Originally Posted by AdamJT13
First of all, the key is how many points you score, not how many touchdowns. And it does not matter how you score.
The team that passed the ball better in the Vikings' games went 12-5. The team that ran the ball better went 9-8. Even for the team with perhaps the greatest disparity between rushing success and passing success, the correlations are almost exactly as would be expected.
What are you talking about? I've never said that running the ball doesn't gain yards. It's just that how well you run it doesn't really help decide whether you win or lose.
The 49ers had a higher ANYPA, 6.438 to 5.175.
In case you haven't noticed, the team that has passed the ball better is 6-0 during the playoffs.
Maybe you should start your own football league. One that doesnt allow running. LOL
What are all these dumb NFL coaches doing in the NFL running the football? Dont they know running the football well isnt important? LOL
Everyone has it all wrong. Just ask you. Bwaaaaa!!!!!