Right, but when you have a good passing attack you don't face many third downs in the first place. Good offenses don't constantly face third and longs because they execute on first and second down to a good degree. The passing game needs to improve or else it's going to be the same old story. The good offenses, specifically quarterbacks, aren't analyzed to this degree because they make it look easy. No one talks about how many third downs Drew Brees or Aaron Rodgers faces, because those usually aren't an issue for them. In other words, they convert their fair share of them.
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Originally Posted by Borat
Oh, my bad. Didn't realize SWDC was the pinnacle of class and grace.