There's a reason why Eric Alexander got the start in the 2006 AFCC. There's a related reason the Colts came back from 3 touchdowns behind and denied the Patriots a great shot at a fourth Lombardi, and it had everything to do with Dallas Clark getting something like 10 passes for 170 yards in the second half. That's the extreme, yet real, example. When you get a team like the Colts running no-huddle, if you don't have a linebacker who can stay with the better flex TEs in the game, you're toast. Otherwise you'd have to play the entire game in the nickel and cover him with a safety or nickelback. Roman Phifer did this for us during the SB years. We've been missing his replacement since then.