Since I have no life, I decided to look up every one of Lendale's rushing attempts inside the 10-yard line in 2008. Here's a breakdown of these rushing attempts, and how productive they were: Opponent / carries / TD JAX - 1 / 1 @CIN - 1 / 1 HOU - 4 / 2 MIN - 3 / 1 @BAL - 0 / 0 @KC - 3 / 2 IND - 5 / 2 GB - 0 / 0 @CHI - 3 / 1 @JAX - 0 / 0 NYJ - 0 / 0 @DET - 2 / 2 CLE - 4 / 1 @HOU - 0 / 0 PIT - 2 / 1 @IND - 0 / 0 Total: 28 carries....14 TD's. That's ridiculously good. It's also worth mentioning that of all the drives where LW had a rushing attempt inside the ten-yard line, only once did a drive fail to produce a TD. ONCE! (That drive was in the Browns game.) In every game where he had one or more goal line carries, he had one or more TD's. No exceptions. In fact, at no point in the season did he have more than four "inside the ten" carries without scoring a TD. As I said before: the coaches tried to get cute at the Colts' goal line, and it backfired on them. Twice. Screw finesse.....screw strategy and gameplanning. When you've got a back who scores on literally half his carries inside the 10...you let him do what he does. You don't think about it....you just start pounding it until he's standing in the endzone. Three, maybe four plays, tops.