So I see we're zone blocking for runs and it looks like Maroney's going to thrive in that system. He definitely doesn't seem to be a hit the seam and explode type and even though they were awkward last night, I could see him getting into the secondary very easily once they get their rhythm down. All I know is it looked like the Broncos out there as I've stared at that damn thing from the other side so many times wondering why we can't blow it up. So, can anyone explain, in layman's terms, what is going on out there and why it is so confounding for the defense? I'm really much more verbal than technical, hence the thread title. Is the RB choosing a direct seam or wait for an angle cut? Or is the hesitation, side step the first option? Is there pulling on every play, or how does that layering effect develop? What's the weakness? Can defenses blow it up from the back side (you only have so many OLinemen). How about 4th and inches, would we use a normal blocking scheme instead? These are just questions from the top of my head. If they're stupid, take into account I already admitted that.