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I'm sick of dealing with Ryan's nonsense so I'll post here.
"So now that the game is over can we admit that Manning is the most productive QB in the NFL without a bickering about technicalities."
Now that the statement is true, we can agree it's true.
You seem like a reasonable individual (based on the OTHER comments you made to that piece) so I'll take it easy on you.
My point was that productivity is a subjective assessment. Unless a QB is blowing the league out of the water across the board, you can't just emphasize Player X is THE most productive at a position w/out some sort of foundation.
Especially when the thesis of your argument depends on some sort of objectivity. Unless, of course, the article wasn't an argument that the double-standard actually exists, just that Colt fans believe it does.
But I'd hope it wasn't a five page explanation of how one fanbase invents reasons to hate another.
Consequently, why should anyone give a sh*t about what Ryan says really drives the rivalry when he openly admits he's making no effort to keep bias out of it?
Really, a blindly loyal Colt fan says there's a double-standard in the treatment of the Pats? Shocking.
Hey, you know what, I'm a die-hard Giant fan and I think the Dodgers get unfair treatment, but I'd never ask anyone to believe that w/out at least trying to be rationale about it.
Furthermore, that statement was merely ONE example of his omnipresent bias (as I said already). Even if it wasn't a valid criticism (it absolutely was), the only technicality that's being fixated upon is that single example.
Even if you were to definitively show that statement as unbiased, I could dredge up hundreds more from his hundreds of "Manning is really better than Brady, forget about the playoff record/Super Bowl rings for the first time in the history of assessing QB careers" regurgitations.
As for the Pats schedule (remember, I'm a Niner fan), if you don't see it as harder, perhaps you've got some of that same bias working.
Look at the defensive leaders in yard/game, points/game, and passing yards/game.
The Pats' schedule hasn't been that rugged, but it's been substantially more so than the Colts.
Indy's clearly one of the best teams, but they've been beating up on the NFC West and AFC South for the most part.