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The Bruce Exclusive: The myth of running the ball and stopping the run

It doesn’t correlate with winning as much as passing and stopping the pass

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The Bruce Exclusive podcast Cover Art
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Josh Rawdin

On this episode of “The Bruce Exclusive”, Bruce tackles an old NFL adage that states that the best way to win in the NFL is to run the ball and stop the run. Being good at those things is better than not being good at those things, but does it correlate with winning more so than passing the ball and stopping the pass?

Bruce also goes through the listener submitted #almightytake

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