Football, explain to me the strategy in this.
1. wrong offensive line is there to create push against defensive line and linebackers on run plays, and defend the quarterback from pass rushers. The former requires raw strength, the latter requires a lot more agility than can be expected from the average person. Furthermore, wonderlic tests and college graduation rates indicate that offensive linemen are actually the most intelligent, or academically successful players in the NFL. Also screen plays may require OL to let the DL go past them.
2. only if the WR is a short, non-ball carrying player. there are three main schools of through.
1-As you suggest pure speed and heavily relying on the QB to make the throw a completion
2-tall WR with excellent jumping/ball catching ability, speed a bonus attribute in this case
3-WR is game planned to make cathes in open space and play like a RB after the catch.
3. Way wrong. First off passing plays call for QB's to make 3, 5 or 7 step drops, or go for play action rollouts.
QBs are also required to hand a ball off to much stronger RB and FB or WR who've had 8 yards to sprint, while at the same time not injuring the hand they throw with.
QB's can only expect at most 5 seconds to release the pass before a defender will reach them, any second after is actually the QB's fault for a sack. THe ability to read a defense is required. Don't talk about games you've obviously never played. ignoramus.