Is our "zone blocking" scheme the reason we are so up and down with the running game? I realize it's the latest in thing in the NFL but is it worth it? How many teams use it? Being an armchair QB like the rest of you knuckeheads, I wish the networks would sometimes show the whole field so we could see how the DB's are set and watch the WR routes as they run them. If the Jets had this super fine defense set up to takeaway the longer passes, then I'd sure like to see it. Both defenses had the run shut down so I guess the difference in the game was their ability to throw downfield????? You Carr bashers might was well get a grip. I don't see Carr going anywhere for awhile. Is he a great QB? He's a serviceable QB. If not Carr, then who? Plummer? Won't happen. Look at some of the other QB's around the league. Eli? He can't carry Peyton's helmet. Carr is ten times more accurate than he is. The point is, we won't draft one and if he's ever replaced it will be by some nobody that rises from the bench. (see Tony Romo) On the running game. Seems like we do better running outside then between the tackles (see zone blocking). Has anyone else noticed this? Great to see the defense getting better. Mario had a great game and Ryans was just a monster. Watching the game I started to wonder if he was going to let anyone else get a tackle.