That's a big advantage. Of course Ward’s not done yet though I don’t see how he realistically catches Harrison in any major category. However, there is one area where Ward is clearly superior to Harrison. One huge area. The postseason. Check it out:
For such a great receiver on such a successful team, Harrison’s postseason numbers are shockingly pedestrian. And despite playing in 16 playoff games, Harrison’s only scored twice in the playoffs, both in a wild-card round blowout of Denver. By contrast Ward’s raised the level of his game in the playoffs. Check out the tables below. While Harrison seemed to play worse as his team got farther in the playoffs, Ward gets better each playoff round. The goal of every team is to win. At least in the postseason Ward did a lot more to help his team win it all than Harrison ever did. That’s got to count for something in choosing an all-decade team.
|Super Bowl||1||5||59||11.8||0||Conf. Championship||2||7||60||8.6||0||Divisional||6||25||331||13.2||0||Wild Card||7||28||433||15.5||2|
|Super Bowl||2||7||166||23.7||1||Conf. Championship||4||19||287||15.1||2||Divisional||5||27||362||13.4||3||Wild Card||3||23||249||10.8||2|