Originally Posted by JoeJoeBrown
Which is fine, I don't think Pryor has any business being in the Heisman chase. Also, you are ignoring total performance in the game (70 yds = subpar if you are going to say you are owning someone in a loss vs 233 yds = average in a win.)
You must be fun at parties.
But you're playing the "let's remove the big plays to help my case" argument. Why can't I do the same?
I'm awesome at parties, thank you. It's probably time for you to come up with a new line, though. It's only the 17th time you've used that.