The better statistic would be run/pass percentage while the game was competitive. I think there were a couple of early season games where we did not throw much in the fourth quarter to run down the clock. Those can tarnish the analysis.
You also have to look at down and distance. I am sure we threw more on third and 10 than on third and 1.
I am looking forward to seeing these stats from you later.
There is no ideal percentage. If you're playing from behind you're going to be passing a lot. If you're in a shootout you're going to be passing a lot. If you're protecting a lead you're going to be running more.
Talking about "ideal ratios" is stupid and misses the main point which is which whether the plays themselves are designed well, and whether they are being called at appropriate times.
The offense needs to work. Pass, run, whatever, just put together an offense that can at least break the top 50 consistently and we will be in much better shape.