Originally Posted by AdamJT13
So it's just a coincidence that the win-loss records for all 32 teams correlate highly to passing effectiveness and hardly at all to rushing effectiveness, year after year after year? That's amazing.
So what makes a team effective passing the ball?
Is it just one thing or many things?
I suspect the latter.
Do teams that pass and run the ball effectively do better than teams that only pass effectively?
There are many factors that determine why some teams do better than others year after year.
Coaching, drafting, scheme etc. etc.
What's amazing you keep trying to tell us that passing efficiency it's the only factor.