I'm referring to the 2 running plays in the red zone with about 6+ minutes left in the second quarter on Sunday... When I first watched the game, I was a little puzzled and I'm sure many were feeling the same way. But I sat down and watched the first half again yesterday, I realized both were good calls: It once again illuminates how they are using Moss and the fact that the Browns were dedicating 2 defenders to him at all times. It certainly creates an advantage, and ultimately, both plays came down to poor execution. Specifically, on that 3rd and goal, Hochstein - who played well otherwise - missed a block. And if he hadn't, (much to my surprise and my feelings on the initial watch on Sunday) it was clear that Morris would have simply walked in for a TD.