Originally Posted by wick
You can't take advantage of an opportunity that wasn't created. How you get the ball into the end zone hardly matters. If you pass the ball from your own 20 down to the opponent's one, what difference does it make if you pass or throw the ball into the end zone as long as you score the touchdown?
It doesn't make any difference of course, but that's not the point.
The fallacy is when you suggest that more run TD only means fewer pass TD. It doesn't. It also means fewer FG attempts (both made and missed), fewer turnovers, and fewer turnovers on downs.