It occured to me today that listening to Gil and Gino on the radio gives one a different perspective on the game than watching network announcers babble and banter about the cliched story lines and 'keys to the game' ( with the exception of Simms and a few others). For instance, one thing that stood out to me today was not hearing Grahams name mentioned on any of the running plays. I'm used to hearing the phrase "gets a key block from Graham" at least once every few series or so. Not once did I hear about Dillon or Maroney getting a block from anyone today. Not a one. How important is Graham to the passing game AND the running game? Does the O line depend on him for help against good pash rushers? Do the running backs depend on him to open holes and take LB's and safeties out of the play? How much did not having him in the game today hurt the offense? Discuss.