Originally Posted by AdamJT13
I've answered that before. Teams that passed and ran the ball more effectively than their opponent won 80 percent of the time this season (104-26). Teams that passed more effectively than their opponent but ran the ball worse than their opponent won 78.3 percent of the time (99-26-1). That's a virtually negligible difference.
So what does this all mean in terms of becoming better for next year?
Although we ran for a franchise-low for team rushing yards in 2012, we still attempted too many rushes (since statistically a first down run doesn't help us win versus a zero-yard gain), right?
Does this mean we need a better QB, since a better running game wouldn't have helped Romo anyway?
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