Watching the games this year, the RB pass game felt noticeably absent from the game plans. The stats proved me right. What do we think? Did this have an impact on Day's playcalling feeling "stale" or "predictable"? Consequence of involving the TE pass game more? If so, was it worth it to involve the TE more, with taking the ball out of RB's as a consequence?
|2020 (8 games)||18||141||0|
I included stats from the top 3 running backs in terms of rushes that year.
2019: Dobbins, Teague, Crowley
2020: Sermon, Teague, Williams
2021: Henderson, Williams, Teague
2022: Williams, Henderson, Hayden