What if, in the worst of the 120-0 games..we actually had the closest engine to what would be considered perfect (or closer then what is right now)? What if one of the things that has made it necessary to artificially nerf results of games was never an engine problem. Can I please ask why this quarterback even exists?
Invariably this guy will get signed by somebody. To me, him playing football is the equivalent of letting a guy hitting .050 with no defense play major league baseball. He just doesn't have the minimum skills necessary to even play at a dIII level. If maybe, he was athletic to an extent and could be used in a veer type of offense, maybe he could have these skills and make a team. Maybe, it is ok for a team made up of players like him to get beat 120-0, but that doesn't mean its ok to have players like him in the game. Existence of players like this makes it more difficult to evaluate any engine they throw at us. As, not only do guys like this make teams, they start for teams. The answer isn't to nerf human recruiting, the answer is to narrow the talent gap for intradivisional recruits.
Why am I wrong?