It's really about how does your hand play postflop not if we're ahead pre.
Say you call with AQ, flop is A high, UTG opener cbets, and you call. Turn is a blank, he bets again, you call? River should help no one and he shoves for a little less than pot. Are you calling? TP2K wins here occasionally but probably not often enough to make calling correct (again talking tight opening passive players).
Now again we call preflop, flop is A high, and opener cbets, we call. Turn is blank. He checks we bet, he folds.
So it's a spot where our reverse implied odds
are high and we should default to only calling with a stronger range than the person opening.