DOLPHINS: Grumpy Old Men
Mark S. Clark
clark.m.s at gmail.com
Fri Dec 12 18:32:20 GMT 2008
Indoor/outdoor is a good example, because by all rights, a kicker that spends the bulk of his career on a dome team should be the one setting accuracy records.
I won't say distance records because obviously wind can be advantageous with that stat.
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Subject: Re: DOLPHINS: Grumpy Old Men
There's simply no reasonable way to deal with changes in any sport when it
comes to stats and records. I don't think anyone wants to see separate
records kept for different length seasons. And if they did, would they also
want to include other changes as well? Why not keep separate records for
indoor vs. outdoors, or for changes in equipment, or anything else that might
BTW 820 + 160 = 980 :-)
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> I agree with Stanfill.
> Print out the NFL season stats after Game14 Then compare them with the ones
> after Game 16.
> Example: 1000 yards rushing was a BFD in 14 games. Now 80 yards in each of
> the last two games turns a 820 yd rusher into a 1000 yd rusher.
> Garbo...my emails decline after Game 16 ?
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