I had advanced the proposition that there seemed to be a lot of negative plays in our running game wher the Rb was tackled for a big loss in the backfield, due to run blitzing penetrators. The solution is as old as football. The return of the lead FB. I questioned whether we had even one suitable blocking FB on the roster in the form of Heath Evans who is up to 250# or so now. The Patriots braintrust noticed the same thing apparently. They tried a few plays with a lead FB against the Jags. I saw the formation on a total three plays. On a couple of 3rd and shorts, Dillon gained 7 and went for 6 with Evans lead blocking for him. In both cases he was beyond the FD marker before his first cut or contact, based on fine lead blocks. Oh, and LM went for 27 and a TD with a lead FB block by Evans, too. Three times that I saw them use it, three times that they succeeded. Maybe Evans HAS BEEN converted from a big RB, to a FB who can actually run some too. Another new tool in the arsenal was revealed. I suspect they will use it more. And the 3 or 4 plays a game for a dozen yards of rushing losses will decline and disapear,ending the inconsistentcy of the rushing game.