Disclaimer: I understand we don't need to the rushing attack to win, and understand that our rushing attack is underrated and underestimated. However, I'm just curious as to why that [the stretch run play] isn't part of our game plan, I'm sure there's a reason, but it does seem it would make sense on a few levels to implement the stretch play that, for instance, you see the Colts do so well. First, I think if there is a weakness to our OL, or at the very least, something that isn't a strength, it's creating big holes up front in the running game. With Dillon (in his prime) or Morris, maybe it was less of a big deal, they find a small hole and hit it for what it's worth. But that hasn't been Maroney's style - and this isn't meant to get into a big already played-out argument - and so that's not going to be as effective. And on the flip side, what is a huge strength of the OL is it's mobility & it's quickness, it seems to me that the stretch play would really take advantage of that. Furthermore, it would take advantage of Maroney's strengths, who seemingly prefers to work with a little more room. So what's the reason? It just seems like pretty much every run is between the tackles right now, and going up against vaunted run defenses as we have been, that's not going to do much.