Its a five yard penalty. so technically you could argue that 1st and 15 is better than 2nd and 14. But in reality, imagine tossing the ball to Scarlett on a sweep and he notices that the defense is blowing up the play and its gonna be a sure loss of yards. Would you expect him to just instantly play QB and throw an illegal forward pass to avoid the loss? Of course not. Toney's wildcat play was a run, not a pass or RPO. Just my opinion but expecting him to throw the ball away there is a big stretch.