Originally Posted by PhantomJB93
"By committing to a primary runner as opposed to a runner by committee has also played a big role in that," Starks told The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette this week. "Having a guy know he can run -- and if it doesn't go well, they're going to shelve him and put a guy in for couple plays. Knowing you're committed to him and allowing him to get a feel for the game, to get into a rhythm with us, I think that's the biggest thing, having that continuity."
IDK if that was the quote you were looking for...
I don't know either... I was half awake...
Thanks, though... it touches upon what I was saying.