No, you're not missing anything. The cylinders in his mental engine are misfiring, and it's lost on no one but him.
Tazewell's "air raid" offense of 2021 was that way out of necessity. You have a generationally talented kid at QB, and a kid who committed to a perennial Top 25 FCS program at WR. The other skill position players consisted of tall players who know how to use their bodies in space. The OL was very raw and green, and replacing every single starter from the year before. Logic seems to dictate that you throw the ball until your QB's arm falls off. If Tazewell tried to line up and run the ball 40 times per game, they'd have gone 1-9. Coach Harris getting the Fall 2021 Bulldogs to a .500 regular season was his best coaching job by a mile, even better than 2019 (going 7-4 with the sidelines looking like a M*A*S*H* ward). Sure, Harris had 103 receptions. J. Mullins had 50. E. Mills had 50 (and tied Harris with 11 TDs). McDonald had 30 (with 5 TDs of his own). It wasn't as if Harris had 80% of the catches. He didn't even have 40%.
Tazewell's offense of 2022 is less prolific, but considerably more balanced. Injuries have played a sizable role in that: Creasy being out for a couple of weeks led to Harris playing out of position to give his team the best chance to win. What is lost on the dumber folks among us is that Harris willingly threw away an assault on a VHSL career record to try and give his team the best chance to win. That blows the whole "feeding him" argument to smithereens. Personnel also allows more balance. The line play from the 2022 team is markedly improved, so Creasy doesn't have to throw the ball 35+ times per game. The 2022 offense will more likely than not double the rushing output of 2021. Heck, there was even a screen pass last week (that worked pretty darned well).