The problem with this comparison is that it's selective. After scoring on its first corner of the game, Fulham was in the driver's seat. West Ham needed to open up, and it became easy to string passes together ... until Fulham fell apart and was trailing by halftime. You can't talk about the first 30 minutes and trim out the last 15. After Fulham had gone behind, West Ham defended in numbers and was able to disrupt things more. In spite of that, Fulham did generate two excellent chances while EJ was in the game. AJ fluffed a breakaway and EJ forced a remarkable save. EJ's hold-up play led to some good crossing opportunities, but the service was terrible. I don't think he had a great game, but it's unfair to say that they never looked like scoring while he was on the field.