Evolution of the Bills' O-line in The Stadium Wall Posted April 22 · Edited April 22 by Inigo Montoya 14 minutes ago, BADOLBILZ said: I've defended the running backs plenty but to me it started out as almost entirely a blocking problem.......but the blocking got so inefficient and the RB's got so used to getting stoned at the LOS by an unblocked defender(s) that they eventually started anticipating being met at the LOS and stopped hitting the hole as hard.........compounding the issue. You really can't be tentative running outside zone. We got a glimpse of it in the Miami game where Moss was tentative hitting the hole and left some yards on the table early in the game.........and then enter Antonio Williams hitting the hole hard like it's drawn up and some big plays followed. Obviously the Dolphins had one foot out the door during that game but I think we still saw an example of how the impact of months of poor run blocking took it's toll on the individual effort of the RB's. They gotta' clean that up. I am sure they think adding the athletic Forrest Lamp at guard is a very good fit. Obviously Breida is a proven 1-cut runner coming off a down year who projects nicely into the Bills system as well. I agree BADOLBILZ, I thought Antonio Williams really provided a spark and was running angry, something that we hadn't seen out of the backfield all season. I was hoping he'd get some playing time in the playoffs but I don't remember him carrying the ball at all after the Miami game.