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Let's hope they are too fast and too furious.
"I think the reality is -- and same thing with (both of them)-- to sit there and put it on one guy. A lot of these, it's OK, that's the free guy. Schematically, we put the extra guy down. Boom, they wind it back, you've got the free guy.
"To put it on (Richardson), you're fooling yourself. Because more times than not, he's going to make one guy miss in space. I don't care how good a tackler you are."
"Even a good tackler, a really good back - you all have heard me say this - that a good back makes an offensive line. I've always felt that way. It's that age-old debate."
"But when you have good backs, they make guys miss. Then what happens is, it generates yards and it generates juice. The O-line gets more confident. They play faster and more physical. It's critical that the other guys get off the blocks, that you minimize the space to make guys miss and then you gang tackle."
"And if you don't do that, you're just asking for a big play."
(Stopping them) starts with beating blocks and running to the football and then doing a great job of wrapping up the runners. I'm sure there's things on the other end where the other team feels like they didn't do as well too. It's always who knows? Who knows? I know this: We haven't stopped the run very well or the pass. That's something we're going to have our work cut out for us, as we do every week."