Bruener was lined up as a tight end on the left side next to Pitts on several plays yesterday. His assignment was to block the whole play, not chip and go out for the pass. On several occasions he blocked the DE himself while Pitts blocked another person or Pitts waited to give support if the end got around Bruener. In other cases Bruener and Pitts doubled teamed the end from the snap. Many times Bruener controlled the end by himself. This plan worked in pass protection, but it certainly cut down on our receiving options, which are already fairly limited. Later in the game I noticed the DE positioned himself between Pitts and Bruener, rather than to Bruener's outside. I don't think this helped much. I see Pitts is getting credited for having a pretty good game; I think he should be buying Bruener dinner this week too.