Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by ClappingCarrot, Sep 12, 2019.
Indeed, and he's my Quarterback too. If we ever have a bad game with Dak, at least we can remember that he's not a complete and utter coward like Cam is.
Dak would have won Carolina that game.
wow lol you told him.
what is the concept of falsifiability?
Hell,it dang ner' kilt'em
Richard Pryor in the house
I think so too.
However, that Panthers oline might not even be as good as the Dallas backup line.
Why are people saying stuff like this without recognizing that Cam is injured, possibly way more seriously than the Panthers are letting on?
This could be Luck all over again soon.
Yea your right.
Then dont play. He was horrible.
Theories have to be falsifiable (able to be proven false) in order to be good theory.
One can't prove that Zeke would have converted the same play McCaffery couldn't because it is absolutely IMPOSSIBLE to prove, for obvious reasons.
Hence, it can't be proven false.
That's the concept of falsifiability.
I just find it funny anytime someone enters a debate to vehemently argue a hypothetical situation impossible to prove, and then gets insulting about it at that.
We all have our opinions. We may think we know what would happen with our "if" scenarios. But when we SWEAR a hypothetical situation will go EXACTLY as we THINK it will, then pack our arguments with conspiracy theories about our opponents' agenda, we're going a little beyond the boundaries of what a hypothetical scenario and an argument over hypotheticals should be about.
Are you in special classes, by any chance?
Hypotheticals? Easy, a scenario/theory that is unproven, tentatively accepted to explain certain facts.
In this case, Zeke is very quick and powerful. He has a great jump cut and the ability to cut, but his head down, and charge forward for the 1st down. I consider it likely, in this instance, that he would've been able to make the first down, as the CB would most likely have not had a chance against his power.
McC allowed the CB to get under his pads and stand him up. Zeke would never have allowed that on this play.
Dude, are you really this inane? We are both arguing the hypothetical.
I think it is very close.