I love reading the people complaining about Faulk on here and on Twitter. Just an FYI, he only carried the ball six times today with a 5.3avg. I could understand the argument if he ran it 13 or 14 times with a 1.8 yards per carry average, but they were playing from behind for most of the game against a defense that was really tough to do much against today. Nobody was running the ball. Some of you have probably seen the stats database I created on here, which requires me entering in each play in order to be able to break it down by quarter, down, etc. Prior to today, they usually run 60-70 offensive snaps (excluding penalties), and ran only around 50, nearly twenty less than they normally run. Pittsburgh simply did a great job keeping Brady off the field, and it was that coupled with the fact they kept finding themselves in long situations that made it tough to get anything going today. Not to mention the fact they didn't go to the no-huddle to prevent Pittsburgh from being able to substitute, which did work out for them on their one touchdown drive. Needless to say it was the other issues that cost this team a shot at a win today - not Faulk being out there. I know we have a tendency to build guys up and then tear them down, but it wouldn't be a bad idea to lay off him. Plus according to most reports Ridley's still battling a hamstring issue and Green-Ellis' toe is still bothering him. So with both of those guys still ailing, it's nice to have someone to give them some depth and experience. I know everyone's irritated, but honestly...#33 is the least of their problems right now.