In a conference call with Field Yates, McDaniels tried to explain what exactly it was that they were shooting for.
We mixed the running game in there... and then used a lot of short passes to kind of go hand-in-hand with that, to try to overall control the clock and really try to effectively move the ball against the scheme that they have...I understand what he was trying to do, but I feel as though they didn't stick to it after the second half. Coming off back to back games where you had 2 running backs in Ridley and Bolden exceeded 100 yards on the ground and you have the Kevin Falk-es Danny Woodhead as your third-down back, you have to have a bit of faith in your ground game. I'm sure things probably changed after Bolden went out with his apparent knee injury but you then can implement Vereen who hasn't gotten his fair share of touches in my mind.
So what does all of this mean going into this Sunday's game against the Jets?