And do not get me wrong with the running game. Of course they use a lot of double teams but its just not to a crazy extent. A lot of them will be a chip block and the zone scheme is taking the rest. It is really interesting to watch them do this because you can tell which guys heads are on a swivel and who have no clue whats going on around them. I will probably extend it eventually to the te and rb blocking but this is the best I can do for now given the time it takes for the review itself. And I appreciate all of the positive comments for this thread and I think I may even include a pancake number with it as well to see which guys are putting their guy on the ground. Might shed a little more light on leverage and strength of our line.