We saw that after his injury last year Maroney really struggled to dust off the rust from not playing and it was in the hands of Corey to do the ground work and keep the team winning and away from being too 1 dimentional. While this offense is awesome right now in the mild weather and looking air coryell-like, I wonder if Morris is out for a longer period and if Maroney is once again slow to progress after his injury can we continue to be as dominant once the harsh weather starts to arrive? Remember there will be very few nice and comfortable games all winter as the Pats will stay in the eastern part of the US where it will probably be cold and snowy so I just wonder if this offense remains 1 dimentional will there be trouble down the road where we will HAVE to have those grind em out games to keep the opposing D honest? - The running game really becomes an even more important issue right after Thanksgiving,I hope we have a productive RB situation by then and Morris and Maroney plays as they are expected to do in this offense and that is just to be a threat to the increased blitz schemes team will continue to throw at the Pats. The running game in the winter months is definately a worry IMO Besides I don't want to see Brady throwing 40+ passes every game,It puts him in danger every time he steps back especially with Blitzing teams good at it like Pitt,Baltimore and the Giants ect:,I would love the ground game to be a big insurance policy in december and beyond - I hope we have it because I don't think we will be putting up high 30s and lower 40s scores once the weather sours,We will have close games where the running game becomes crucial.