I'm hoping, hoping, hoping that you are correct here. But, with the exception of Alley, haven't our RB's had trouble holding onto the ball for the past 2-3 years? And we definitely had the dropped-pass syndrome in full effect last year. I don't know what a coach can do to cure that, unfortunately. The guys know they're not supposed to drop or fumble the ball. I know that the trend now with WRs is to catch the ball with their body, rather than their hands. And I think that is a big reason you see so many dropped balls these days. Maybe the coaches could make them work on that. But if they still drop balls in the game, what else can they do?