Patriots profit by running more.

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    Patriots profit by running more.

    I have seen many posts on the weakness of our run game, especially after losing Taylor. The article below tells a different story from what many think the results were. Thoughts?In the last five games, the Patriots have dropped back to pass 196 times and run 139 rushing plays - a 58.5 percent passing rate. In that time, the Patriots have gone 4-1 and scored 32.8 points per game. Even without the 59-0 aberration against Tennessee, they have averaged 26.3 points per game.   Running more enables more - and more effective - play-action passes and forces safeties to respect the threat of a run. In the last five games, Brady has thrown 13 touchdown passes against two interceptions while averaging 287.6 yards per game.They rank 14th in the NFL at 115 rushing yards per game, but they’ve been more productive since their Week 3 shift.


     
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    Re: Patriots profit by running more.

    The article's cut off on the end
     
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    Re: Patriots profit by running more.

    In Response to Re: Patriots profit by running more.:
    [QUOTE]The article's cut off on the end
    Posted by Sam-Adams[/QUOTE]

    The right side also
     
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    Re: Patriots profit by running more.

    see other post - can not delete this pig
     
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