I wanted to ask you guys in the main forum, but I'm about 100 posts short of being able to do so. I'm using the passer rating formula to rank WR's (using catches, targets, and yards per target in place of completions, attempts, and yards per attempt) and have run into a problem when it comes to the INT stat. Interceptions can be counted (as passes intended for that particular receiver that were picked off), or they can be ignored. The results yielded when you include or not include interceptions aren't vastly different, but since one large difference that does occur involves two Patriot players, I'm turning to you guys for some input on which one of them had the better season. Counting INT's on passes targeted to the receiver, Welker ranks 5th in the NFL, and Moss ranks 15th: Code: Welker NE 123-152 80% 1,348 8.8ypa 4td 1int 109.4 Moss NE 83-136 61% 1,264 9.3ypa 13td 8int 99.0 Not counting INTs puts Moss 5th and Welker 14th: Code: Moss NE 83-136 61% 1,264 9.3ypa 13td 0int 123.5 Welker NE 123-152 80% 1,348 8.8ypa 4td 0int 112.4 I realize it's just a matter of opinion, but that's exactly what I'm asking you for--your opinion.