Nobody, he also threw 70 more passes than he has ever thrown, and had the second most interceptions of his career. Also, teams were gearing to stop the pass and I think it allowed more open space for Connor to gain stats. We were the number 1 passing attack in the nfl this year. Teams knew what we were going to do and we should have been able to run the ball more effectively. Is it personal in the running back room? The o line? Coaching? I love reading you anylasis on everything, so I’m looking forward to your opinion.
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