I understand this in contrary to Kubiaks beliefs because, "using the run to set up the pass" is his battle cry. Through all of my frustration in our first 5 quarters of football this season, I have wondered (often aloud) why can't we be a pass first offence? New Orleans does it with some success. I'm not suggesting we model our game after New Orleans. I'm merely saying: 1. We have more weapons in our passing game. 2. If we can force opposing defenses away from the line, the running lanes will open for Slaton. 3. Based on our run defense so far, I'd rather see teams like the Jags being forced to play the catch-up game instead of feeding MJD down our throats all day. Obviously we looked terrible we were forced to do this in the 2nd half of the Jets game, because it was obvious we had to pass to get into the game, but while playing catch-up against Tacks, I though our passing game proved strong enough to carry the load. Am I missing something?