Browny, the figure is the number of suspensions I believe.
But I was in no way suggesting that Salford have not been guilty of things, nor that the suspensions weren't well earned certainly in some cases. No, I just can't see how one team can have 27 and another Zero as well as the nearest rival to Salford being some 16 behind. If as you point out Harris picked these things up at Wigan why are the Warriors not up there with Salford? The figures don't add up, in terms of probability.
And though the incidents you picked up were questionable they're not the issue it is the level of difference that intrigues me as I can't come up with a sensible explanation for why the numbers should be so different given the game as it is played by everyone! Unless you think two teams are are complete saints and Salford are (sorry just came out like this) devils incarnate it makes no sense!
I'm still hoping that some one will show this is the norm and season by season this has been the difference consistently but maybe no one's that nerdy or doesn't want to admit they are - but no one has come up with anything at all! This is also amazing given the statistics you normally get in the stampede to point out this, that, or the other!
What do you mean "I believe"? You're the one that started this thread quoting this number and you don't even know what the number means.
What is the source for this figure?
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