Originally Posted by CowboysFanSince88
Not necessarily run but quicker passes so he can avoid sacks and negative plays.
If a team knows you can't block and believes it can get to the quarterback easily, it will have its corners sit on the short routes to force the quarterback to hold the ball.
Quicker passes in that case would more likely result in more interceptions.
The keys to avoiding negative plays by the quarterback are to establish a running game and force a team to work for pressure. (If a team can stop the run and put pressure on the quarterback without blitzing or bringing up a safety, then there's going to be sacks and negative plays.)