I took a tremendous amount of grief last year suggesting that, from top to bottom, weighing all positions equally, GT was more talented today (after 2012 season) than in 2008 and 2009. I used essentially a grading spreadsheet, ranking each starting player from both eras on a scale from 1 to 5. 1 being defined as a poor player who should not be starting at this level and 5 being essentially a Calvin Johnson type player at his position. One of the guys I caught the most crap for, who was used as the sole reason, by many, to discredit my entire analysis was Robbie Godhigh. See, I ranked him (3.5) ahead of Roddy Jones (3.0) and that set off a fire storm of rude comments etc etc. In fact, my spreadsheet was copied over to another board by DCS and they all went nuts too! As far as they were concerned I deserved to be put in a straight jacket. My feeling, at the time, was that RG and RJ both had established themselves as consistent and reliable blockers, but RG had a slight edge running (being able to make people miss), and a fairly significant edge in receiving, both route running and hanging on to the football. Now that RG has played his last season, with a bowl game to go, I would like to put his 2013 season into perspective by comparing his 12 games of 2013 to the best AB of every completed 13 game season in the CPJ era. Robbie Godhigh 2013 - Rush 694, Rec 420 Orwin Smith 2012 - Rush 682, Rec 288 Orwin Smith 2011 - Rush 615, Rec 306 Orwin Smith 2010 - Rush 516, Rec 195 Anthony Allen 2009 - Rush 618, Rec 112 (Roddy Rush 345, Rec 0) Roddy Jones 2008 - Rush 690, Rec 155 So for all of you out there who were in on the bashing party, I told you so (sarcasm...........kind of). Truthfully, my reason for posting this is not to toot my own horn but, rather, to pay tribute to an amazing season by RG. May we all appreciate all he has done well into the future. I hope he GOES OFF in the bowl game and puts even more separation between himself and the others. Way to go Robbie!