Not at all.methinks you luring me to do a disproving graph . Yep errors generally Burgess, hands, lateral movement, positioning ,etc , just dumb sort of stuff and limited multiple 1st grade strings to his bow. He's solid at times, at absolute best, but that's not how he usually plays imho. Back up first drop -sure. And if he's relegated to that, id prefer a project player like Hazelton.
I agree that there are gaps. He has a few positives though. Ptb speed, work rate, etc. are better than most middles, and he can play back row somewhat competently. He does have that tendency to go like a bull at a gate for 15-20 and then make a lazy play though. For the most part I think that can be managed by limiting his minutes, which Fitz seems to have a handle on for most middles.
The graphs I do when someone says something that sounds like it could be right, but nobody actually knows.... so I check to see if it really does actually work like that. I'm not looking to disprove anyone. I genuinely want to know the answer for myself. E.g. "tired players miss more tackles", "we win more games when Toby comes off the bench", "Talakai is a great defender in the middle", etc.
I'm not asserting a position with any graph. In fact usually I'm surprised by the answer. E.g. I thought Toby was shithouse when playing more than half a game (and posted this many times) but it turns out he is great until about the 55-60 minute mark. It's only after that he struggles.