I think you are going to be seeing a lot more of Alfred Morris going forward. Helu and Royster in certain situations or relief only.
ahh . . . its ShannyCo . . . if he starts to struggle or fumbles the ball Helu or Royster will get their chance . . .
Originally Posted by ISF
I thought Lichtensteiger played well given it was his first game action in 11 months. I would rather just see Licht in there as he should only improve with more playing time. The offense also was on the field a ton, so he probably was much slower late in the game. Hard to expect the line will be on the field that much again, although it would be nice to control all the games like that.
I thought Morris was outstanding, and can really see him become a true workhorse back. Certainly was kinda Rigginesque, that sounds weird, if not blasphemous. He fits the system so well, and takes a lot of pressure off Griffin. Helu is better in short spurts anyway, and Royster is more of a complimentary back. A constant pounding by Morris and Royster with a few changeups to Helu should wear most defenses down. Get to that 4th quarter, and it's all about game, field, and clock management. Morris is ideal for that role, and if he stays healthy and fumble free, he will be a stud in my opinion.