Way to not give credit to an awesome performance.... So false it's actually funny. The OL is STILL bad. They only had excellent running blocking and decent pass blocking in Pistol formations, where the defense was indecisive due to the read option. In the plays where they went spread or Griffin was under center, Morris' YPC was well below 4.0 and Griffin almost never had a clean pocket. The RT Tyler Polumbus is not a NFL starter, he actually shouldn't even playing in the league. Even in the Pistol he was consistently giving up pressure and often not even getting a hand on the pass rusher. The only thing that OL did better than the previous two seasons was stay healthy. Although I agree he finally attained a tailback that had the patience and vision he requires for Mike Shanahan's running game, he only had Garcon for half the season....and a couple of those games he wasn't much more than a decoy due to his health. Wow, if Shanahan is that great I wonder why McNabb, Grossman, and Beck didn't work out. Example, please. The only games I noticed him inaccurate in were after his injury against the Ravens. And bad accuracy isn't something you just happen to notice as teams see more film on your offense. An inaccurate pass is an inaccurate pass, period. If he was an inaccurate passer, which he isn't, this would've been noticed back in September or October. Anyone who gives more credit to Morris in this offense has very little clue how the offense works, and obviously only watched the games Dallas played against them. Morris' low ypc outside of Pistol formations is a testament on how much he benefited from Griffin's presence. He's a back with great vision and patience, but only average agility and no breakaway speed. Great kid with a good head on his shoulders, so he'll stick around...but Shanahan's system has made careers for more average tailbacks then the other way around. Griffin simply outplayed his competition, no other way around it. Although if Wilson would've won it I would not complain, Luck didn't deserve it though.