You ever see a stat posted about a receiver and first downs. The one that says that so and so receiver has 50 of their 60 catches that have gone for first downs or that 85% of their catches go for first downs. I have always found the stat kind of comical. It just has no reference point. They state it as if 85% or whatever is a good number. They don't ever show how it ranks to league leaders or the league average. It just sounds good because it is a high number. Everything is relative, so what is it related to? This isn't a stat used all the time and been made part of the establishment, so it is easy to sneak in and pass it off as if it means so much. Look at baseball hitters. If a guy hits the ball 31.5% of the time, you know what that means. You know that it is a good percentage because that statistic is very common and well known and utilized for every hitter. It has substance. Plus most receivers average over 10 yards a reception, so most of their receptions should go for first downs anyway. Just typing down thoughts instead of working.