|12-08-2006, 11:18 AM||#16|
Join Date: Oct 2006
Re: A new Burgundy Army Article: Learning from Mistakes; Ed. 1
great article, trip, the classic case of where marginal costs exceed marginal benefits
the only thing you can really address here to criticize is that the offense in its enitrety is not a constant, meaning the 2nd receiver will not get the same % of balls every year, and that each position can be looked at individually. an improvement in #2 may create more space for #1 etc. etc. altogether though, i think its pretty clear that with an offense that was able to be #11 last year, adding expensive WRs that didn't get the ball that much in that pretty efficient system is a dumb move.