Oh my ****ing god. That's not a bad call. Most OCs call that play in that situation. You take what the defense gives you, especially when your OL can't block for ****. What do you guys want, a five receiver set and a QB on IR, or a two man route that is easily contained with 6 or 7 under? You take the draw and if it doesn't work, try to play defense with 4 minutes. This isn't madden where 3rd and 20 you can run your whole playbook; there isn't much in reality that you can run in that down and distance. ****ing Ravens won by throwing a screen on 4th and 27. Colts won with Luck throwing a 3 yard dumpoff. When a defense calls a play to specifically keep you from getting 20+ yards or whatever it is you need, your chances of executing the play where you try to get it all is AT BEST equally as low as throwing a screen or running a draw. Now take your coaches cap off, wipe your tears, and go to bed.
"...Consistency is the hobgoblin of small minds." R.W. Emerson
I'm not singing for the future
I'm not dreaming of the past
I'm not talking of the first time
I never think about the last ~The Pogues
29 rushes against the 2nd worst pass defense in the NFL... That's brilliant.