After seeing Tony Romo make that nice run after the snap that went over his head I got to wondering about throwing the ball away to minimize losing yardage. Last night Welker ran an end-around. If he could clearly see two defenders that he was not going to get past (before getting back to the line of scrimmage) would it be a bad idea to bail on the play and toss/throw/whip the ball out of bounds? Those end-around plays tend to be great (the defense bought it) or lousy resulting in a loss because the defense maintained their responsibilities. How about a running back that runs out wide and finds a similar situation? Seems like as long as the player is confident that he's not being closely pursued behind him it wouldn't be too risky an option and it stops the clock which helps in certain circumstances.