Just wondering what people's thoughts are about our Goal Line RB options this season. Although some feel that Dillon was washed up last year he still had a 4.1 ypc average and 13 regular season TDs (15 total). Last I checked that was nothing to sneeze at. Sammy Morris was brought in for depth but he's more like Faulk than Dillon and reportedly is a little slow to pick up the system. Maroney too is not the hard hitting RB to push through a goal line D (at least his shoulders are telling him he's not) So who do we see as the Dillon-esque goal line RB specialist? Is Heath Evans ready to improve upon his 27 rushing attempts and 1 TD last year? Or do we see Mills as a FB taking a carry on the goal line - improving on his stats from last year (which would be impossible not to do). Or, are we on the lookout for a veteran among camp cuts now that Dillon has called it quits, assuming he's not playing coy with yesterday's Globe article where he "left the door open ever so slightly" to returning to the Pats knowing we have a need for a Dillonesque RB, but generally said he's done with football (I'd bet if the price was right he'd get his passion back, but that's just me). And if we need veteran depth, is there anyone you'd target as a possible cut that could serve in that goal line role for us?