Originally Posted by -p.tiddy-
I just gave you 3 examples in Edgerrin, Sproles, and Dillon...I'm sure I could dig up a dozen more as well.
You're missing the point entirely.
The point is there is no relationship between great pass game making it easier on a running back, i.e. more production. Just like there is no relationship to a bad quarterback making it harder on a running back.
You can name examples of great years from running backs who played with great quarterbacks as much as I can give examples of great years from running backs with average to below average to terrible quarterbacks.
That's the whole point.