- Jul 23, 2012
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How in the world have you regressed to this? I’ll need a Sentential Derivative calculator to see how far you’ve spun from our original debate!
I presented some facts which support that teams are running the ball more often because they're winning and not the other way around but you completely ignored all of them. There's no way to change your mind about it despite you being wrong.
In addition nobody was suggesting the defense improved over the past eight games but only during the four game winning streak. But you ignored that as well as it doesn't fit your narrative.
What's the point of having a discussion when facts are completely ignored?
Check this out. RG3 said Aaron Rodgers better think about getting his derrière acclimated with his Receivers earlier this season to avoid a repeat of Week 1 of the last several seasons.
Then he went in to say the Jets should Run the ball more and not rely on Aaron Rodgers to carry the entire team on his shoulders!
Is that DUO crazy stuff or what! I couldn’t believe my ears he sounded like me in his thick black rimmed glasses! Can you believe his audacity to suggest what I’ve been saying to you since almost a year ago? He tripped me out with those totally rad ideas!
The Jets should most likely run the ball more often next season than they did in 2022. Despite playing Zach Wilson, Joe Flacco, Mike White and Chris Streveler at quarterback they finished tied for fourth in the league in pass play percentage. That's definitely not a recipe for success with this group of QBs.
But they should continue to throw the ball more often than they run it, especially with Rodgers at QB.
FYI there were only three teams that ran the ball on more than 50% of the offensive plays last season. The Bears finished with the worst record in the league, the Falcons finished in last place in the worst division in the NFL and the Ravens made the playoffs while having a running back at QB. That's not a ringing endorsement to suggest it's a decent idea to run the ball more often than to throw it.