Would I be Capt. Obvious if I said I could see NE utilizing it's stable of RB's to try and keep a still gelling D off the field? I know that "establishing a running game and controlling the clock and pace of the game" is kinda cliche, but could this be the week that they REALLY try and get the ground game going? This could be the day that keeping an additional RB pays off. Thoughts? Oh, after said ground game is rolling, burn Rhodes on play-action deep.