How far back are the RBs on average from the LOS? About 3 to 4 yards. And they receive the handoff on average about 2 yards from behind the LOS, so in reality a 4th and 1 is actually 4th and 3, with a QB it's 4th and 1.5 yards. Any QB worth a damn should be able to just lean forward and get that --- it's the length of his upper torso, and the refs are often generous in those situations.Cleveland has two of the top running backs in the league, why in the hell qb sneak on 4th and 1?!
Garbage stats with a garbage HC. And if you watched those games, Dak's stats weren't garbage. You going by record and setting them side by side with his stats.BB is a great coach and will go into the HoF. But Brady has shown, to a certain extent, that great coaching can only take you so far without a franchise QB.
And Winston led the NFL in passing yards in 2019 and Dak was 2nd.......#GarbageStats