"The biggest issue that we’ve got with the teams we’re playing against is that if you don’t run it once in awhile—just as a throwaway run—you cannot protect," Grobe said. "If they think you’re never going to run the football, you’re absolutely dead. And the secondaries and the linebackers we’re playing against are not going to let you dink and dunk them to death. They’ll walk right up to your moustache, get their hands on you and there’s nothing there. If you’re up front and trying to cut those guys and get their hands down—and that ball’s got to get off like that—they’re not going to let you do it. You’re going to have everybody in your face. So now you’re got to work the (routes) further down the field.