Its 15 games because you arent counting agains Revis. And heres the numbers. http://espn.go.com/blog/afceast/post/_/id/9203/versus-revis-all-wrs-in-elimination-game Straight from ESPN
I would never make up numbers, I got the numbers of ESPN themselves, if the numbers are wrong its their math not mine.
OK...let me do the math...it should be 16 games but ill try your way and do 15.......Terrell Owens 72 yds a game without Reviss's game???? 72 yds x 15 games= 1080 yds....Terrell Owens had nowhere near 1080 yds......Fiction
No i said 15 because it was against the rest of the NFL not including Revis games. And actually I messed up its 14 because he played Revis twice. But I didn't make up the numbers, I got them from ESPN, if your saying its wrong call them out, not me. And yes even with 14 games its still more then his 829. But I'm quoting ESPN not making stuff up. I would never make stuff up. I even gave you the link, so check that out before you claim I'm making it up.
I dont have to check any link, because unlike you, i actually watch games and follow the NFL, so i knew immediately that Terrell Owens didnt average 76 yds a game. Did your next door neighbor tell you that Bart Scott had 27 sacks too?
I do watch football, but I'm really not in the mood to argue, I quoted my sources, if thats not good enough for you, I don't care.
Now, lets just get on to having other debates, that cause each person to get passionate.
Revis should have won it hands down. He shut down the best of the best WRs week in andweek out. No other DB forced opposing offenses to alter the game plan as he did. The whole thing is a sham, By the way, I hate the Jets.
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