I suggest that you decided before you started that a poor running game was the main reason for the inept offense.
I believed that to be true, but it doesn't mean I tried to filter the data or form it to prove my assertion. I began looking at it to see if the numbers would prove my assumption.
To smugly suggest that those who think otherwise are "foolish and wrong" suggests that you put too much faith in your numbers.
I never said they were "foolish and wrong." I may have said bits and pieces of their beliefs are foolish and wrong, but I never said what you are implying.
I suppose that I must foolishly remain unconvinced by your argument.
I didn't post it with the intentions of getting 500 e-high fives. I put in the work to look at some data to see what would turn up.
Let's face it, most of the arguments on here are: "JJ sucks cause he gets sacked", "JJ sucks cause he can't throw deep" "JJ just sucks" without any real attempt to support claims other than "I saw it so I know it's true."
A lot of times those opinions are skewed. For example, people arguing that he's inaccurate. That's flatly untrue. It just is. But the entire failure of the offense causes people to magnify the performance of one or two players and argue things which actually aren't true at all.