We'll keep this nice and simple. As a fanbase, we've been all over Mike Martz to mix in more/better runs and playcalls. But there's more factors to the offense than just the end-of-game pass/run splits. For example, running when down 20 in the second half isn't a good idea. It's also easier to run the ball when the offense isn't continually in second and long and third and long situations.