Archive for August, 2011

Head-to-Head Passing Statistics

Posted: August 27, 2011 by hofworthy in NFL, Randall Cunningham

Head-to-Head Comparison of Cunningham’s Passing Statistics to Current Hall of Famers

Randall Throwing a Tight Spiral

Cunningham's Cannon

Randall Cunningham’s career passing yards, touchdowns, and int ratio rank him among the gridiron elite.  Although, he was known better for his explosive houdini-like scrambles, we argue that Randall was actually an incredibly accurate pocket passer as well.  We’ve broken down his numbers and compared them to the NFL’s all-time greats.

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Cunningham’s Career Statistics

Posted: August 27, 2011 by hofworthy in NFL, Randall Cunningham

For those fortunate enough to see the Philadelphia Eagles play in mid-1980’s and early-1990’s, you saw Randall Cunningham on the field.  You saw a double-threat to score every time the ball was in his hands, a field general who raised the play of his teammates, and a passionate leader who sacrificed his body for the sake of the team.  But as in all HOF debates: What are his credentials? What do the statistics say?
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Randall Cunningham

Posted: August 26, 2011 by hofworthy in NFL, Randall Cunningham

Randall Cunningham

The Argument:

In order to take an objective approach to arguing for the HOF worthiness of Randall Cunningham we’re going to start with the statistics.  That’s where every argument starts right?

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Purpose

Posted: August 26, 2011 by hofworthy in Hall of Fame

The goal of this blog is to provide a forum for discussion, debate, and research sports.

But in the interest of full disclosure the authors of this blog (Phil and Jay) are both from the Philadelphia area.  Thus our natural sports rooting interests are towards the hometown teams.

That said, the goal of this blog is to have an objective discussion on why or why not a sports star is worthy of being inducted as a member of their sports’ respective Hall of Fame.