One of the main arguments against VY is that he won't be able to do in the NFL the things he did in college. Heretofore I just assumed this was correct--it's what is always said of running QBs. But tonight I started wondering--why exactly can't he run? A RB runs and takes hits and keeps playing. So who's to say that VY can't? He's bigger by a good margin than many if not most of the people who'll be hitting him, he's elusive (all you have to do is watch some of his runs in college to see that), he's fast AND quick, and he has moves to avoid the hits. All things you'd want in a running back, I imagine. So without falling back on the assumed cliches, please explain why VY won't be able to run some in the NFL. I'm not saying run 25-30 times a game, but on broken plays, pass/run option plays, some designed plays, VY could be used as a runner, could he not? I guess I'm saying he's a pretty good running back as a QB and I don't think the NFL defenses are going to shut him down as easily as some of the posters here seem to think. I don't think VY will run roughshod over the Steelers D, but I'm wondering if he couldn't do some occasional damage in a game AND take the hits he might have to take to get the yards. Set me straight on this one, will you guys?