Originally Posted by 76Texan
Sure, if you count throwing to the opponents as good throws.
Working the offense is to get the ball to a wide open Walter who was calling for it right in front of him, not keeping the ball and try to run with it only to lose it on a fumble.
3 INTs and a lost fumble with 3 sacks in 32 attempts.
That's the equivalence of at least 48 INTs and 48 sacks over the course of one full season, at the minimum.
That is unless the offense consists.of just running the ball.
That is the oldest mistake in the book. You can't extrapolate things like this from such a small sample size under extraordinary situations.