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    Quote Originally Posted by TheVicster View Post
    The league has developed into a high scoring league. If you can't score in bunches, you've got a problem. So the plod the ball down the field style of offensive doesn't succeed in today's NFL.
    Plodding down the field takes up time of possession, reducing the other teams offensive touches and thus scoring, and also tires out the opposing defense. There are reasons for doing things in certain ways. You can have a high scoring rushing attack. It just depends on your level of success. As an example, Seattle didn't outscore their opponents 150-30 (#2 scoring in a 3 week span all time) because they became pass happy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fulleffect06 View Post
    come on man Manning didn't come close to winning his superbowl with 200 yards rushing on the ground with his team. Big ben had a QBR of like 22 in one of them
    And they didn't get them to the Super Bowl? They may not have been huge in the Super Bowl but they were the main reason those teams even got to the Super Bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FortDetroit View Post
    exactly. that is what I am saying.
    no,yo are saying if you cant do one you should exclusively do the other. thats not going to work, and recent playoff results have shown that. that means you need to improve in the one you are weak in
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    Quote Originally Posted by j11430 View Post
    I thought you were talking offensive balance. My bad.
    that helps, but no i meant team balance
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    no,yo are saying if you cant do one you should exclusively do the other. thats not going to work, and recent playoff results have shown that. that means you need to improve in the one you are weak in
    i was agreeing with you dude.

    balance is not just running and passing the ball a similar amount of times. it's being solid at both.

    recent playoff results haven't show **** either. last year the giants were the worst running team in the NFL and the Patriots ran the ball only 40% of the time with one of the worst YPC in the league.
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    Ask the Vikings if they would rather have the Packers offense...Rodgers - Harris/Grant - their WR's or Ponder/Webb - Peterson - their WR's.

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    Having a great RB is simply not a need in the NFL anymore. Having a good rushing attack is though. Big difference.
    You need a great QB to win a super bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FortDetroit View Post
    i was agreeing with you dude.

    balance is not just running and passing the ball a similar amount of times. it's being solid at both.

    recent playoff results haven't show **** either. last year the giants were the worst running team in the NFL and the Patriots ran the ball only 40% of the time with one of the worst YPC in the league.
    giants plad defense and offense well, where as the patriots only played offense welli meant a balanced team not a balanced offense, which is also misleading because while the stats say the giants were terrible running the ball, they ran it well in the playoffs
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