The 9ers was up on the patriots like 30 to 7 last year sometimes in the 3rd, the patriots came back and made it a contested game one possession game. Should the QB's stat become meaningless once their team is down big? Maybe we should put an asterisk on that stat to.
For the eagles-redskins game, the eagles was up 33-20 with 12:30 left in the fourth, AND, most importantly, the score was still 33-20 with 9:15 to go in the 4th with redskin possession. That's not a contested game? Should the eagles have brought in the backups?
You were the one saying how all his 975 passing yards were accumulated during garbage time and I just debunk your claim. Like i said, stop feeling yourself by making bogus claim.
I don't know what's so hard to understand about the Eagles letting off the gas when they were up 33-0 and RG3 couldn't do so much as complete a pass.
The defense went conservative and gave up easy routes, keeping the Redskins offense in front of them so they could tackle them and let the clock run out to milk the lead, they similarly went conservative on the offensive side.
Now I will admit that the Eagles almost fuged up by doing it a bit too early, but then again it was Chip's first game as a coach.
And no, I never said all of his stats were accumulated in garbage time. I said a good majority of them were, anyone who says otherwise is fuging lying to themselves to try and find some consolation in Griffin's play so far.
Once again, I don't have a stake in this. You're the one that acts all butthurt because people are acknowledging a good majority of RG3's stats this year are a facade.