I dunno like, by picking the games where Vardy hasn't scored then you're skewing your own sample to games where they likely haven't played well.
Their PPG over the time he's been there have been pretty much the same (1.5) whether or not he plays.
He's also scored 12 of their 45 goals this season, so roughly a quarter, that's not crazy reliance on your main striker for me.
It's a ridiculous argument.
"When your main goal threat doesn't score you don't pick up many points"
That's true for just about anyone.
When Kane doesn't score how are Spurs' results? Salah and Liverpool? Fernandes and United?
Half of Leicester's team walk into our no problem. They have consistently been in the top 4 for nearly two full seasons now, they are a good side.
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