Sorry, there are no men and dinosaur footprints in the same place. There are dinosaur footprints and fraudulent men's footprints in the same place.<quoted text>
"Okay. But that doesn't settle the problem of how paleontologists only report dinosaurs in deeper soil and cavemen in more shallow soil.
If humans and dinosaurs walked the earth together, then the tally should be something like: "
Couple of things here
In the after math of a huge flood the heaviest animal would settle to the bottom first.
Second, men and dinosaurs foot tracks in the same ledge rock in many places around the world.
Men named the different layers of mud not God. Christians know that a layer of mud does not mean millions of years of dust settling. Animals have to be buried fast in order to be fossilized. You always hear of huge mixes of fossilized dinosaurs bones, like what a flood might leave behind.
And your other idea fails very quickly when you look more closely at the fossil record. Especially when you look at microscopic index fossils.