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Re: So one weekend of games is what makes is so?

January 23, 2023 09:33AM
We were not good running the football last year, especially in the playoffs and superbowl and we won. So... Dallas lost their most explosive runner so I guess part of it is successful teams have running backs who play the whole game? Teams have stay with the run when it's working and/or they have a lead. So the stats at the end of the game bear that out. Most teams don't set out to pass the ball 50 times a game.

I don't like these backwards engineering articles where you take a game result and point out things as if they are set in stone. Where was this writer predicting all this on Friday?

Surprise - turnovers kill you, especially in the playoffs. Until they don't (see Jacksonville). That was an exception, for sure, but turnover differential is not a 'this year' phenomenon. It's been that way since whenever.

Another shocker - you have to protect your passer and get to the other team's passer. Is any team not actively trying to do this?

I believe it’s called denial when one is confronted with Evian’s still tries to rationalize it away.

Rams brain trust had best get back to fundamentals. And it starts with Snead/McVay and trickles down to the waterboys. Literally EVERYTHING should be on the table for consideration this offseason.

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