Is being able to score on the ground in the red zone the secret sauce or is it the red zone defense? There just isn't gonna be a major shift in philosophy when it comes to the running game. The last year the Raiders went to the SB(2002 AFC champions) Bill Callahan was the head coach and Marc Trestman was the OC the Raiders threw the ball over 600 times and ran it 414 times.(Garrett has ran the ball in the 400 att. range every year except last year) Not very balanced right? Calahan MIGHT run the ball more but if it's like he did in Oakland in 2000 it will be Tony Romo pickin up the slack just like Rich Gannon did running for 89 times and over 500 yards. Thats the 3rd option, Is Romo running more going to be the "Secret Sauce" ?