Not sure if it's been mentioned (but I'm sure already understood), our run pass ratio is lopsided. We're a 2:1 pass-to-run team. Only 5 teams have less than 100 carries on the season. Can you guess their combined win %?
Falcons (1-4) (9 sacks allowed)
Dolphins (3-2) (24 sacks allowed)
Redskins (1-3) (15 sacks allowed)
Giants (0-5) (15 sacks allowed)
Steelers (0-4) (15 sacks allowed)http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/2013/
So let me get this straight, we have an O-line with question marks and a RB/TE group that isn't trustworthy in pass pro ...... but we want to pass at twice the rate of the run? That is why I wonder if some of the sack/pressure numbers are skewed based on how we're running the offense at this stage. The whole thing seems so stubborn. They're tipping their one-dimensional hats to teams and it's not that odd to watch the O-line be made a fool because of it at times.
Other intelligently run teams would work to mask a deficiency like that via the run game, screen game, dump-offs, and draw plays ..... we do none of that. Our whole offense is basically 3WR quick comebacks and curls. Watch the videos I posted, by design it would appear we're getting the ball out quick. We're not even attempting to manipulate defenses into giving us time to drop back and start throwing more deep balls.
Tannehill is averaging 36.4 attempts per game. Does that sound kosher to any of you? I think this offense is completely fooling themselves if they are intent on being a finesse, pass dominate unit like the Packers have been. They're still not ready for it yet. Heck, even the Broncos (201/151) and Saints (201/125) have better pass/run numbers.