Nakoma1, by that did you mean; "...if they would stop trying to run up the gut"? I like M. Bush, but he wasn't exactly pounding it up the middle either. I think if the line starts getting the needed push Forte can make the play. Not tipping the hat with personnel is a good thing. I rather Bush be needed only as a breather, if possible. If you were talking about the second half last week with Pitt. Yeah, I hear ya. My father, who is not a Bears fan commented on exactly that: "Why are are they running it there? I've seen the same play four times, for nothing." I understood his comment. I'm sure there was a reason, perhaps LeBeau cracked the code for the week. Might have been the adjustment the Steelers D baited the O into. Without having broken it down, off the top of my head, the plays on offense seemed balanced. We were not protecting the lead at that time as I remember it, and the short yardage on the goal line was just as ineffective. So I'm at a loss. Trestman doesn't seem like a coach that would miss on the significance of something like that. I remember watching some good runs up the middle the first couple weeks... Not worried about it right now Nak, but it is something to note.