Run Right - Pass Left - thought experiment
Just clicking through the Stats page not looking for anything in particular and noticed the 10 longest run and pass plays.
Pass- Top 4 (5 of 10) are all to LEFT.
Rush- Top 6 (8 of 10) are all to RIGHT.
Even with only 3 choices (L, R, Middle) That seems on the face pretty conclusive. Run to the right for success and pass left.
So, just mind wandering;
Do You Think the pass-left success would be/is similar for all right handed QBs? or is that a Brady-ism, or just statistically meaningless (50% is not that much more than 33%)
Are most teams similarly rush-right successful? Based on the LT-RDE being the focus of most OL and DL talent management or other reason. (this one seems statistically meaningful - 80% is pretty predictive.)
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