Originally Posted by GoFor7
And yet you continue to ignore the fact that those offenses actually try to score instead of play ball-control like the Steelers.....
Conclusion: Seeing that only Rodgers offensive production changed significantly, if a team wants to score more points they are better off with a new quarterback than a new coordinator.
My point is NOT that every other good qb is directing an offense that scores more points than Ben year in and year out - that is secondary.
The MAIN POINT is that every qb on the list - with the exception of Rodgers - produced almost exactly the same number of points under the new OC as under the old OC.
Every Roethlisberger fan thinks that simple statistical analysis is a "rosetta stone."