I notice a ton of people around here just spouting off about statistics and it is starting to get ridiculous how many times people are either misinformed or just flat lying to try and prove a point. You can find almost and stat you need on NFL.com. The most common arguement is how well Culpepper did or did not do without Moss, etc.
So here you go ...
Culpepper's career stats without Randy Moss are (and this counts two games Moss "played" in, but did not play more than two plays): 9 games, 200-299, 67%, 2,198 yards, 13 TD, 13 INT and a 84.83 Rating.
There ... and that counts this season and that is fact, Ill even update it every week so that people can quit spouting about how great or how bad he is without Moss and making up stats. As a matter of fact, he is pretty middle of the road right now without Moss. He is not bad or great ...
I disagree. He's BAD.
THIS year, without defenses prepareing to cover Moss, Daunte's QB rating is (in fact) 67.2, almost dead last amongst starters. Including last years stats to help shadow this years stats is rediculous. Especially since this year he's supposed to be better anyway. More depth at WR, Kleinsasser's back, and Rosenthal's back.
And what about the running game stats with/without Moss? Where are those? Why stop at Daunte?
Moss changed the game, "get over it".