Originally Posted by AdamJT13
Pass attempts are not automatically less effective just because a team is behind. It is the ineffective pass attempts (or ineffective pass D) that causes the team to fall behind.
Your first statement is correct, but your second is not. The number of attempts -- whether rushing or passing -- does not cause a team to win or lose, they are an effect of the game situation.
The EFFECTIVENESS of the pass attempts and pass defense is what causes a team to win, in most cases.
LOL.....passing is the only thing that matters. LOL
Defense, running the ball, turnovers, special teams, coaching, not much right? LOL
You are wrong, end of story.