And again as I pointed out in vivid detail, 7 of the top 10 highest volume passing teams failed to make the playoffs and 6 of those teams had losing records. I don’t care what the league average is. It’s irrelevant. What is relevant is the teams records at the end of the season. You’re either going to the playoffs to play for the championship or you’re not. Dan Marino in an interview once said he would trade every record he had for a Super Bowl championship. It doesn’t matter how many times you throw the ball... It doesn’t matter how many yards you throw for... It doesn’t matter how many first downs you throw... It doesn’t matter how many touchdowns you throw... If at the end of the game, your opponent scores more points than you did, then you lost...and there are a number of “high volume” passing teams that did just that, they lost!