I don't know. I don't care to know the number.It's unfortunate that I have apparently insulted the Cooks proponents. I merely mentioned that Cooks stating overtly that he is already better than Jackson shows significant arrogance. For those who don't care - fine, ignore it. I'm not going to try to force you to think like I do. I think it's worth noting. It may mean nothing in the long run, but right now we have what he has done in college and what he says to evaluate him. You don't know but it's something. All players are capable of all sorts of things, but most of the time we discount them because they are so unlikely to do them. You apparently think that the likelihood of Cooks becoming a headcase is a large enough number to talk about it, but you won't say that. That's unfortunate.I understand that you don't agree with me. Okay. We disagree. Have a great day. I never said I don't agree with you. I'm trying to understand how you got to your point of view, but you insist on being a black box so it's pretty ####### hard.You don't understand how I got toy point of view? I observed Cooks' statement that he is better than D Jackson and evaluated it based upon Cooks' pro career to date. And because he is comparing himself to a very good WR 1 in the NFL and in his stated opinion that he is the better of the two despite having not proven a damned thing in the NFL already, I called that arrogance. And I stated that several times now. I also stated that I find that level of arrogance disconcerting to myself.That's it. If you want me to quantify it , I can't. It's an opinion based upon my experience. That's it. Again. There you go. Clear enough this time ? But his quote was ' In my opinion, I can do it like him and do it better." Not "Im better than him". I think thats why everyone is confused, because it sounds like you're saying he said outright that he is better than him. Unless I missed something else?