Below is an incomplete list of popular arguments and case patterns for NCFCA LD negatives, along with my thoughts on their competitive viability.
If a debater hits an exact copy of himself, I expect the one with the higher-rated arguments to win. This is a good tool for prep, but it can’t predict what will happen in a live round. Take every opponent seriously. An excellent rating does not guarantee victory, and a weak rating does not guarantee defeat. Don’t throw out your case just because of what you read here. Instead, use the feedback to find specific ways to strengthen your case.