Remember back when Alan Webb only managed a 1:46, 3:35, and 3:55 in 2008, or a 3:57 indoor mile in 2009 (after a 4:04 and 1:52 indoor double) and 3:55 outdoor mile in 2009? People then thought he was done and never again going to reach top form (if you want proof look at all the letsrun threads after his meets in 2008 and 2009). Plus his "bad" times were also bashed, like his 3:42 in NY in 2009.
I personally am glad that Webb is back and racing, but so far he hasn't done anything better than his form in 2008 or 2009 (both seasons after he had been injured), and it's possible he might end 2010 like that. Salazaar so far (this might change in the future I understand that), but so far hasn't done more for Webb for a comeback than Razcko has. Why was his 1:46 in 2008 bashed, or his 1:52 in 2009, his 3:42 in 2009, his 3:55's at Pre etc, but now when he runs a 1:52, 3:41, and 1:48 in 2010 he is praised?
Read the old threads. Everyone thought he was never going to return to his top form after his races in 2008 and 2009. Now he runs worse times than those years, and people think he will easily return to his top form. How does that make sense?