I was referring to definition of valuable being:
a: having monetary value
b: worth a good price.
You are right in there being other definitions as well when speaking of worth and value.
But I do feel that pay is an important marker for how important a employer feels that you are. But definitely not the only factor.
I only brought in compensation as evidence that could be considered.
Other than that it's just a matter of opinion. And the only way one could prove it is for one to have more success without the other. Same as with Tom and Bill. Would they have won all those SBs without one over the other? We will never know. Maybe without Bill, Tom never gets a shot and is out of the league after a few years as a back-up. Maybe without Tom, Bill is ran out of town after a few disappointing seasons and neither become the legends they are today. There is no way of knowing for sure. So to me it's just a matter of opinion.
But if you don't feel money is a factor that is fine with me. We all have different ways of looking at things, if we didn't this would be a pretty boring forum to visit.
As with Luck and Ballard, I hope it is a long time before we have to find out which one is more important. But it is a fun question to consider.
bro wanna be right so bad lol it’s sickening. He’s a safety playing en a cover 2 scheme. That en itself is his protection. it’s literally begging the opposition to do everything else but throw it deep.
When Hooker starts making plays like Eddie Jackson call me. For now he’s iight