Originally Posted by GingerFurball
True, and I've admitted that. But he's played twice as many games at home than he has away from home and it's only since 2008 that he's been regarded as a first choice bowler - his career away from England up until then is a scattering of one off Tests here and there, with 3 Tests of an Ashes series in Australia when he'd played virtually no First Class cricket in the 2006 domestic season due to injury.
The time to properly judge Anderson away from home is after 4 or 5 seasons of consistently bowling in all conditions - something he's only had for 2 seasons of a 7 year Test career.
Yes I would agree with that.