Yes you find it funny to use a IR season in a comparison.
Bahaha you realize that you've just done exactly what you're using to discredit my point? You said it was unfair to compare stats from a season where Godfrey missed seven more games than Harper so you substituted that season's stats with those from his full season in 2010 and compared them to Harper while still including the season where he missed seven games.
Godfrey is that close in numbers and he missed all last year. Nice try comparing 3 years to 2. Let's try to be fair and use common sense when comparing numbers.
Now if we take out the year where Charles only played 2 games and put in 2010 (a full season). Godfrey has 74 more tackles 8 more PDF and 5 more int's.
So that's 239 tackles 23 PDF and 9 int's.
You realize Harper missed half of last season, right?
And looking at his numbers from 2010 or, in fact, any numbers from before 2013, is a waste of time because he's not the same player he was then, just as Harper isn't the same player he was in 2010. I just found it funny how you said to check the stats as if Godfrey would come out so far ahead. I also generally find it funny when people think that traditional statistics are the tell all, end all when it comes to evaluating football players.