I posted this in another thread, but it occured to me that this topic deserved its own space... Pat Noon scored a goal every 164 minutes during the 2003 season, despite playing a bunch of minutes at the beginning of the season as a flank midfielder. Damani Ralph, a great and deserving player, scored a goal every 180 minutes all of which were spent as an out-and-out striker. Ralph was great. Noonan was better. I also think it's too bad that players like Ricardo Clark and Shalrie Joseph, who were both pillars of any success their teams had in 2003, will never get the consideration they deserve because they're simply not in positions that afford them the opportunity to ripple the back of the net with any regularity.