All these messages seem over focused on the passing game. Isn't there something called a delayed draw and something else called the Quarterback sneak that are available to defeat a heavy pass rush? While a QB sneak is usually thought of as a very short range plunge, can't it also be used to make slightly longer (3 or so yards) runs and disrupt a rush where the defense is looking to exploit gaps as opposed to man to man assignments? Aren't these techniques known to our new coaching staff? It seems to me a broader view of the game and long established methods used to run the ball are being COMPLETLY IGNORED. I'm not espousing the flying wedge, although my maternal grandfather ran it as a halfback for Vanderbilt in the late 1890's, back when men were men and cry-babies wore lace. For those unfamiliar with the flying wedge, the halfback wore a board with handles attached to his back. The players in the offensive backfield would grab him by those handles and throw him over the offensive and hopefully the defensive line while the offence proceeded down the field in a wedge shaped phalange.