In another topic I noticed that people were complaining about the lack of 12 personnel. I can understand why there is confusion. I re-re-watched the game. And the most critical point of emphasis that I was paying attention to was Escobar and Hanna. Not once did I see either player run a single passing route. They were in the game plenty of times, but they were exclusively in the game to run block or pass block. And I can unequivocally say right now, that we did not bring these guys in for the blocking abilities. So there is only one sensible conclusion: We aren't showing that element of our offense. We use Hanna and Escobar exactly like the Patriots used Hernandez. Split off the line, or in the F back position, as opposed to the traditional inline tight end. We use Witten like the Patriots use Gronkowski. The only thing that been missing is that these guys are running any routes. Not only do I expect them to be much more involved in the passing game, but I expect us to run a lot more no huddle. One of the most important aspects of running the 12 formation is forcing a mismatch. Running the no huddle prevents the defense from substituting players. I think we'll see a lot of this against New York, and I can't help but think that Hanna and Escobar are going to excel. I really think this offense is going to roll. Especially if Leary is good to go for week 1.