Originally Posted by BroncoInferno
Bull****. A seven game stretch is a significant sample size in a 16 game season. Seven straight games with 26 or fewer pass attempts, and only two of those games were won by double digits.
Maybe you'll try addressing this post now:
Originally Posted by TheReverend
Sweet! So now we're down to a sample size of a month and a week?
And two of those were blowouts in Chicago's favor...
That leaves us with:
Philly - He threw for 4 TDs... don't need more pass attempts when you're scoring like Candy.
@ Detroit - Probably would've thrown more than 26x but he completed 81 ****ing percent of his passes!
NE - They just got completely pimp smacked.
NYJ - He had a 3 TD performance against the Jets defense... and Forte was at 6 ypc. But who needs context, amirite?
Would you like to try again?
Not to mention we also have opposing evidence in:
1. More success within the system not necessitating more throwing
2. Historically teams run it more towards the end of the season as weather gets colder.
...but don't let facts get in the way bro!