At the end of last season I compiled stats to figure out what exactly Davis did to the offense (here it is: http://www.houstontexans.com/fan_zone/messageboards/showthread.php?t=909) So after 5 games this season, I have complied stats once again. My stats are based on 2 games and a 1/2 of the Vikings game so the time is split in half. Davis played a big role in the first half against the Vikes and a small role in the second so I looked at the play-by-play and got the stats for each half. I will now compare what happens to Carr and Johnson when Davis plays a big role and when Davis plays a small role. When Davis plays a big role in the offense- 2-1/2 games (Chargers, Lions, first half against Vikes) David Carr's Stats: Completions - 50 Attempts - 72 Yards - 626 Touchdowns - 2 INTs - 3 Avg per completion - 12.5 Andre Johnson Stats: Receptions - 13 Yards - 199 TDs - 1 Avg - 15.3 Total Points scored by offense - 36 Total Turnovers by the offense - 7 Record 0-3 (We lost the first half of the Vikes game) When Davis plays a small or no role in the offense 2-1/2 games (KC, Oakland. other 1/2 of Vikes game) David Carr's Stats: Completions - 46 Attempts - 78 Yards - 749 Touchdowns - 5 INTs - 1 Avg per completion - 16 Andre Johnson Stats: Receptions - 16 Yards - 326 TDs - 3 Avg - 20.4 Total Points scored by offense - 68 (I took out the 2 defensive TDs) Total Turnovers by the offense - 2 Record 3-0 (We won the second half of the Vikes game) The important stats are the total points scored, the turnovers, and the wins by the teams. The stats are excat opposites. You may take these stats as you want to take them, but I will stay opposed to Davis playing a big role in the offense.