are talking about. There's a difference in saying killing can be either right or wrong and saying running over your neighbor's children just for kicks can be either right or wrong. Running over your neighbor's children just for kicks is always wrong for everyone, with no exceptions.And, if you happen to come up with an exception, I'll just make the scenario more specific. We can get more and more specific until you will, or I hope you will, admit that there are things that are right and wrong regardless of what others may think.
  9. You'd be amazed what people say to a Muslim American in a post 9/11 world. Whatever they said, they probably didn't think it was wrong, so it's okay.
  10. How do you propose laws be decided? The country I live in already has laws. No need to make up new ones.Are you implying that speeding is immoral? Why are certain actions illegal?
  11. Yes. Okay, I'll start the poll. Yeah, that worked well.
  12. Um, this really needs to be a poll. I'd guess it comes out heavily on the "No way, Jose" side, if people were to answer honestly. It's a great joke and all, but would you really? A) The Dolphins aren't thinking much of anything, especially about whether they are smarter than humans or not.B) If Dolphins do consider such things, then they're wrong.
  13. Fatguy chose an absurd example (on purpose). To show that love of something isn't necessarily a good reason to save one over the other. Of course it isn't. Neither is species. That's where there is huge disagreement.
  14. Fatguy chose an absurd example (on purpose). To show that love of something isn't necessarily a good reason to save one over the other. There's been so much disagreement on whether saving a dog is okay and you think it's reasonable to bridge the next gap? I say: Who cares what a loon defines as being looney?
  15. When presented with the thought of someone loving a pencil so much that they'd save it over a human, the response came down to:
  16. If the stranger wants you to save him, that is a selfish want. Okay. That doesn't follow. Wouldn't that make it immoral? Or is there a middle ground? The guy is not immoral for wanting his life to be saved. So, then why would it be selfish for a man to want his best friends life to be saved? Does "best friend" = dog?
  17. Can you justify your pencil love in a way that doesn't make you a total loon? Those pencils are my business. I sell them. Those pencils provide my income and without them my business would collapse. Say my pencil factory is burning down and I run in to save all the pencils and leave the human trapped and he dies. Do you believe that your business is more important than life? If so, be my guest. I don't, but I'll drop that in the judgement call realm. So, saving a business over a human is a judgement call when it comes to morals? Can be. Depends how losing the business would affect your life and ability to sustain yourself. Does it depend on how losing life would affect that person?
  18. Is it the last dog? No. Is the guy in the lake the last person? If the guy in the lake was the last person, there wouldn't be me to save him. Last female then. If the dog was the last dog, most of its value is based on that fact. The value of the human isn't determined as much by quantity.If it was the last dog on earth, and didn't have the cure to cancer, and one of 3 billion women, I'd save the woman. If the dog did hold the cure to cancer, and was the only one, that would probably change my answer.
  19. Can you justify your pencil love in a way that doesn't make you a total loon? Those pencils are my business. I sell them. Those pencils provide my income and without them my business would collapse. Say my pencil factory is burning down and I run in to save all the pencils and leave the human trapped and he dies. Do you believe that your business is more important than life? If so, be my guest. I don't, but I'll drop that in the judgement call realm. So, saving a business over a human is a judgement call when it comes to morals?
  20. Is it the last dog? No. Is the guy in the lake the last person? If the guy in the lake was the last person, there wouldn't be me to save him.