Well that in itself does not put the QB and the team necessarily in the best position to win. Example, the Packers run defense is horrible. He calls 47 pass plays and 8 runs. Same game - the Packers are in a dime defense the whole game. He calls 47 pass plays and 8 run plays. You can't succeed like that.As for Nagy not running the ball enough, jesus chris people.
Nagy has shown that he uses the pass to set up the run. He has clearly demonstrated that. If the pass isn't working, he is NOT going to abandon it EVER. Thats what his offensive approach is and he has shown its not going to change.
When the pass game isn't working, the run game is going to flounder and he is going to stray from it. Nagy has shown this over and over and over.
He just is NOT EVER going to use the run to set up the pass. Nagy uses the run to keep the D honest and burn clock and not a whole lot more. He is gon run this O through the QB and thats just all there is to it.