I'm sure there are guys out there that like to see their QBs out-score every other living player on the field; but when it comes down to it, your QB is going up against your opponents' QBs the same regardless of how many points passing TDs are worth. If your QB throws more TDs and gains more yards...it's the same regardless. You have to compare apples to apples.
The only area I see this affecting is for rushing QBs that the coaches will allow to run across the endzone and get hammered. While Cam did that a lot last season, it needs to be limited if they want him to stick around for a while.
But the problem we still see here anyway is that while Cam ran for about 12 TDs, he threw for a whole lot less, thus negating some of that value regardless of points for TDs.
So you might bump up a QB who will scramble a bit more, but reality is that the rankings and draft strategies stay the same.
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