Ok, I've been reading some of the threads of late and we all want to seem to lay the blame on the two long runs of CJ on the secondary. I hate to tell you but that's far from the truth. Both runs our DL put themselves out of the plays, and allowed a linemen to release down the field cause they didn't have to block their assignment, which in turn created a OL running down the field releasing not only into the second level, but eventually into the secondary. To keep it in perspective, I would have to venture the following: - you will find it very hard to find a safety that can take on an OL in the open field and still make the tackle of a very talented back behind him. - you are not going to find many safeties in the NFL draft that are going to walk down Chris Johnson from behind, he ran a true 4.25 at the combine. These are the results of the safeties that ran the 40 yard dash this year: Clemons, Chris 4.41 Bruton, David 4.46 Delmas, Louis 4.50 Spillman, C.J. 4.50 Chung, Patrick 4.51 Moore, William 4.51 Vaughn, Chip 4.51 Greene, Courtney 4.52 I broke down both runs here: http://www.texanstalk.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1256601&postcount=46 Ultimately it's a TEAM failure as the runs were failures at multiple levels, the first level, the second level, and eventually the 3rd level. Discuss, and we can stop beating up the other 5 threads about the runs and how bad our secondary sucked cause we couldn't stop it. Ok I feel better now getting that off my chest.. /puts on flame suit.