Sure, I totally agree that folks should be careful. Indeed, that's what started my recent replies, as a response to a poster who somewhat rashly opined that Altidore has trouble scoring for the US. Trouble compared to what? The stats don't show that Jozy is an internationally elite scoring machine. They do show that he is a capable scorer, especially for a 21 year old, and especially compared to US historical scoring records. Maybe he's benefited from having Dempsey and Donovan as teammates. But then a lot of international strikers have far better teammates than Dempsey and Donovan, but don't consistantly put Jozy's stats to shame. Maybe he's played weaker opponents. But Holland has played San Marino and Moldova 4 times in the last year. Spain has faced Lichtenstein and Lithuania 4 times in 12 months. Germany has had to battle Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan 4 times recently. Euro qualifying pits the elite against minnows all the time. I don't know how anyone can say that the highest-scoring 21 year old in US international soccer history has a scoring problem. Compared to what? Be careful with such absolute opinions unsupported by any facts.